Further reading

back to issue

 

BOOKS

Adler, Michael W. ABC of AIDS. BMJ Books, 2001.

AIDS – images of the epidemic. Geneva: World Health Organization, 1994.

Basu, Alaka, D.B. Gupta and G. Krishna. The household impact of adult morbidity and mortality: some implications of the potential epidemic of AIDS in India. In David E. Bloom and Peter Godwin (ed), The economics of HIV and AIDS. Oxford University Press, 1997.

Beyrer, Chris. War in the blood: sex, politics and AIDS in southeast Asia. London: Zed Books, 1998.

Bloom, David E. and Sherry Glied. Who is bearing the cost of the AIDS epidemic in Asia? In David E. Bloom and J.V. Lyons (ed), Economic implications of AIDS in Asia. India: UNDP, 1993.

Bloom, David E., Peter Godwin and Godwin Bloom. The economics of HIV and AIDS: the case of South and South East Asia. Oxford University Press, 1997.

Bloom, David E., River Path Associates and Jaypee Seviall. Health, wealth, AIDS and poverty (mimeo). Harvard School of Public Health, January 2002.

Confronting AIDS: public priorities in a global epidemic (revised edition). World Bank-Oxford University Press, 1999.

Darrell, Ward E. and Mathilde Krim. The Amfar AIDS handbook: the complete guide to understanding HIV and AIDS. W.W. Norton and Company, 1998.

Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS: UN General Assembly Special Session on HIV/AIDS. New York: United Nations, 2001.

Emma, Guest. Children of AIDS: Africa’s orphan crisis. Pluto Press, 2001.

Foreman, Martin. Patents, pills and public health: can TRIPS deliver? London: The Panos Institute, 2002.

Gerald, Stine J. Aids update 2002. Prentice Hall, 2001.

Gibney, Laura, Ralph J. DiClemente and Sten H. Vermund (ed). Preventing HIV in developing countries: biomedical and behavioural approaches. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999.

Gupta, Indrani. Planning for the socio-economic impact of the epidemic: the costs of being ill. In Peter Godwin (ed), The looming epidemic: the impact of HIV and AIDS in India. Delhi: Mosaic Books, 1998.

Healthy mind, healthy body – new thoughts on health. Chennai: Sri Ramkrishna Math, 1997.

Horizons Program. Integrating HIV prevention and care into maternal and child health care settings: lessons learned from Horizons studies. Washington, D.C.: Population Council, 2002.

Jana, S. A comprehensive STD/HIV intervention programme in India. In, Effective approach for the prevention of HIV/AIDS in women. Report of a meeting. Geneva: WHO, 1995.

Kakar, D.N. and S.N. Kakar. Combatting AIDS in the 21st century: issues and challenges. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 2001.

Kakar, D.N. and S.N. Kakar. Sociomedical and environmental aspects of AIDS: a crosscultural perspective. In D.N. Kakar (ed), AIDS: sociomedical and environmental aspects. The Environment Society of Haryana, 1993.

Kanjilal, Barun. Economic implications of HIV/AIDS epidemic on trucking industry (mimeo). Jaipur: Indian Institute of Health Management Research, 1995.

Mann, J.M., D.J.M. Tarantola and T.W. Netter (ed). AIDS in the world. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1994.

National AIDS Control Organization, ministry of health and family welfare. National AIDS control programme, India: country scenario and update. New Delhi: Government of India, 1993.

Pachauri, S. Women’s reproductive health research needs and priorities for developing countries. In J. Gittlesohn, et al. (ed), Listening to women talk about their health issues and evidence from India. Delhi: Har Anand Publications, Ford Foundation, 1994.

Panda, Samiran, Anindya Chatterjee and Abu S. Abdul-Quader (eds). Living with AIDS virus: the epidemic and the response in India. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2002.

Patricia, Thomas. Big shot: passion, politics, and the struggle for an AIDS vaccine. ‘Public Affairs’: 2001.

Randy, Shilts. And the band played on: politics, people and the AIDS epidemic. Bt Bound, 2001.

Singhal, Arvind and Everett M. Rogers. Combating AIDS: communication strategies in action. Delhi: Sage Publications, 2003.

UNAIDS guidance document. Ethical considerations in HIV preventive vaccine research. Geneva: UNAIDS, 2000.

UNAIDS Mother-to-child transmission of HIV: technical update, 2000 (available online at www.unaids. org/publications/documents/mtct/MTCT_ TU4.doc.).

World Bank. Confronting AIDS: public priorities in a global epidemic. Oxford University Press (revised edition), 2000.

 

ARTICLES

AIDS. A symposium on the transmission, prevention and management of the pandemic. ‘Seminar’ 396: August 1992: 11-58.

Anand, K., C.S. Pandav and L.M. Nath. Impact of HIV/AIDS on the national economy of India. ‘Health Policy’ 47: 1999: 195-205.

Caron, Mary. Politics of life and death: global responses to HIV/AIDS. ‘Worldwatch’ 12(3): May/June 1999: 30-38.

Coates, J. Thomas, et al. HIV prevention in developed countries. ‘Lancet’ 348: 1996: 1143-1148.

Esparza, J. and N. Bhamarapravti. Accelerating the development and future availability of HIV-1 vaccines: why, when, where, and how? ‘Lancet’ 355: 10 June 2000, 2061-2066.

Fienderg, M.B. Changing the natural history of HIV disease. ‘Lancet’ 348: 1996: 239-246.

Gibb, D.M. and B.H. Tess. Interventions to reduce mother-to-child transmission of HIV infection: new developments and current controversies. ‘AIDS’ 13 (suppl A): 1999: S93-S102.

Grmek, M.S. Some unorthodox views and a selection hypothesis on the origin of the AIDS viruses. ‘Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences’ 50: 1995: 253-273.

Jenkins, Carol, D. Robalino and Karim El Maroufi. The risks and macroeconomic impact of HIV/AIDS in the Middle East and north Africa: why waiting to intervene can be costly. World Bank Working Paper no. 2874, July 2002.

Kerrigan, D. Peer education and HIV/AIDS: concepts, uses and challenges. Washington, D.C.: Horizons/Population Council: 1999 (available online at www.rho.org/peer_ed_status.pdf).

Mertens, T.E. and L.D. Beer. HIV and AIDS: where is the epidemic going? ‘Bulletin of the World Health Organization’ 74(2): 1996: 121-129.

Moss, A.R. Epidemiology of AIDS in developed countries. In AIDS and HIV infection – the wider perspective. ‘British Medical Bulletin’ 44(1): January 1998.

Pandav, C.S., K. Anand, B.R. Shamanna, S. Chowdhury and L.M. Nath. Economic consequences of HIV/AIDS in India. ‘The National Medical Journal of India’ 10(1): 1997.

Piot, Peter. Learning from success: global priorities for HIV prevention. ‘Sexually Transmitted Diseases’ 26(5): May 1999: 244+.

Rao Gupta, G. Gender, sexuality and HIV/AIDS: the what, the why and the how. Plenary Address, XIII International AIDS Conference, Durban, South Africa, 2000.

USAID. How does HIV/AIDS affect African businesses? Paper prepared by POLICY project, 2002.

Valente, T. and U. Bharath. An evaluation of the use of drama to communicate HIV/AIDS information. ‘AIDS Education and Prevention’ 11(3): 1999: 203-211.

What if we had an AIDS vaccine? ‘Lancet’ 356: 2000: 85.

top