Bibliographical references are at the end of each article.
Published simultaneously as a special issue of "The Hospice Journal", volume 7, numbers 1/2, in 1991.
Includes short profiles on the editors and contributors.
Contents : Preface / by Madelon O'Rawe Amenta [p. xi-xii] -- Some notes on the impact of treating AIDS patients in hospices . by Robert J. Miller [p. 1-12] -- The Staging and monitoring by primary care providers of patients with Human Immunodeficiency Virus infections / by Michael A. Sauri [p. 13-30] -- Issued in the current treatment of hospice patients with HIV disease / by Jeannee Parker Martin [p. 31-40] -- The Cost of caring for patients with HIV infection in hospice / by Claire Tehan [p. 41-59] -- A Comparison of the psychosocial needs of hospice patients with AIDS and those with other diagnoses / by Nancy Tish Baker and Robert D. Seager [p. 61-69] -- Family adaption to AIDS : a comparative study / by Ronnie Atkins and Madelon O'Rawe Amenta [p. 71-83] -- Voluteers under threat : AIDS hospice volunteers compared to volunteers in a traditional hospice / by I. Michael Shuff ; Arthur M. Horne ; Nancy G. Westberg, Scott P. Mooney and C.W. Mitchell [p. 85-107] -- AIDS : experiences and attitudes of nurses from rural communities in Pennsylvania and New York / by Deborah Bray Preston ; Patricia Barthalow Koch and Elaine Wilson Young [p. 109-125] -- Dying in prison : sociocultural and psychosocial dynamics / by Fleet W. Maull [p. 127-142] -- Grieving a loss fom AIDS / by J. William Wordon [p. 143-150] -- AIDS in the workplace : implications for hospice programs / by Dorothy N. Moga ; Sharon E. Brodeur and Peggy Beckman [p. 151-169] -- Useful HIV disease multimedia resources for hospices / by Paul R. Brenner [p. 171-186] -- Index [p. 187-197]