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by Gopal Sankaran,Karin Volkwein,Dale Bonsall

Author: Gopal Sankaran,Karin Volkwein,Dale Bonsall
Subcategory: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Human Kinetics; 1 edition (April 15, 1999)
Pages: 137 pages
Category: Medicine
Rating: 4.2
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HIV/AIDS in Sport debunks common myths and enables you to establish .

The book also explores a wide range of issues, including whether HIV-positive athletes should participate in sports, ethical decision making and policy implementation, the effects of HIV and exercise on the immune system, and legal issues. Gopal Sankaran, MD, DrPH, MNAMS, CHES, is a Professor of Public Health and Presidential Planning Fellow at West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania.

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With HIV/AIDS in Sport, you will learn: -Epidemiological, immunological, and clinical aspects of HIV/AIDS

With HIV/AIDS in Sport, you will learn: -Epidemiological, immunological, and clinical aspects of HIV/AIDS. How to deal with social, psychological, and legal issues regarding HIV/AIDS. How to establish appropriate guidelines for testing. The book also explores a wide range of issues, including whether HIV-positive athletes should participate in sports, ethical decision making and policy implementation, the effects of HIV and exercise on the immune system, and legal issues.

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Hiv/AIDS in Sport: Impact, Issues, and Challenges. G. K. Sankaran, Karin . Volkwein, Dale R. Bonsall.

Hiv/AIDS in Sport: Impact, Issues, and Challenges. Now you can sort through the many complex issues regarding HIV, AIDS, and sport with this definitive, multidisciplinary book. You'll learn the medical facts about HIV and AIDS and discover th. More).

Volume 34, Issue 4. HIV/AIDS in sport. Impact, issues and challenges. G Sankaran, K A E Volkwein, D R Bonsall. The issues range from epidemiology and immunology of HIV to ethical and legal matters

Volume 34, Issue 4. Pp 137; soft cover; £2. 0. Leeds: Human Kinetics Europe Ltd, 1999. The issues range from epidemiology and immunology of HIV to ethical and legal matters. The chapter dealing with the basic science of HIV was informative and yet written in such a way as to be within the grasp of someone not in that field. A similar section dealing with exercise and immune function was well covered, and I agree with the conclusion that more work should be carried out in this particular area.

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Volkwein Paperback, 137 Pages, Published 1999 by Human Kinetics ISBN-13: 978-0-88011-749-4, ISBN: 0-88011-749-4. Karin Volkweijn-Caplan.

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Now you can sort through the many complex issues regarding HIV, AIDS, and sport with this definitive, multidisciplinary book. You'll learn the medical facts about HIV and AIDS and discover the important role you play in prevention and control of HIV. HIV/AIDS in Sport debunks common myths and enables you to establish standardized guidelines that take medical, ethical, and legal concerns into account.

With HIV/AIDS in Sport, you will learn:

-Epidemiological, immunological, and clinical aspects of HIV/AIDS

-How to deal with social, psychological, and legal issues regarding HIV/AIDS

-How to establish appropriate guidelines for testing

-Where to find resources including national and state organizations, hotlines, and websitesYou will also learn the personal stories of high-profile athletes who have been afflicted with HIV, including Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Arthur Ashe, and Greg Louganis. This section—along with a personal account of a group of non-professional athletes who are living with HIV/AIDS—offers an evocative portrait of the emotional, social, and psychological dimensions of the disease from the perspective of both sports professionals and amateur athletes.

The book also explores a wide range of issues, including whether HIV-positive athletes should participate in sports, ethical decision making and policy implementation, the effects of HIV and exercise on the immune system, and legal issues. The book's resource section includes national organization contacts, state hotlines, and websites.

Drawing from the knowledge of experts in diverse disciplines including health, sports medicine, law, sociology, philosophy, and psychology, this concise book answers all your questions surrounding the complex relationship between sport and HIV/AIDS.