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Journal of AIDS and HIV Clinical Research

Journal of AIDS and HIV Clinical Research (JAHCR)

Journal of AIDS and HIV Clinical Research is a scholarly open access research journal that aims to publish the latest clinical developments on HIV/AIDS research to extend therapy, cure and rehabilitation. The journal caters to a wide range of readers such as clinical and medical practitioners, research centers, and extension agencies that work closely with the affected. This journal is of significant importance for academicians and students focused on the HIV/AIDS.

Journal of AIDS and HIV Clinical Research thus focuses on a broad spectrum of research areaswithin this field, which includes but not limit to topics like, Epidemiology and Etiology of HIV, HIV & Molecular Biology, Gene expression , HIV Pathogenesis, Vaccine Research, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV and its subtypes), Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, (AIDS), HIV Wasting Syndrome, HIV Screening, Transmission, Antiretroviral Therapy, Congenital HIV, HIV management in Pregnancy in HIV transmission from Mother-to-Child, Cancer threat for AIDS Patients, Tuberculosis in AIDS Patients, Primary Care and Symptomatic Treatment, HIV vaccines and drugs development, Sex Education and AIDS Awareness

AIDS or HIV- a chronic, potentially life-threatening, virus transmitted condition by contact with infected blood, semen or vaginal fluids shows flu-like symptoms such as fever, sore throat and fatigue within a few weeks of infection. According to recent studies, adolescent and young adult minority women account for approximately 20% of new cases of HIV in this age group each year in the United States. In addition, alcohol and other drug uses prove to be an important contributing factor to its spread many countries. The HIV infection continues to impact people worldwide at alarming rates recent successes in several HIV prevention trials. Yet, few researchers have examined the relationship factors promoting. Non-AIDS co-morbidities are emerging as the main health problems for those living with HIV and primary care for this population is an evolving challenge for most of the countries till date.

Latest Articles

The impact of non-verbal cues in HIV/AIDS Health Communication campaigns

Article Type: Research Article

Gumbo Lettiah1* and Leeroy Nendanga2

This paper explores how nonverbal cues can be utilized to maximize health communication among the youth in Zimbabwe. This study concludes that non-verbal cues are essential part of health information dissemination on behavioral change among the society at large. They complement verbal communication, allow easy presentation of information create an attractive presentation through the use of gestures and facial expressions that make the presentation more interesting as well as making the message easy to understand. Health communicators have a unique opportunity to provide meaningful input in improving and saving lives in the wake of such life threatening diseases such as HIV/AIDS and Covid 19 health pandemic in public health campaigns. Including how people think about and respond to health issues such as HIV and AIDS. The ways in which health communication can be effected in the public health sector are so many in such a way that this paper will not suffice to give justice to all of them. It will mainly focus on how non-verbal communication can be utilized in health practices for higher returns and favorable health outcomes. Research findings show that it is an important source of self- motivation and concentration for health officers and their clients as well as a tool for maintaining attention within the public. This shows that the issues of non-verbal communication go beyond being simple a means of communication to being a more complicated tool to that can be used to help disseminate essential health information. The study is qualitative in nature and used the interview and observation research instruments to solicit data from research participants. The research participants were purposively selected.

DOI: 10.47755/jahcr.1000101