Information Services for HIV/AIDS: Recommendations to the NIH
DIANE Publishing, 1995 - 76 pages
Report of a conference co-sponsored by the NLM and the NIH Office of AIDS Research, June 28-30, 1993. Reviews the various HIV/AIDS information resources and services that the the NIH has instituted since the beginning of the AIDS pandemic. Provides information on the findings and recommendations of five panels: clinical researchers; medical, dental, and nursing providers; allied health care providers; media and the general public; patients and the affected community.
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