By Pascal James Imperato MD (auth.), Pascal James Imperato Jr M.D. (eds.)
When Pascal James Imperato, MD, assumed the edi • Exclusion by means of the hot York nation Departm~nt of health and wellbeing of certified laboratories from HIV testmg torship of the hot York kingdom magazine of drugs in 198~, the received immunodeficiency syndro. me (AIDS) epI • safeguard of well-being care employees • obligations of physicians and different well-being care demic within the usa was once already SIX years outdated. Dur ing the time of his editorship, thematic problems with the employees magazine were dedicated to AIDS. additionally, a wide • Public schooling variety of unique communications were usually • AIDS confidentiality released at the subje~t. This quantity ?rings jointly The Symposium on AIDS in Washington, DC, had vital articles released on AIDS m the magazine been such a success that the MSSNY, lower than the auspices of in the course of 1987 and 1988. . . the duty strength and the department of Governmental Affairs, within the early years of the epidemic the scientific Society of held informational symposia for country senators and the nation of latest York (MSSNY) was once conscious that it had a assemblymen and their staffs in Albany, long island. Thes. e accountability to either the professi?~ an~ the general public so as to add have been provided in February 1988 and. March. 1989. ,!,hIS its efforts to these already mobIlized m the try to attempt has confident the MSSNY that It has given legisla comprehend and keep an eye on this tragic affliction. Early on, the tors a greater figuring out of the final AIDS problem.
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Wilkinson L: Systat: The SystemJor Statistics. Logit. A Supplementary Module. Evanston, Ill, Systat, Inc, 1986. 13. Ethical Issues Involved in the Growing AIDS Crisis, Report of the Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs, Chicago, American Medical Association, 1987. 14. Staver S: Unethical to refuse to treat HIV-infected patients. Am Med News, November 20, 1987, pp 1, 43. 15. A. rules that doctors are obligated to treat AIDS. NY Times, November 13. 1987, P A14. 16. Position Statement: Physicians and the Medical Care of Patients with AIDS.
Respondents were asked to report on how comfortable, stressed, and at-risk they felt while working with AIDS patients. They also assessed the adequacy of their knowledge and the job they performed. Responses to individual questions were cross-tabulated by survey year, job category, and class attendance. Chi-square tests were used to assess differences in proportions. 05 probability level; all reported differences are significant unless otherwise specified. RESULTS From 1985 to 1986, there were overall reductions in how employees perceived the risks and stresses of care of AIDS patients, despite an increase in the number of patients seen.
There were no significant differences in perceptions of risk or beliefs regarding prerogatives relating to the care of AIDS patients between the students who received the onehour lecture on AIDS and those who did not. The largest difference Prerogative to Decline for AIDS Patients: TABLE V. 07). Influence of Perceived Risk on Predicted Behavior. The aSSOCIations of perception of risk with students' beliefs regarding prerogatives to decline different types of contact with AIDS patients are shown in Tables IV-VI.
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome: Current Issues and Scientific Studies by Pascal James Imperato MD (auth.), Pascal James Imperato Jr M.D. (eds.)