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AIDS and Intravenous Drug Use: Future Directions for Community-Based Prevention Research

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 93 [Printed in 1990]

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Introducing the Concept "Community Prevention"-----vii
Zili Amsel

Communication and Health Education Research: Potential Sources for Education for Prevention of Drug Use-----1
Nathan Maccoby

The Puerto Rican Intravenous Drug User-----24
Yolanda Serrano

AIDS Prevention for Non-Puerto Rican Hispanics-----35
Barbara V. Marin

Black Intravenous Drug Users: Prospects For Intervening in the Transmission of Human lmmunodeficiency Virus Infection-----53
Lawrence S. Brown, Jr.

Community-Based AIDS Prevention Interventions: Special Issues of Women Intravenous Drug Users-----68
Josette Mondanaro

Preventing AIDS: Prospects for Change in White Male Intravenous Drug Users-----83
James L. Sorensen

Sexual Minority Needle Users-----108
A. Silly S. Jones

Risk Behavior of Intravenous Cocaine Users: Implications for Intervention-----120
Dale D. Chitwood, Clyde B. McCoy, and Mary Comerford

An Ethnographic Approach to Understanding HIV High-Risk Behaviors: Prostitution and Drug Abuse-----134
Michele G. Shedlin

The Role of Schools in Community-Based Approaches to Prevention of AIDS and Intravenous Drug Use-----150
Lewayne D. Gilchrist

The Role of Drug Abuse Treatment Programs in AIDS Prevention and Education Programs for Intravenous Drug Users: The New Jersey Experience-----167
Joyce F. Jackson, Leslie G. Rotkiewicz, and Robert C. Baxter

Lost Opportunity to Combat AIDS: Drug Abusers in the Criminal Justice System-----187
Eric D. Wish, Joyce O'Neil, and Virginia Baldau

The Homeless Intravenous Drug Abuser and the AIDS Epidemic------210
Herman Joseph and Hilda Roman-Nay

HIV-Related Disorders, Needle Users, and the Social Services-----254
Lawrence C. Shulman, Joanne E. Mantell, Charles Eaton, and Stephen Sorrell

Accessing Intravenous Drug Users via the Health Care System-----277
Patricia E. Evans

Community Prevention Efforts to Reduce the Spread of AIDS Associated With Intravenous Drug Abuse-----288
Robert J. Battjes, Carl G. Leukefeld, and Zili Amsel

List of NIDA Research Monographs-----300

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