Return migration in the context of parental assistance in the AIDS epidemic: the Thai experience.

@article{Knodel2003ReturnMI,
  title={Return migration in the context of parental assistance in the AIDS epidemic: the Thai experience.},
  author={John E. Knodel and Mark Vanlandingham},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={57 2},
  pages={327-42}
}
Most persons with AIDS (PWAs) eventually require demanding caregiving. This can prompt changes in living arrangements during the course of the illness. Few studies have attempted to examine the potential links between AIDS and migration from this perspective. The present study uses both direct and indirect approaches to examine the extent of return migration of adults with AIDS in Thailand and explores how this is linked to residence with and care by older aged parents. Methodological… CONTINUE READING

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