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Psychological Perspectives in HIV Care

An inter-professional approach

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The care paradigm for patients with HIV has improved in recent years, changing from managing an infectious condition with a poor prognosis to managing a long-term chronic disease. Despite this, people living with HIV continue to experience considerable stresses due to their diagnosis. As a result, promoting patients' holistic wellbeing is an important aspect of long-term care. This book provides an accessible introduction for healthcare professionals who work with people living with HIV. It is designed to help readers understand how care in practice can be more person-centred and psychologically-focused, whilst promoting compassion, health and wellbeing. Topics cover include self-awareness, attachment theories and communication as well as key aspects of providing care for people living with HIV, such as shame, stigma in young adults, sexuality, neurocognitive issues, the sexualized use of drugs and the needs of older adults living with HIV. Invaluable reading for health professionals working within multidisciplinary teams that provide care for people living with HIV, this book is also a core text for those studying in the area.
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Michelle Croston is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Nursing, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. She is also Chair of the National HIV Nurses' Association. Sarah Rutter is a Clinical Psychologist whose experience falls primarily within the field of physical health. She currently works in the HIV Support Team at North Manchester General Hospital, UK


Introduction Michelle Croston and Sarah Rutter 1. Self-awareness in HIV Care Kirsten Jack 2. The Impact of Trauma in Early Attachments on Healthcare Interactions Sarah Rutter and Sam Warner 3. Difficult Conversations in HIV Care Michelle Croston and Stuart Gibson 4. Shame, Stigma and HIV Phillip Hutchinson 5. Interventions to Address the Impact of HIV-related Stigma in Young HIV Positive People Tomas Campbell 6. Sexuality: an Intersectional Perspective on HIV Catherine Butler and Angela Byrne 7. Alcohol and Substance Use in People Living with HIV: From Comfort to Chemsex Alexander Margetts 8. Neurocognitive Issues in HIV Care Alexander Margetts and Tomas Campbell 9. Multidisciplinary Management of Neuropathic Pain in HIV Care Sarah Blackshaw, Catherine Bather and Nadia Burgess 10. Psychological Impact of Ageing with HIV Shaun Watson 11. Patients' experiences of psychological challenges: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly Michelle Croston and Robert Fieldhouse