Management of mental health disorders in HIV-positive patients

HIV Clinicians Society, Southern African

These guidelines are intended as a reference document to assist HIV nurse and doctor clinicians in managing mental health disorders. It is intended to improve awareness, knowledge and capacity to support patients living with HIV and mental health disorders.

June 17, 2020
Year of publication
2013
Resource types
Guidelines and Policies
Tags
mental health, people living with HIV (PLHIV)

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