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International Conference on HIV/AIDS and Substance Abuse
3rd December, 2002
 

  Speaker:
Dr.Burton P Golub
(South Denver Infectious Disease Specialists, USA) 13.40 - 14.05
Biodata:
Dr. Burton Golub has been a private practitioner of treatment of infectious diseases and internal medicine in suburban Denver Colorado for 30 years. He is also Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of Colorado Medical Center, Denver, USA.
 
Topic of Presentation:
AIDS treatment in private practice, Denver, Colorado,USA.

Abstract:
The spectre of HIV/AIDS has changed dramatically over the past few years since the introduction of HAART. This paper presented an informal recollection of treatment for HIV over the past 20 years.

Speaker:
Dr.Rumeli Das
(CINI - Child In Need Institute, India) 14.05 - 14.30
Biodata:
Dr.Rumeli Das is the Chief - Women Health Division(CINI). She is an MBBS (University of Calcutta), holds a Diploma in Mother and Child Health, All India Institute of Hygiene & Public Health and has been trained in Reproductive Health Research at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
 
Topic of Presentation:
Determining The Positive Correlation Between Increase in Consistent Condom Users and Decreased Rate of Sexually Transmitted Diseases amongst Commercial Sex Workers

Abstract:
The objective of the study was to find out how the decrease in the per centage of STD cases was directly proportional to the increase in the percentage of consistent condom users among the Commercial Sex Workers in 2 red light pockets. The paper analysed the conclusions.
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Speaker:
Dr. Anagha Kulkarni
(AIDS Ayurvedic Care & Counseling Center, India) 14.30 - 14.55
Biodata:
Dr. Anagha Kulkarni, is a Certified counselor of sexual therapies, and is the Chairperson of AIDS Ayurvedic Care & Counseling Center, in India.
 
Topic of Presentation:-
Nutritional healthy diet is a major co-therapy in PLWHA to improve health.

Abstract:
This presentation presentation showed how Good nutrition is a co-therapy that can help to maximize your medical management of HIV disease. Currently there is no cure for HIV diseases or AIDS, but you can affect the disease process, and improve the quality of life, by maintaining a positive attitude and a healthy lifestyle.
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Questions and Answers: 14.55 - 15.25

Tea Break: 15.25 - 15.40

Valedictory session from 15.40 onwards
Provisional Speaker who presented at the conference:
Speaker:
Dr Tahereh Seghatoleslam
(Shaheed Beheshti University, Iran)
Biodata:
Dr Tahereh Seghatoleslam is a Clinical psychologist (PhD) teaching at Medical Shaheed Beheshti University in Iran. Her field of study is neuropsychology and psychotherapy.
 
Topic of Presentation:
Cognitive-behaviour Therapy and Substance Abuse Among Iranian Patients(2000-2001)

Abstract:
To evaluate cognitive-behavior therapy and substance abuse among Iranian patients, 28 male and female (23-30 years, normal IQ) who had received anti-addiction medication without adequate control, were randomly selected and divided into two groups. The two groups received the following treatment for 6 weeks: 1-Cognitive-behavior therapy(CBT). 2-Change in cognitive symptoms. 3-Ability to control cognitive depressive symptoms in two groups (comparison). This paper analysed the results.
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