Developing antenatal classes for women with HIV infection

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Abstract

As numbers of new HIV infections rise, innovative means of healthcare delivery for this patient group are being sought. This article describes the running of antenatal classes for pregnant women with HIV infection in a south-east London hospital, which aim to reduce mother-to-child HIV transmission. Led by a community-based clinical nurse specialist, the initiative adopts a multidisciplinary team approach.

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