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  1. Less Encouraging Lessons from the Front Lines: Barriers to Implementation of an Emergency Department-Based HIV Screening Program, B.Mumma and B.Suffoletto, Annals of Emergency Medicine (2011)

    This study outlines results from a pilot program to integrate HIV screening into emergency department care. The authors encountered significant barriers to the screening program and, in this paper, make recommendations to address those barriers. The pilot ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/6/2018 3:52pm

  2. Understanding The Patient's Perspective on Rapid and Routine HIV Testing in an Inner City Urgent Care Center, Angela B. Hutchinson et al., 16 AIDS Education and Prevention 101 (2004)

    This study explored patient perspectives on rapid and routine HIV testing among primarily minority patients in an urgent care center at an urban public hospital. The results, broken down by gender, reveal the importance of voluntary testing, counseling, a ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 5/8/2013 1:46pm

  3. Complexities in HIV Consent in Adolescents, Wing Wah Ho et al., 44 Clinical Pediatrics 473 (2005)

    This article reviews the laws of informed consent and confidentiality related to HIV testing and treatment in adolescents, who represent a large proportion of people living with HIV. There is no uniform policy on minors' rights to consent to HIV test ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 5/8/2013 1:46pm