HIV/AIDS education and counselling: experiences from Ghana
The emergence of HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa presents a challenge not only to public health paradigms but also models for public health education. Although the nature and spread of the disease have common features with a number of known diseases, the initial reactions to the disease have contributed to produce what Jeanneney (1987) refers to as 'a collective emotional hysteria' characteristic of the debate on syphilis in the early part of the twentieth century. Fear and ignorance associated...[Show more]
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