Special issue of Critical Public Health - guest edited by Eric Mykhalovskiy, focuses on the health implications of HIV criminalization
Public health approaches have played a fundamental role in controlling the spread of sexually transmitted diseases and continues to be the primary site of authority for preventing HIV transmission. However, there have been recent shifts in the biopolitics of HIV which has seen the use of criminal charges for engaging in activities that are presumed to risk the transmission of HIV.
This special issue of Critical Public Health, guest edited by Eric Mykhalovskiy, focuses on the health implications of HIV criminalization.
Jul 24, 2015