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Tobacco Use & Cessation

  • Creator:   Jonathan Kemmerer-Scovner
  • Updated:   4/20/2021
  • Contains:  4 items
Description: In comparison to the general population, LGBTQ+ populations and persons living with HIV have much higher rates of tobacco use. This collection includes papers examinging this critical issue.
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Urban Rural

  • Updated:   4/20/2021
  • Contains:  15 items
Around the world, there are significant differences in HIV prevalence and outcomes among urban and rural populations. This collection includes articles on PrEP use in urban populations, differences in symptom management among rural and urban populations, living with HIV in rural townships in South Africa, and other topics.

2020 Showcase Collection

  • Updated:   3/5/2021
  • Contains:  11 items
Each year on December 1, the world stops for a moment to reflect on the HIV pandemic. This collection of articles published by JANAC in 2020 focuses on diverse topics essential to HIV prevention, care, and treatment. Topics include sex education in the Mosque, HIV self-testing at male-dominated work sites in Uganda, providing PrEP in family planning clinics, nurse- and midwife-led HIV services in Eastern and Southern Africa, a nursing guide on HIV-HCV drug interactions, as well as a variety of other topics.
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Abuse & IPV

  • Updated:   2/19/2021
  • Contains:  7 items
This collection includes articles focused on childhood sexual abuse and intimate partner violence.  Topics covered include intimate partner violence among MSM, adults living with HIV who experienced childhood sexual abuse, PEP among sexually assaulted individuals in the US, and trauma-informed decision-making between providers and victims of intimate partner violence.
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Adherence

  • Updated:   10/22/2020
  • Contains:  13 items
Adherence is to antiretroviral therapy is critical to virologic suppression and well-being among persons living with HIV.  This collection explores a wide range of topics including adherence to treatment and care in rural Appalachia (USA) to the effects of antiretroviral stock-outs on adherence among PLWH in Ghana.  This collection also explores adherence among pregnant women, Black women, adolescents and young adults, MSM, and prisoners.  One of the articles in this collection, The State of the Science of Adherence to HIV Care in Black Women, by Dr. Crystal Chapman-Lambert was the 2019 JANAC Article of the Year.
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Adolescents and Young Adults

  • Updated:   12/21/2020
  • Contains:  17 items
Globally, adolescents and young adults are one of the populations showing significant increases in new infections. This collection explores issues of HIV prevention, sexual risk reduction, and implementing a PrEP program targeting youth; stigma and disclosure; youth living with HIV lost to follow-up; and HIV self-management among youth.
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African American and Black

  • Updated:   12/21/2020
  • Contains:  13 items
In the United States, Black and African Americans are disproportionately impacted by HIV.  This collection explores a wide variety of topics across the HIV care continuum and among diverse population including women, mothers, and MSM.  Topics such as stigma, patient-provider communication, PrEP, self-testing, and neurocognitive issues, as well as many others, are explored.

Aging

  • Updated:   9/29/2020
  • Contains:  22 items
Aging and HIV Collection: With the number of persons expected to age with HIV over the next decade, this collection of articles explores a diverse range of topics associated with aging and HIV.  Topics including polypharmacy, successful aging, advanced directives, coping, stigma, and systems of care as well as many others.
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Asians & Asian Americans

  • Updated:   12/21/2020
  • Contains:  10 items
This collection of articles explores issues of HIV prevention, partner notification, stigma, sexual health among Asians and Asian Americans.

Clincal-CEU

  • Updated:   10/14/2020
  • Contains:  12 items
This collection of 12 articles covers contemporary clinical issues related to HIV. This essential collection will help HIV nurse and nurse practitioners increase their knowledge and skills related screening for hepatitis C in primary care, conducting a neurodevelopmental exam in children living with HIV, chronic kidney disease, managing polypharmacy in older persons living with HIV, clinical considerations and protocols for nurse-led PrEP, and anal dysplasia screening among PLWH, as well as several other topics.
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Coping and Well-Being

  • Updated:   12/21/2020
  • Contains:  12 items
This collection highlights the importance of coping and well-being among persons living with HIV and their caregivers and providers. The intersection of depression, coping, well-being as it relates to quality of life are explored. Further, these issues are examined among mothers with HIV, formerly incarcerated women, and persons aging with HIV.

Digital Health

  • Updated:   3/17/2021
  • Contains:  11 items
This collection explores a variety of topics related to digital and mHealth interventions.

Drug Use

  • Updated:   2/22/2021
  • Contains:  9 items
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End of Life and Ethics

  • Updated:   3/17/2021
  • Contains:  5 items
Although HIV has tranformed into a chronic disease, issues associated with advance directives and advance care planning among persons living with HIV, similar to the general population, remains an important component of HIV care and management. Further, this collection also explores the issue of Against Medical Advice Discharges among PLWH and ethnical sensitivity of healthcare professionals.

Female

  • Updated:   3/17/2021
  • Contains:  7 items
This is a new collection based only on articles from volume 31.
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Gay, Bisexual, and Other Men who have Sex with Men

  • Updated:   12/21/2020
  • Contains:  40 items
Gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex, especially MSM from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, continue to be disproportionately impacted with HIV in the United States and other regions of the world.  As a key population according to UNAIDS, this collection explores a variety of topics, but not limited to, including sex tourism, PrEP, stigma, substance use, intimate partner violence, HIV self-testing.   
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Global Collection

  • Updated:   5/19/2020
  • Contains:  13 items
Global Collection: These articles were chosen for the global collection because they have relevance to an international audience and are geographically diverse. One article was the recipient of the JANAC Article of the Year award (Duffy et al., 2017), and two thirds of the articles include a nurse author.

