A Survey of Russian Doctors on HIV/AIDS
Sarah Mendelson and Ted Gerber (University of Wisconsin-Madison) present findings from their survey of 1,208 Russian doctors on their attitudes regarding four broad topics: 1) the extent, relative importance, and meaning of the HIV/AIDS epidemic; 2) issues related to treatment, supply needs, and physician safety; 3) the relationship between doctor and HIV-infected patients; and 4) possible courses of action. January 2006.
Crisis among Crises among Crises: Public and Professional Views of the HIV/AIDS Crisis in Russia
Sarah Mendelson and Ted Gerber discuss results from their focus groups on how Russian health officials and health care workers perceive HIV/AIDS in this article in Problems of Post-Communism, Vol. 52, No. 4. July/August 2005.