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Table of Contents, Fall 2002
- HIV Treatment Education: Community Perspectives
By J. Daniel Stricker, Editor in Chief
- HIV Treatment Education in 2002: Personal Perspectives
- James Learned
Director of Treatment Education and Editor of ACRIA Update
- Paula Braitstein
Senior Policy Advisor on Health Promotion, British Columbia Persons With AIDS Society, Vancouver, British Columbia
- Tito Ramirez
Case Manager and Treatment Advocate, Treatment Education and Advocacy, Comprehensive Health Center, San Diego, California
- Clara LaBoy
Physician Assistant, Former Executive Director of Housing Works' East New York Adult Day Health Care Center, Brooklyn, New York
- Carlos Santiago
Treatment Educator, ACRIA, New York, New York
- Yukihiro Ippei Yasuda
Treatment Advocate, Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center, San Francisco, California
- Harry Dohnert
Case Manager, Columbia University, Harlem Adherence to Treatment Study (HATS), Harlem Hospital Center, CPCRA Community Constituency Group, New York, NY
- Guy Pujol
Executive Director, AIDS Treatment Initiatives, Atlanta, Georgia
- Anthony Salandra, C.S.W.
Treatment Advocate/Educator, Hyacinth AIDS Foundation, Fort Lee, New Jersey
- Debra Johnson, M.P.A.S., N.P., P.A.-C.
Adjunct Faculty, Keck School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California
- Larry Diaz
AIDS Treatment Advocate, Alamo Area Resource Center, San Antonio, Texas
- Philip Gardiepy-Hefner
HIV/AIDS Service Coordinator, Superior AIDS Prevention Project, Upper Peninsula, Michigan
- Charles E. Clifton
Executive Director, Test Positive Aware Network; Editor, Positively Aware; Chicago, Illinois
- Tamil Kendall, M.A.
Researcher, Centro de Investigación en Sistemas de Salud, Centro Colaborador ONUSIDA, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública, Cuernavaca, Morelos, México
- Hugo Mendez
Prison Services Coordinator, AIDS-Related Community Services (ARCS), Elmsford, New York
- ACRIA News
- Treatment Issues for Women
- Enrolling ACRIA Trials
- Generous Contributions
Efrain Rosa: 1956-2002
It is with great sadness that we report the death of Efrain Rosa on July 27, 2002. As a treatment educator at ACRIA, Efrain had a powerful impact on the many lives he touched. He was a man with a mission: to use his own life experiences to reach people with HIV. His understanding that HIV was only one of many hurdles people with this disease face made his work particularly effective. His legacy lives on in the countless individuals who benefited from his tireless dedication. We miss him.
Editor in Chief
J. Daniel Stricker
Jerome A. Ernst, M.D.
This article was provided by AIDS Community Research Initiative of America. It is a part of the publication ACRIA Update.
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