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New Book Addresses Social Work, HIV/AIDS in Caribbean

From left, book editors Priya Maharaj, Professor Adele Jones and Jacqueline Padmore. Photo courtesy of the Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday.

From left, book editors Priya Maharaj, Professor Adele Jones and Jacqueline Padmore. Photo courtesy of the Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday.

University of the West Indies  researchers released a new book, “HIV-AIDS & Social Work Practice in the Caribbean: Theory, Issues & Innovation,” after three years of research.

Officials at the college hope the new book will help social workers tackle an issue that has a far-reaching impact in the region. To learn more read this Trinidad and Tobago’s Newsday article.
 

And to find out how social workers help people with the disease visit the National Association of Social Workers’ “Help Starts Here” HIV/AIDS Web page.

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  1. It is quite scary that there is still no cure for HIV/AIDS and the only way we can fight it is by prevention. How long would it take our scientists to develop a cure or vaccine for this disease?
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