J. B. Molaghan is a Nurse Practitioner specializing in HIV/AIDS in the Positive Health Program at San Francisco General Hospital, where he has worked for the past 15 years. He is a graduate of the Harvard Medical School Adult Nurse Practitioner Program.
The Positive Health Program at San Francisco General Hospital is a busy primary care and clinical research facility with 3,000 patient visits per month. J. B. Molaghan specializes in all aspects of care of persons with HIV disease, including assessment, physical examination, diagnosis and treatment. He also assists principal investigators in clinical research, and serves as a consultant in AIDS education and community outreach programs.
J. B. has published and lectured nationally on many facets of HIV disease. His work has included teaching nurses and health care providers about the scientific complexity of HIV disease as well as how to treat patients living with HIV with care and compassion. He is a member of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care and a former member of the City and County of San Francisco Mayor's HIV Health Services Planning Council.
J. B.'s participation in the The Body's Forum on Fatigue and Anemia is sponsored in part by an unrestricted educational grant from Ortho Biotech Inc.
A Farewell Message from J. B. Molaghan
April 26, 2000
Dear Readers of the Body:
It is difficult to believe that the Fatigue and Anemia Forum was instituted about two years ago. During the past two years, it has been my privilege to be involved in this effort for expanded HIV education for people with fatigue and anemia.
I will be finishing my work at The Body on May 1, 2000. My current clinical responsibilities have increased, and I'm also starting some new projects here at the Positive Health Practice in San Francisco. The Fatigue and Anemia Forum will be taken over by Dr. Robert Frascino, a physician in private practice from San Jose, CA., who has a vast amount of experience with treatment and management of HIV disease.
Please continue to support The Body. I believe that this website has been an extremely valuable resource for both people living with HIV disease and healthcare providers alike.
I wish you all the best of luck in the future, and thank you for allowing me to provide you service over the past two years.
JB Molaghan NP