Final Study Guide (1)

Final Study Guide (1) - VCT process 1 Pretest Counseling a...

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VCT process 1. Pretest Counseling: a. test process b. implications of test c.Risk assessments d. Coping Strategies 2. Decision to test ---------------------> 3. Don't receive test-------> Protective Counseling a. Test b. Don't test 3. Test a. receive test 4. Positive Test Results ------------------------->Negative Test Results: News given, risk-reduction a. News given b. Risk-reduction plan made c. Discussion about disclosure 5. Follow-Up Counseling a. Medical care b. Emotional support c.Social Support d. Legal support Mandatory testing versus voluntary 1. For mandatory: precise statistics/risk groups 2. Against mandatory: social stigmatization, some people may not be able to face it 3. For Voluntary: Personal choice, have test when emotionally ready? 4. Against: Imprecise, Anonymous? Male condoms: 1. Positive: cheap, accessible, effective, easy to use 2. Negative: Depends on the man, woman really has no say Female condoms 1. Positive: effective, gives women power, easy to use 2. Negative: more expensive, less accessible Medical Male Circumcision:
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2011 for the course MCD BIO 40 taught by Professor Christianemeyer during the Winter '10 term at UCLA.

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Final Study Guide (1) - VCT process 1 Pretest Counseling a...

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