HIV/AIDS Policy and Law Review 3(4) and 4(1) Winter 1997/1998

FEATURES

  • Current Issues in HIV/AIDS and Insurance
  • Focus on HIV/AIDS and Injection Drug Use
  • Children: The Changing Face of AIDS

DISCRIMINATION

  • Your Health Is Back. Now You May Lose Your Protection against Discrimination
  • Gay and Lesbian Legal Issues and HIV/AIDS: A Discussion Paper
  • Publication Noted: The Impact of Homophobia and Other Social Biases on AIDS
  • US — Life Insurer Discriminates

HIV/AIDS LEGAL CLINICS

  • Provision of Legal Services to Persons with HIV or AIDS: Barriers and Trends

RETURN TO WORK

  • Return to Work for Persons with HIV/AIDS: Back to the Future?
  • Triple-Drug Therapy and Return to Work: Results of a Québec Survey

CONFIDENTIALITY

  • Workers’ Compensation Claims and Disclosure
  • US — Confidentiality Breach Punished

CANADIAN NEWS

  • Legal Issues New “Strategic” Area Under NAS III
  • HIV/AIDS and Aboriginal People: Legal Issues

INTERNATIONAL NEWS

  • End-of-Life Summit in Madrid

DRUG POLICY

  • HIV/AIDS and Injection Drug Use: A National (and Rational) Plan
  • The Terry Parker Case: Marijuana for Epilepsy — And Soon for HIV/AIDS?
  • Swiss Government Report: Heroin Prescription Works
  • Australia — Parliamentarians Recommend Drug Law Reform
  • Harm Reduction in the US: A Movement for Change

PRISONERS AND HIV/AIDS

  • Methadone, But No Needle Exchange Pilot in Federal Prisons
  • Task Force Calls for Methadone Maintenance and Needle Exchange in Prisons
  • Methadone in Provincial Prisons in British Columbia
  • Death Exposes Treatment of Prisoners Living with HIV/AIDS
  • The Case against Segregation in “Specialized” Care Units
  • Evidence About HIV Transmission in Prisons
  • Prison Privatization and HIV Prevention in Australia
  • Prescribing Narcotics to Drug-Dependent People in Prison: Some Preliminary Results
  • US — Prisoner Contracts HIV in Prison
  • Australia — Reform Urged in South Australian Prisons
  • HIV Prevention in South Australian Prisons
  • New Publications on AIDS in Prisons

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

  • Justice Delayed and Denied in Biting Case
  • BC Court of Appeal Rules on Detention of HIV-Positive Prostitute
  • HIV-Positive Man Faces Criminal Charges
  • HIV Considered Aggravating Factor in Sentencing
  • US — 10 Years for Unprotected Sex
  • US — Downward Sentencing Departures for Defendants with AIDS Refused
  • Australia — Charges of Intentionally Transmitting HIV

EUTHANASIA

  • Australia — Prison for Assisting Suicide
  • Australia — Doctors Admit to Performing Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia

IMMIGRATION

  • European Court Prevents Deportation of Man with AIDS

INTERNET NEWS

  • The Internet, Drug Policies and Harm Reduction

PUBLICATIONS REVIEWED

  • Positively Women Living With AIDS
  • Typhoid Mary: Captive to the Public’s Health
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