ריפוי בעיסוק ותסמונת הכשל החיסוני הנרכש: השלכות לגבי המקצוע בישראל

Translated title of the contribution: Occupational therapy and AIDS:: Implications for the profession in Israel

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Abstract

With the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) the OT's in Israel are faced with new responsibilities and challenges. Since the first reports on people with AIDS (PWA's) in 1981, AIDS became the most serious pandemic of this century. With 226 AIDS cases and 5000-9000 HIV infected in Israel, there is an urgent need for Israeli OT's to become more knowledgeable about this disease, to be aware of their role in the care of PWA's, and to be unbiased towards the infected.
Translated title of the contributionOccupational therapy and AIDS:: Implications for the profession in Israel
Original languageHebrew
Pages (from-to)55-69
JournalIJOT: The Israeli Journal of Occupational Therapy / כתב עת ישראלי לריפוי בעיסוק
Volume2
StatePublished - 1993

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