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245 00 Understanding the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the United States :
       |bthe role of syndemics in the production of health 
       disparities /|cedited by Eric R. Wright, Neal Carnes 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
300    1 online resource (x, 302 pages) :|billustrations, maps, 
       digital ;|c25 cm 
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490 1  Social disparities in health and health care,|x2468-6778 
505 0  Chapter 1. Understanding the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in the 
       United States: The Role of Syndemics in Shaping the 
       Public's Health; Eric R. Wright, Neal Carnes, and Matthew 
       Colon-Diaz -- Chapter 2. An Historical Overview of the 
       Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS in the United States; Jamal Jones
       and Laura Salazar -- Chapter 3. Gay Men and Men Who Have 
       Sex with Men: Intersectionality and Syndemics; Neal Carnes
       -- Chapter 4. The Role of Syndemic in Explaining Health 
       Disparities among Bisexual Men: A Blueprint for a 
       Theoretically Informed Perspective; Mackey Friedman and 
       Brian Dodge -- Chapter 5. It's Not Just about Condoms and 
       Sex: Using Syndemic Theory to Examine Social Risks of HIV 
       among Transgender Women; Dana Hines and Maura Ryan -- 
       Chapter 6. The Social, Structural, and Clinical Context of
       HIV Prevention and Care for Black/African American and 
       Hispanic Women/Latinas in the United States; Tiffiany 
       Aholou, Ashley Murray, and Madeline Sutton -- Chapter 7. 
       Sex Workers; Paul Draus and Juliette Roddy -- Chapter 8. A
       Syndemic Approach to Understanding HIV/AIDS among People 
       Who Inject Drugs in the U.S.; Enrique Pouget and Alex 
       Bennett -- Chapter 9. Understanding the Syndemic 
       Connections between HIV and Incarceration among African 
       American Men, especially African American Men Who Have Sex
       with Men; Erin McCarthy, Janet Myers, Keith Reeves, and 
       Barry Zach -- Chapter 10. People with Serious Mental 
       Illness; Karen McKinnon, Katherine Elkington, Francine 
       Cournos, Veronica Pinho, Mark Guimaraes, and Milton 
       Wainberg -- Chapter 11. HIV Housing Helps End Homelessness
       and HIV/AIDS in the United States; Julie Hilvers, 
       Christine George, and Arturo Bendixen -- Chapter 12. The 
       Potential and Limitations of Syndemic Theory in HIV/AIDS; 
       Neal Carnes and Eric R. Wright 
520    This book examines the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the United 
       States using the concept of syndemics to contextualize the
       risk of both well-known, and a few lesser-known, 
       subpopulations that experience disproportionately high 
       rates of HIV and/or AIDS within the United States. Since 
       discovery, HIV/AIDS has exposed a number of social, 
       psychological, and biological aspects of disease 
       transmission. The concept of "syndemics," or 
       "synergistically interacting epidemics" has emerged as a 
       powerful framework for understanding both the 
       epidemiological patterns and the myriad of problems 
       associated with HIV/AIDS around the world and within the 
       United States. The book considers the disparities in HIV/
       AIDS in relation to social aspects, risk behavior and 
       critical illness comorbidities. It updates and enhances 
       our understanding of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the United 
       States and contributes to the expanding literature on the 
       role of syndemics in shaping the public's health 
650  0 AIDS (Disease)|zUnited States|xEpidemiology 
650  0 Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome|xEpidemiology 
650 14 Social Sciences 
650 24 Sociology, general 
650 24 Infectious Diseases 
650 24 Quality of Life Research 
700 1  Wright, Eric R.,|eeditor 
700 1  Carnes, Neal,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
773 0  |tSpringer eBooks 
830  0 Social disparities in health and health care 
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