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OBJECTIVE This study assessed HIV risk behaviors and their association with psychiatric disorders among women prisoners. METHODS HIV risk behaviors practiced in the five years before incarceration were ascertained with the Risk Behavior Assessment interview for 177 inmates at the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women. The Structured Clinical(More)
The study sought to determine the effectiveness of a model program of psychiatric care for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected patients. This was a cohort study of 126 HIV-positive outpatients referred for psychiatric evaluation and treatment (average follow up of 14 months) in a HIV-dedicated primary-care outpatient clinic in the inner city. A(More)
  • W. R. Hunt
  • The Psychiatric clinics of North America
  • 1990
In the same practice setting a psychoanalyst does not practice psychiatry much differently than his colleague without analytic training. The impact of the economic environment can determine practice behavior more than differences in background. Subtle and not-so-subtle pressures, particularly from third-party payers, create a push to remove a symptom or(More)
  • W. R. Hunt
  • The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
  • 1942
of the scientist in the service of the state" we gain but a scant impression of the qualities of the Park we knew, for however true such an epigrammatic statement may be it fails to reveal the genial humanitarian spirit which was the essence of the man. Fortunately, Wade Oliver has made this facet of Park's life a dominant note throughout the pages of the(More)
  • W. R. Hunt
  • The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
  • 1942
been rearranged in a more natural sequence without losing scientific value. New material has been added throughout. A new chapter on human background has been added. Endocrinal coordination, which has been previously discussed with nervous coordination, now is assigned a separate chapter. The chapters on plants have been greatly improved. I am sure that the(More)
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