Jan 20, 2004
I am taking a graduate level class in Applied Ethics. For a project, I am researching ethical issues related to AIDS in the workplace with a concentration on the healthcare industry. I would appreciate any information regarding sources of information on this topic.
Response from Ms. Breuer
This is a huge area of investigation. Here are some resources. If you follow links, you'll unearth a great deal of information.
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC) www.anac.org. The CDC HIV Web pages, especially those on healthcare professional protocols (www.cdc.gov). AEGIS.com section on healthcare professionals and exposure This Website. American Medical Association Web site.
Believe me, starting from there, you'll be more than busy.
Excellent topic. Good luck.
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