Title for MeetingAbstracts
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Parent-provider Racial and Ethnic Concordance in Early Childhood Primary Care: Influences on Physician Guidance and Parent Satisfaction.
Parent/caregiver perceptions regarding revealing HIV diagnosis to adolescents in Santos, Brazil.
Parent/child contact issues for gay fathers with HIV/AIDS and their children.
Parental behaviour and vertical transmission of HIV-1 in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
Parental employment and family structure effect on children's health insurance.
Parental employment and health insurance coverage among children with special needs.
Parental Factors Associated with Childhood Immunization Status: Results from the National Immunization Survey.
Parental gag proteins of HIV-I penetrate into the nuclei of infected cells.
Parental Health Development Investments in the Early Years.
Parental knowledge, attitudes and satisfaction with medication for children with attention deficit disorder.
Parental Literacy Practices, Attitudes, and Beliefs.
Parental Perspectives on Barriers to Health Care and Childhood Immunizations for Minority and Resource-Challenged Children Living in New Hampshire.
Parental presence: Does it have any effect on HIV prevalence and risk behavior of young South Africans?
Parental skills matter in talking to youth about abstinence.
Parental viewpoints on AIDS education in the public schools of Copenhagen.
Parenteral nutrition in AIDS.
Parenteral nutrition maintains or improves nutritional status during acute complications of AIDS.
Parenteral or intranasal immunization with HIV gp160 formulated with proteosomes and/or PA adjuvants enhances epitope-specific IgG or IgA.
Parenterally administered formalin-inactivated SIVmac protects rhesus macaques from intrarectal challenge.
Parenthood and social security: surviving family members of AIDS patients.
Parenting by HIV seropositive women.
Parents and Guardians' Influence on Children's Use of Mental Health Care.
Parents as partners in educating youth about AIDS.
Parents attitudes to their HIV infected childrens' participation in a placebo controlled trial--the PENTA I Trial.
Parents matter!: Parents are unique and powerful tools for the delivery of HIV prevention information and skills prior to onset of sexual risk behaviors in youth.
Parents of children with HIV/AIDS: a model of advocacy, support, partnership and empowerment.
Parents Quest for Knowledge: The Search, Utilization and Meaning of Child Psychiatric Diagnosis.
Parents' attitudes and counselling policy on parental disclosure and testing of children of HIV positive parents in Uganda.
Parents' needs and feelings about disclosure of HIV infection diagnosis to their children.
Parents' willingness to pay for reducing pain of childhood blood sampling.