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Striking to the heart of the matter: selected readings on gender and HIV  
http://www.acewh.dal.ca/pdf/Striking_to_the_Heart_of_the_Matter.pdf

Discusses awareness of gender issues and differences with the disease, as well as challenges of understanding the experiences of those at greater risk of HIV.

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Published: 2002
A prospective cohort study of HIV post-exposure prophlaxis for sexual assault victims/survivors  
http://www.womensresearch.ca/PDF/programs/HIVPEP/Challenges%20Poster_PRINTER.pdf

Examines the feasibility of a standardized program of HIV counseling for all sexual assault clients and offering post-exposure prophlaxis (PEP) to those at risk. Also determines HIV PEP acceptance and completion rates and establishes their predictors.

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Published: 2006
Challenges in implementing an HIV-I post-exposure prophylaxis program for sexually assaulted persons in Ontario, Canada  
http://www.womensresearch.ca/PDF/programs/HIVPEP/Challenges%20Poster_PRINTER.pdf

Examines the challenges of implementing a program of universal offering HIV post-exposure prophlaxis to at-risk sexually assaulted person's presenting to Ontario's hospital-based Sexual Assault /Domestic Violence Treatment Centres.

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Published: 2006
Gendering prevention practices: a practical guide to working with gender in sexual safety and HIV/AIDS awareness education  
http://www.nikk.uio.no/forskning/nikk/living/lft_gendprevpract_word.doc
Presents practical resources for those looking to take a gendered approach in HIV awareness raising activities with young people. Link requires Microsoft Word. (See Details)
Published: 2003
Counselling guidelines on disclosure of HIV status
Offers practical guidance for volunteer counsellors, non-professional counsellors,and professional counsellors who do not have extensive experience in counselling in the context of HIV.
Published: 2000
HIV status and disclosure: choices and consequences
Offers practical advice on disclosure of HIV status, steps to take, coping mechanisms, possible consequences of disclosure and non-disclosure, and considerations for the media and disclosure.