Tag archive for Sexual and reproductive health

Interventions pharmacologiques auprès de ceux qui ont commis une violence sexuelle ou qui sont susceptibles d’en commettre

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Aucune conclusion définitive ne peut être tirée concernant les interventions pharmacologiques en tant qu’interventions efficaces pour réduire les délinquances sexuelles. 
Les traitements biologiques des délinquants sexuels incluent les médicaments antilibidinaux, dont des médicaments hormonaux qui ont un effet inhibiteur de la testostérone, et …

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Cognitive-behavioural interventions for children who have been sexually abused

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Evidence suggests that Cognitive-behavioural therapy may have a positive impact on the effects of child sexual abuse.  
Cognitive-behavioural approaches are used to help children and their non-offending or ‘safe’ parent to manage the sequelae of childhood sexual abuse. This review assesses the efficacy of cognitive-behavioural approaches in …

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Pharmacological interventions for those who have sexually offended or are at risk of offending

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No firm conclusions can be drawn regarding pharmacological interventions as an effective intervention for reducing sexual offending.
Biological treatments of sex offenders include antilibidinal medication, comprising hormonal drugs that have a testosterone-suppressing effect, and non-hormonal drugs that affect libido through other mechanisms. This …

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Traitement de l’infection tuberculeuse latente chez les personnes infectées par le VIH

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Les essais actuellement disponibles ne fournissent pas suffisamment de données pour tirer des conclusions définitives quant à l’intérêt d’un traitement préventif pour améliorer la survie des personnes infectées par le VIH.
La plupart des personnes infectées par la tuberculose (TB) ne présentent …

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Tratamiento de la infección tuberculosa latente en personas infectadas por el VIH

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Los ensayos actualmente disponibles no proporcionan datos suficientes para obtener conclusiones firmes sobre el valor de la terapia preventiva para mejorar la supervivencia en personas infectadas con VIH.
La mayoría de las personas infectadas con tuberculosis (TB) nunca tienen síntomas de TB. …

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Treatment of latent Tuberculosis infection in HIV infected persons

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Currently available trials do not provide sufficient data to draw firm conclusions about the value of preventive therapy for improving survival in persons infected with HIV.
Most people infected with tuberculosis (TB) never get TB symptoms. This is called latent TB. People …

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Rapid review of the inclusion of people with disabilities and older people in gender-based violence humanitarian interventions

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Promising practices for disability and older age inclusion in gender-based violence programs in humanitarian settings are largely focused on women and girls with disabilities. Such practices include:

Integrating questions on disability into needs assessments;

Developing training and tools on disability inclusion for GBV practitioners;

Organizations of women with …

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Les nouveaux-nés vivants nés d’une mère porteuse de la maladie à virus Ebola

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La transmission d’Ebola d’une mère à un nouveau-né n’est pas entièrement comprise, mais on suppose qu’il y a une forte association de transmission pendant la gestation, l’accouchement et l’allaitement.
Au …

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Neonatos vivos nacidos de madres con la enfermedad del virus del Ébola

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La transmisión del Ébola de una madre a un neonato no se comprende del todo, pero se asume que tiene una fuerte asociación de transmisión durante la gestación, el parto …

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Live neonates born to mothers with Ebola virus disease

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Ebola transmission from a mother to a neonate is not fully understood, but it is assumed to have a high association of transmission during gestation, delivery, and breast feeding.
A total of five reports …

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