Session 322: CR29 -> Prison Health
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-California E
Session Chair: William G. Saylor, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Nobody Defines Us: African-American Prisoners and Their Significant Women Acccepting HIV/AIDS as Illness and Rejecting HIV/AIDS as Stigma
by: Laura T. Fishman, University of Vermont (Corresponding)
Therapeutic Community Prisons
by: Ursula H. Smartt, Thames Valley University (Corresponding)
Public Health Research on HIV Prevention Among Incarcerated Populations: Missed Opportunities and Successes
by: Richard B. Wolitski, Centers for Disease Control (Corresponding)
Estimating HIV SeroPrevalence Among Prisons Entering Correctional Facilities in the United States, 1997-2000
by: K. Bordelon, Centers for Disease Control (Corresponding)
K. Sabin, Centers for Disease Control
C. Murrill, Centers for Disease Control
M. Miller, Centers for Disease Control
Volunteering for Treatment and Treatment Retention: Gender Differences Among Prisoners With Drug Use Histories
by: Bernadette Pelissier, Federal Bureau of Prisons (Corresponding)

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