Andrew C Blalock

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The need to address the role of employment in the psychosocial adjustment of persons with HIV/ AIDS has been consistently recognized in the clinical care and research literature. In this study, 200 volunteer HIV/AIDS patients completed questionnaires assessing medical and vocational histories, quality of life, and psychological functioning. Employed and(More)
This chapter describes two of the most frequent psychiatric conditions occurring in people with HIV and AIDS, namely, anxiety disorders and depression, and describes the commonly occurring features, clinical correlates, and treatment considerations for these disorders.
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