Health Care Workers

  • Updated:   3/17/2021
  • Contains:  13 items
This collection examines a variety of topics related to health care workers and HIV. Topics range from PrEP beliefs, readiness to prescribe PrEP among APRNs, and provider perspectives on PrEP to stigma by nursing students and health care professionals.

Health Literacy

  • Updated:   3/17/2021
  • Contains:  5 items
Since the 2004 consensus study, Health Literacy: A Prescription to End Confusion report released by the former US Institute of Medicine, there has been an increase focus on health literacy. This collection explores a variety of topics related to health literacy and HIV.

Healthcare Settings - Delivery

  • Updated:   3/17/2021
  • Contains:  12 items
Persons living with or at risk for HIV interact with the healthcare system in a variety of settings. This collection explores a variety of topics rangings from same day medical visits to the characters of persons living with HIV in US nursing homes during the fourth decade of the epidemic. Further, this collection explores the healthcare experiences and clinician interactions of transgender women, providing PrEP in family planning and urgent care settings as well as other topics.

HIV Care Continuum

  • Updated:   3/17/2021
  • Contains:  10 items
Each element of the HIV care continuum is essential to achieving virologic suppression and reducing the number of new infections. This collection explores issues of adherence, youth lost to follow-up, same day medical visits, healthcare experiences of transgender women as well as how issues such as stigma dn depression impact engagement in care and viral load.

HIV Prevention

  • Updated:   3/17/2021
  • Contains:  10 items
Innovative, culturally grounded, population specific approaches to HIV prevention are essential component of the HIV prevention toolkit. This collection explores female condom acceptability in China, sexual risk among adolescents in Scotland to sex tourism and sexual risk behaviors of middle aged MSM.
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HIV Testing

  • Updated:   3/17/2021
  • Contains:  13 items
Knowing one's HIV status is essential. This collection explores a variety of topics associated with HIV testing.

Immigrant-Migrant

  • Updated:   2/22/2021
  • Contains:  4 items

Incarcerated

  • Updated:   2/22/2021
  • Contains:  6 items

Latinx and Hispanic Collection

  • Updated:   10/16/2020
  • Contains:  10 items
Within this collection you will find articles from authors around the world that explore aging with HIV, depression and coping, intimate partner violence, stigma and sexual risk taking, among different Latinx and Hispanic populations.

Mental Health - Substance Use

  • Updated:   4/20/2021
  • Contains:  9 items
Throughout the epidemic, issues of mental health and substance have been a critical focus of prevention, care, and treatment activities. This collection explores issues of depression and anxiety as they relate to adherence, virologic suppression, and engagement with provider. Further, PrEP use among crystal meth using MSM, and injection drug use are also explored.
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Neurocognitive

  • Updated:   4/21/2021
  • Contains:  10 items
As persons living with HIV continue to age, the prevalence of neurocognitive issues will increase. This collection explores a variety of topics associated with neurcognitive issues and HIV.

Nursing Workforce Models of Care

  • Updated:   4/21/2021
  • Contains:  11 items
As the largest cadre of health professionals globally, nurses are critical to ensuring HIV prevention, care, and treatment services. This collection looks at nursing models of care across the care continuum from around the world.
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PEP & PrEP

  • Updated:   4/21/2021
  • Contains:  16 items
The collection explores a variety of topics related to biomedical prevention, including both post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). Included in this collection are articles about nurse-led PrEP, systematic/integrative reviews, quality improvement projects, and original research exploring barriers, facilitations, and PrEP uptake among diverse populations.
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Physical Activity & Exercise

  • Updated:   4/21/2021
  • Contains:  12 items
This collection includes a variety of topics associated with physical activity and exercise, which is essential to promoting health and well-being across the lifespan and to reducing risk for co-occurring co-morbid conditions.
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Reproductive & Sexual Health

  • Updated:   4/21/2021
  • Contains:  9 items

Reviews

  • Updated:   4/21/2021
  • Contains:  11 items
This collection includes numerous systematic reviews on topics related to HIV. Many of these systematic reviews have significant clinical applications with papers examining cervical cancer screening, skin cancers, neurocognitive complications, and other important topics.
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Self-Management

  • Updated:   4/21/2021
  • Contains:  7 items
As HIV has transitioned to a chronic illness, understanding and improving self-care management among persons living with HIV are critical to promoting health and well-being. This collection includes papers that examine self-management interventions in adolescents, among caregivers, and mental wellness and alcohol use.

Stigma

  • Updated:   4/21/2021
  • Contains:  17 items
Stigma, in all of its forms, remains a significant driver of inequities across the HIV care continuum. This collection includes papers addressing HIV stigma scale development, homophobia, stigma and quality of life, and a variety of other topics.
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Symptoms & Symptom Management

  • Updated:   4/21/2021
  • Contains:  9 items
Throughout the epidemic, persons living with HIV have experienced a variety of symptoms that impact quality of life. This collection includes topics related to fatigue, body impage, sleep, and research exploring symptom clusters and symptom patterns.
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Transgender Women

  • Updated:   4/21/2021
  • Contains:  7 items
This collection explores a variety of topics related to HIV among transgender women who are disproportionately impacted by HIV.

US South

  • Updated:   4/21/2021
  • Contains:  11 items
The Southeastern United States has become the epicenter of the HIV epidemic in the United States. This collection explores a variety of topics in this geographic region, including issues of PrEP knowledge among MSM; racism, discrimination, and medical mistrust among Black women living with HIV; mental health and social service needs of formerly incarcerated populations among women living with HIV; as well as stigma; early detection of syphilis; and engagement in care.
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Women

  • Updated:   3/5/2021
  • Contains:  9 items
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Year of the Nurse and Midwife

  • Updated:   3/25/2020
  • Contains:  4 items