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Qualitative Review on Psychological Intervention for Young People Living with HIV
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QUALITATIVE REVIEW ON PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTION FOR YOUNG PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV Name Course Name of Professor Date of Submission Abstract The world is recently challenged of the increasing number of both young and adult populace that are infected with transmissible HIV disease.
It aims to clarify and explicate the necessity of emotional and psychological intervention these young survivors of HIV to provide them meaningful life and motivation to undertake medical services and support to keep them living while bearing this health problem. It will illustrate how psychosocial intervention is provided to share hope for these children and teens, as well as, make them better persons despite everything. This is a qualitative review on psychosocial intervention for young people living with HIV, a transmissible disease that can infect a person through sexual contact or by other means known to many physicians. Researched materials generally used and employed survey, interviews and secondary materials in their studies to support and explicate the conditions of young populace living with HIV. This study is limited and focused only to young people living with HIV, thus, consider only the plight of children and teens. Kumar, Mmari, and Barnes (2012) pointed that there are already 1.7 billion young people within the age bracket of 10 to 24 years in the world that are infected with HIV disease and about 85% of them are living in developing countries. ...
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