"The small student to faculty ratio was a real benefit in my preparation towards my teaching career. It enabled me to get to know my professors well and come to them for help with anything I needed."
Bishop Foley High School
Madison Heights, MI.
AIDS, THE FAMILY, AND THE COMMUNITY
All terminal diseases burden the patient and his or her family with the pain
and trauma of dying, as well as the social problems of job
discrimination, fear of contamination, and the loss of friends. AIDS
carries an additional social stigma, as if the disease were a dirty secret
rather than a deadly virus.
This program examines some of the realities: how AIDS is actually
transmitted; how many cases of infection are the result of sexually active
teens believing that it can't happen to them; how vital to patients and
their families community support is; and how--no matter where we live--AIDS
is already affecting us all in some way.
THE DOCTOR IS IN...
RC 607 .A26 A32 1990
Lake Superior State University
Tied with: Eastern Michigan University
Lawrence Technological University
Western Michigan University
Other participants included: University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Ferris State University
2000 Society of Manufacturing Engineers Region 6 Conference