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Thinking positively: HIV education and support in Scottish secondary schools
A report from the project Listening to children and young people with a parent or carer who is HIV positive
Children and young people say they feel unable to talk about parental HIV in the classroom and do not receive as much information as they would like.
This report discusses the findings of a survey of HIV education and support in secondary schools in Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow. It considers the ways in which schools currently educate pupils about HIV and the support they provide to affected children.
Publication date: 2001
Author(s): Helen Kay, Viviene E Cree, Kay Tisdall, Jennifer Wallace
Reference/ISBN/ISSN: 1 901589 03 X
Availability: Unavailable - Out of print
Publisher: Children in Scotland, Edinburgh
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