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Client-Centered Quality: Clients’ Perspectives and Barriers to Receiving Care

To provide high-quality care, providers must understand and respect their clients' needs, attitudes, and concerns. These client perceptions are in turn affected by personal, social, and cultural factors.

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Project: Demography and Economics of Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease

The Demography of Dementia and Dementia Caregiving

Dementia is one of the nation’s most expensive old-age health conditions and the most time consuming for family caregivers.

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Providers and Quality of Care

(2002) Providers of reproductive health information and services are critical parts of the complex equation that determines quality of care. They are responsible for giving clients the information to make an informed decision about contraceptive use and for ensuring that clients receive needed and competent medical attention.

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HIV/AIDS and African Americans: A State of Emergency

(2005) More African Americans are living with HIV or already dead from AIDS than any other single racial or ethnic group in the United States—a crisis one black AIDS activist calls "a state of emergency" for the African American community.

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PRB Discuss Online: Engaging Men in the Fight to End Violence Against Women

(2009) One in three women will experience an act of violence in their lifetime, whether it is domestic and interpersonal violence; sexual violence; violence in the name of "culture" or tradition; or systemic violence, as in the use of rape as an instrument of war.

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Les pays en développement : assiégés par les maladies chroniques

(2006) Les pays en développement traversent une transition épidémiologique rapide (des maladies infectieuses telles que les maladies diarrhéiques et la pneumonie aux maladies chroniques telles que les maladies cardiaques) qui risque de submerger leurs systèmes de santé déjà très sollicités et de fragiliser plus avant leurs économies.

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La lutte contre la stigmatisation et la discrimination liées au SIDA

(2002) Le débat s'intensifie sur la meilleure manière d'éliminer le stigmate attaché au SIDA et la discrimination qui en résulte au sein des milieux internationaux de la santé, alors que les experts tentent d'éradiquer ces obstacles rebelles à la prévention et au traitement du VIH/SIDA. Si l'on reconnaît de plus en plus que les programmes de lutte contre le VIH/SIDA doivent s'attaquer de front à ces questions, les chercheurs n'ont toujours pas trouvé de méthode efficace qui permette d'assurer le suivi des changements d'attitudes à l'égard des personnes affectées.

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