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A short-term support group for hospice nurses working on an inpatient AIDS unit can be an effective way of helping the nurses cope with the demands of their job. This article describes one such group and some of the common themes that were raised.
HIV-related illness threatens the mental health and coping mechanisms of even the most psychologically healthy people. Psychological responses to HIV illness may include anxiety and depression; in addition, neuropsychiatric complications are common. Comprehensive outpatient treatment of these...
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