The main treatment concepts of HIV therapy are to use medications specifically designed to combat a part of the retroviral replication cycle of HIV. The current antiretroviral drugs include five classifications. Therapy consists of a combination of these five classes.
Nursing students need to have appropriate knowledge and attitudes about HIV and AIDS because they are the future health care professionals, therefore will play a key role in prevention of spread and care of people with AIDS. Method and Material: A cross-sectional study was carried out in a nursing school of a Technological Educational Institute in Greece. Return of a completed questionnaire was considered as consent to participate in the study.
This is a qualitative, exploratory and descriptive research in which data was collected through participant observation and semi-structured individual interviews, which were analyzed and interpreted on Bardin. From the analysis of the data, three categories emerged, which highlighted the challenges in managing care, the fledgling involvement of nurses and the strategies to be used in the transition of adolescents. The study reveals the importance of nurses in this process, with active participation in the planning, management and implementation in their skills.
If you are currently a nurse or you are studying to become a nurse, it is time to learn about all of the different specializations you can pursue. With advances in research, doctors and nurses have gained a greater understanding of how the virus is transmitted and how to help patients live product lives with the disease. Specialists who are dedicated to educating the community may also work in community or public health departments.
Regis R. Marie Modeste; Oluyinka Adejumo. The strategies planned and implemented in the fight against HIV include reversing and halting the spread of HIV, increasing health care access, and strengthening the health care system.
Method: Exploratory study with quantitative data approach. Sample was composed of 24 independent elderly people without diagnosis. An elaborate semi-structured interview script was used.
Human immunodeficiency virus HIV is a condition that nurses may come across in a variety of fields of health care practice. Both are part of specific acquired adaptive immunity. It is a retrovirus that is transmitted through blood and body fluids, such as semen, blood, saliva, vaginal secretions, and breast milk.
However, as the response to the HIV epidemic evolves from emergency care to control and eventually to viral suppression, the importance of integrating HIV core competences into pre-service training becomes equally significant. NEPI aims to increase the number and quality of nurses and midwives in Africa. The survey revealed that the majority of students surveyed were not confident in managing HIV clients, either due to a lack of adequate clinical exposure or a lack of overall training.
A further 51 students were assessed during This project was approved by the Ethics in Research Committee and by the Research Commission of the institution. Conclusion: This study suggests that changing teaching strategies to include activities in the field, allowing early contact between students and clientele may be beneficial.