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  1. A Lamentable Example of Overcriminalization: HIV Criminalization, The Champion, Norman L. Reimer (2013)

    This article by Norman L. Reimer,  Executive Director of the  National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL), was originally published in The Champion. In the article, Reimer seeks to correct the omission of a glaring example of overcriminalizat ...

    admin - 4/5/2016 12:00pm

  2. Rethinking Risk: The Relevance of Condoms and Viral Load in HIV Nondisclosure Prosecutions, Isabel Grant, McGill Law Journal (2009)

    In this article, the author explores the relevance of condom use and viral load to HIV criminalization laws in Canada through a review of R. v. Mabior. ...

    admin - 6/15/2017 10:59am

  3. Tylenol and an ICE Pack: An Inadequate Prescription for HIV/AIDS in Immigration Detention Centers

    This article describes the plight of people living with HIV held in United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) custody and argues that “ICE’s detention guidelines and stated goals are not conducive to managing the medical needs of those liv ...

    admin - 9/16/2014 5:17pm

  4. Disclosure Before Exposure: A Review of Ohio’s HIV Criminalization Statutes, W. Thomas Minahan, Ohio Northern University Law Review (2009)

    This article describes the origins of the modern HIV epidemic and the stages of HIV infection, before moving into a more specific exploration of Ohio’s HIV criminalization statutes. The author discusses several Ohio cases prosecuted under these statutes, ...

    admin - 6/15/2017 11:07am

  5. Patient Perspectives on the Experience of Being Newly Diagnosed with HIV in the Emergency Department/Urgent Care Clinic of a Public Hospital, Katerina A. Christopoulos et al., PLOS ONE (2013)

    This study is part of a larger HIV care study, and examines patient perceptions regarding their HIV diagnosis experience in the emergency department/urgent care setting of a public hospital in San Francisco. The authors interviewed twenty-four patients – ...

    admin - 3/24/2014 11:45am

  6. The Impact of Anticipated HIV Stigma on Delays in HIV Testing Behaviors: Findings from a Community-Based Sample of Men Who Have Sex with Men and Transgender Women in New York City, Sarit A. Golub and Kristi E. Gamarel, AIDS Patient Care and STDs (2013)

    This study examines the association between anticipated stigma – the expectation of rejection or discrimination against by others in the event of seroconversion – and HIV testing behaviors among a sample of men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender ...

    admin - 3/24/2014 11:39am

  7. Occupationally Acquired Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection: National Case Surveillance Data During 20 Years of the HIV Epidemic in the United States, Do et al., Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology (2003)

    This article explores the incidence of occupationally acquired HIV in health care and laboratory settings in the United States. The study analyzed case data from two surveillance mechanisms, the HIV/AIDS Reporting System and the National Surveillance for ...

    admin - 10/29/2019 4:14pm

  8. HIV Transmission in the United States: Considerations of Viral Load, Risk Behavior, and Health Disparities, H. Irene Hall, David R. Holtgrave, Tian Tang, and Philip Rhodes, AIDS and Behavior (March 2013)

    This article assesses how viral load, risk behavior, and health disparities contribute to HIV transmission. The authors found that persons who are unaware of their status are more than three times as likely to transmit HIV than those who are aware of thei ...

    admin - 3/24/2014 12:05pm

  9. Language, Identity and HIV: Why Do We Keep Talking about the Responsible and Responsive Use of Language? Language Matters, Sophie Dilmitis et al., Journal of the International AIDS Society (June 2012)

    This article explores the use of language when discussing HIV and advocates for a shift toward more positive wording to empower HIV affected communities. The authors note that current medical language “focuses on managing, avoiding or eradicating disease, ...

    admin - 3/24/2014 11:50am

  10. Stories Absent from the Courtroom: Responding to Domestic Violence in the Context of HIV and AIDS, Jane K. Stoever, 82 N.C. L. Rev. 1157 (2009)

    This article explores the relationship between domestic violence and the victim’s HIV status. The presence of HIV or AIDS changes the very nature of domestic abuse, including partners threatening to disclose the victim’s status if he/she tries to leave th ...

    admin - 3/24/2014 12:01pm

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