Fb2 AIDS: A Guide to the Law ePub
by Dai Harris,Richard Haigh
|Author:||Dai Harris,Richard Haigh|
|Publisher:||Routledge (November 16, 1989)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1258 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1100 kb|
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The increasingly complex field of AIDS and the law is examined to provide a valuable guide for professionals in a range of fields including social welfare, housing, insurance, and employment.
The increasingly complex field of AIDS and the law is examined to provide a valuable. The increasingly complex field of AIDS and the law is examined to provide a valuable guide for professionals in a range of fields including social welfare, housing, insurance, and employment.
Laurie, Graeme T. Bibliographic Citation. Medical Law International 1996; 2(2): 183-187. URI. Find in a Library. Aids; Law; Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome or HIV Infection
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First published in 1995. Aids: A Guide to the Law. by Richard Haigh.
Guide to the Law. Publisher. Routledge, Taylor and Francis. Haigh, Richard, Harris, Dai. ISBN-13.
Written by experienced legal professionals for The Terrence Higgins Trust. Covers insurance, housing employment, children, immigration, criminal law. Specifications. Guide to the Law.
Richard Haigh, Dai Harris. Psychology Press, 1995 - 185 sayfa. Housing law and people with HIV infection. 56. The private sector. 72. Medicolegal aspects of HIV infection and disease. First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
is a fascinating book, important for all educators and counsellors in the field of AIDS. Dr Adriaan Visser, Patient Education and Counselling. is a thorough, practical volume which contains an immense amount of useful information. Any nurse, doctor or other health professional who has the care of patients with HIV disease should possess a copy of this book. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health. Medicolegal aspects of HTV infection and disease.