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AIDS Prevention and Work‐based Counselling

Employee Counselling Today

ISSN: 0955-8217

Article publication date: 1 February 1992



AIDS is a relatively new disease associated with stigma and death. In the UK, mass media AIDS campaigns have increased public knowledge about this disease but there is still misinformation and fear about how it is spread and how it affects people. This is the basis for fear of discrimination at work towards people suspected or known to be infected with HIV, the virus which causes AIDS. How might HIV infection or AIDS affect the workforce and what can be done to promote the physical and mental wellbeing of employees? How can employees be helped to reduce their risk of contracting this disease? Discusses ideas for personnel, management and occupational health services. Addresses AIDS counselling issues at work and provides a framework for organizational assessment, counselling and training, intervention and evaluation. This is in conjunction with policy development. Describes the role of the external consultant to provide objective confidential and expert advice.



Salt, H.K. and Callow, S. (1992), "AIDS Prevention and Work‐based Counselling", Employee Counselling Today, Vol. 4 No. 2, pp. 11-14.




Copyright © 1992, MCB UP Limited

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