HIV/AIDS in the Health Care Environment

A series of the AIDS Information Newsletter
(Parts I-VIII not available online)
  1. Introduction
    • Facts about...HIV/AIDS and health care workers
    • At least 32 workers infected with HIV on job, CDC says
    • Surveillance for Occupationally Acquired HIV Infection -- United States, 1981-1992 (MMWR Report)
    • HIV and the Health Care Worker (Audiovisual Review)
  2. OSHA Information
    • Bloodborne Pathogens Final Standard: Summary of Key Provisions (OSHA Fact Sheet)
    • OSHA fact sheets
    • OSHA regional offices
    • Other OSHA publications
  3. OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard
    • Bloodborne Pathogens: The OSHA Standard
    • Bloodborne Pathogens in the Workplace: For Healthcare Facilities
    • Bloodborne Pathogens Series
    • The Bloodborne Pathogens Standard: How It Affects You. How It Protects You
  4. OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard: Audiovisual Reviews
    • The Final Standard: Preventing Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Viruses
    • For Your Protection: The OSHA Regulations on Bloodborne Pathogens
    • OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standards: Compliance in the Clinical Laboratory
    • OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard: An AHA Update
    • Bloodborne Diseases in the Workplace: Planning and Training Kit
    • Protecting Yourself from AIDS
    • Protecting Yourself from AIDS & Hepatitis B - OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard
    • Protecting Yourself from Bloodborne Pathogens
  5. Universal Precautions: Audiovisual Reviews
    • Any Questions? The Universal Precautions Explained
    • Preventing Blood-Borne Infections in the Health Care Setting
    • Universal Precautions
    • Universal Precautions: A Personal Priority
    • Universal Precautions: AIDS and Hepatitis B Prevention for Healthcare Workers
    • Universal Precautions: Preventing AIDS at Work
  6. Infection Control: Audiovisual Reviews
    • First Responders: Infection Control from Theory to Practice
    • Learning Health Care in the Age of AIDS
    • Of Critical Importance: AIDS Precautions in Radiology
    • Reducing the Risks of Blood-Borne Disease Transmission in Orthopaedic Surgery
    • Safety Precautions for the High-Risk Autopsy: Reduce Your Risk
    • Surgery in the Age of AIDS: Prevention of Viral Transmission in the Operating Room
  7. Print Materials
    • A Curriculum Guide for Public-Safety and Emergency-Response Workers: Prevention of Transmission of Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Hepatitis B Virus (Book Review)
    • Universal Precautions: Policies, Procedures, and Resources (Book Review)
    • Bibliography - Books - OSHA's Bloodborne Standard
    • Posters (Channing L. Bete Company)
    • Scriptographic Booklets (Channing L. Bete Company)
  8. CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse Materials
    • Brochures
    • Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports
      • Surveillance & Epidemiology
      • Guidelines & Recommendations
      • Testing & Counseling
      • Tuberculosis
      • Case Definition of AIDS
    • Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report Compilations
    • Other Reports
    • MMWR Report Series - Ordering Information
  9. Information from CDC
    • Surveillance for Occupationally Acquired Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection (MMWR)
    • Contacts for physicians and for infection control and occupational health professionals
    • Facts About...HIV/AIDS and Health Care Workers (update of the section included in Part I of this series)
    • Answers from CDC to questions concerning prevention of HIV transmission during dental procedures (CDC Bulletin)
    • Answers from CDC to questions prompted by the MMWR article on patient exposures to HIV during nuclear medicine procedures (CDC Bulletin)
  10. Selected Journal References
    • Occupational Exposure - OSHA
    • Occupational Exposure - Needlestick Injuries
    • Occupational Exposure - Counseling
  11. Information Resources
    • Selected Journal References - Occupational Exposure - Zidovudine Prophylaxis
    • Why Me: Dealing With and Occupational Exposure to a Bloodborne Virus (Audiovisual Review)
    • Working Together: Needlestick Prevention (Audiovisual Review)
    • Prevention Point (Audiovisual Review)
    • Why Take the Risk? A Program on Sharps Safety (Audiovisual Review)
  12. Information from CDC
    • Questions and answers from CDC on HIV transmission in health- care settings (CDC Bulletin)
  13. CDC Bulletins
    • Statement from CDC concerning the latest data on HIV/AIDS and health-care workers (CDC Bulletin)
    • Statement from CDC concerning "lookback" investigations of the risk of HIV transmission from an infected health-care worker to a patient (CDC Bulletin)
    • Statement from CDC concerning a letter in the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome about the use of bleach to deactivate HIV in health-care settings (CDC Bulletin)
    • Statement from CDC concerning the transmission of HIV (CDC Bulletin)
    • Questions and answers from CDC concerning the possibility of HIV transmission through touching the genitals or semen, vaginal secretions, or blood of an infected person (CDC Bulletin)
  14. HIV/AIDS In Dental Practice
    • Answer from CDC to a question concerning a letter in Nature about HIV transmission in a Florida dental practice
    • Dentist's patient is sixth with HIV
    • Current Trends--Update: Investigations of Persons Treated by HIV-Infected Health-Care Workers -- United States (MMWR)
  15. Other Information Resources
    • Manuals
    • Monographs
    • Reports
  16. Other Information Resources
    • Audiovisuals
  17. Table of Contents
    • this Table of Contents
    • Table: Health-care workers with documented and possible occupationally acquired AIDS/HIV infection, by occupation, reported through March 1993, United States

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