Degree Granting Department
Hiv/aids, Business, Monitoring and evaluation, Multinational corporation, Medical anthropology, epidemiology
This thesis focuses on the private sector response to the human immunodeficiency virus and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) in the Republic of South Africa (RSA) and the United States (US) in multinational businesses and corporations. From an epidemiological perspective HIV/AIDS and its co infections cause acute and chronic illness in the workforce leading to programs and interventions of various complexity and effectiveness. Workforce HIV/AIDS epidemiology in South Africa and the US is reviewed and discussed. From a critical medical anthropology perspective multinational corporations are political and economic entities with immense resources and power over people, communities, and governments globally. Corporate culture becomes important in the design of prevention and treatment strategies.
Scholar Commons Citation
Reed, Joel Christian, "Hiv/aids workplace interventions in south africa and the united states" (2005). Graduate Theses and Dissertations.