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  1. History and social aspects 8 items
    1. Adventures of a Female Medical Detective - Mary Guinan, Anne D. Mather 2016

      Book  Mary Guinan was involved in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's work in the USA at the start of the AIDS epidemic. This is her memoir.

    2. AIDS between science and politics - Peter Piot, Laurence Garey 2015

      Book  "This book recounts the experiences of the founding executive director of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) as he fought the disease from its earliest manifestations to today."

    3. And the band played on: politics, people, and the AIDS epidemic - Randy Shilts 2007

      Book  Classic account of the early years of the AIDS epidemic.

    4. Papal Paralysis: How the Vatican Dealt with the AIDS Crisis - Kinkel, R. John 2013

      Book 

    5. Virus hunt: the search for the origin of HIV - Dorothy H. Crawford 2013

      Book 

  2. For younger readers 2 items
    1. AIDS and HIV - Christina Hughes 2013

      Book 

    2. Understanding AIDS and HIV - Cara Acred 2013

      Book 

  3. Fiction and literature 3 items
    1. AIDS literature and gay identity: the literature of loss - Monica B. Pearl 2013

      Book 

    2. Koolaids - Rabih Alameddine 2015

      Book 

    3. Monopolies of loss - Adam Mars-Jones 1992

      Book 

  4. Diagnosis, management and treatment: chapters 7 items
    1. Inform and counsel on HIV 2015

      Chapter  Chapter in WHO publication "Pregnancy, Childbirth, Postpartum and Newborn Care: A Guide for Essential Practice".

    2. Integrative medicine - David Rakel 2018

      Book  Chapter 19

    3. Mandell, Douglas, and Bennett's principles and practice of infectious diseases - Gerald L. Mandell, R. Gordon Douglas, Gerald L. Mandell 2015

      Book  Chapters 120-132 are about aspects of HIV. Chapter 171 covers human immunodeficiency viruses.

    4. Manson's Tropical diseases - Jeremy Farrar 2014

      Book  Chapters 9-12

    5. The Palgrave handbook of gender and healthcare - Ellen Kuhlmann, Ellen Annandale 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    6. Schaechter's mechanisms of microbial disease - Moselio Schaechter, N. Cary Engleberg, Victor J. DiRita, Terence Dermody c2013

      Book  Chapter 38

  5. Diagnosis, management and treatment: textbooks and other material 6 items
    1. ABC of HIV and AIDS - Michael W. Adler 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    2. HIV in the United Kingdom: Reports by Public Health England about testing, diagnosis and care [of] HIV in the UK. - Public Health England 2018

      Webpage  A set of reports, recommendations, and statistics from PHE.

    3. The medical management of AIDS.: 2012 - Paul Volberding, Merle A. Sande c2012

      Book 

  6. Websites 5 items
    1. NAM Aidsmap

      Website  A wealth of resources about HIV, AIDS and treatments, including a directory of services in the UK and beyond. Includes resources in languages other than English.

  7. Audio visual 5 items
    1. More in Library collections - use Library Search and filter search to Audio Visual.   And in Box of Broadcasts - use the BoB link from the Library homepage.

    2. Epidemic: When Britain Fought Aids Friday, 14 Jul 2017

      Audio-visual document  Documentary broadcast on Channel 4 in July 2017, revealing "the untold story of how Britain battled Aids, as told by the people who lived through it".

    3. The Truth About HIV Wednesday, 31 May 2017

      Audio-visual document  Documentary broadcast on BBC1 Scotland in May 2017. "As trials are announced in Britain of a new preventative drug, Dr Chris van Tulleken explores the latest science around HIV, meeting health professionals, scientists, and individuals affected by the virus in the UK and South Africa, challenging the myths and stigma surrounding it."

    4. Cent vingt battements par minute =: 120 BPM (beats per minute) - Robin Campillo, Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, Arnaud Valois 2018

      Audio-visual document  French drama centred on the AIDS epidemic in Paris in the 1990s. The film follows a group of activists who go to battle for those stricken with HIV/AIDS as they try to effect change as part of the ACT UP movement.

    5. Philadelphia (1993)

      Audio-visual document  Film starring Tom Hanks as a lawyer who discovers he is HIV positive, who is then fired, and about his fight against his unfair dismissal.

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