Keeping Confidence: HIV and the criminal law from service provider perspectives. Executive Summary

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Dodds, C; Weait, M; Bourne, A; Egede, S; Jessup, K; Weatherburn, P; Sigma Research;
(2013)
  • Publisher: Sigma Research, London

Keeping Confidence is a qualitative research study that explores the\ud perceptions of criminal prosecutions for HIV transmission among those providing\ud support, health and social care services for people with HIV. The main findings of\ud the study are described in de... View more
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