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Title: 愛滋助人經驗之初探:綜融實務觀點
Helping Experiences on People Living with HIV/AIDS(PLWHA):Generalist Practice Perspective.
Authors: 王永慈
Wang, Yeong-Tsyr
Chang, Chih-Hao
Keywords: 綜融實務觀點
Generalist practice perspective
The HIV/AIDS helping practices
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: 儘管治療與藥物的革新,愛滋病非絕症,但感染者與疾病共處(PLWHA)的生活仍常受汙名與歧視,故仍有社會適應與功能角色的困境,而有愛滋助人者協助的必要。縱觀當前文獻,少有對愛滋助人經驗的研究情形。據此,本研究以「愛滋助人工作經驗之初探-綜融實務觀點」為題,運用質性訪談法,進行探索性研究,透過愛滋助人社群推薦以滾雪球法立意招募7位受訪者。運用綜融實務觀點的分析,形成本研究結論。 在文獻探討,本論文摘要簡介Kirst-Ashman and Hull (2017)提出的「綜融實務觀點」作為研究論述基礎。回到論文主題,由於1980年代至今愛滋治療由「世紀末黑死病」到「慢性病」下,現今感染者使用助人服務的狀況,從「在醫院老死」到「在社區生活」有截然不同的愛滋助人樣貌。本論文先從「概述我國愛滋助人工作」文獻探討近20年來愛滋助人工作的發展,再以「愛滋助人工作的困境與挑戰」進行文獻探討,最後,為了解當前現有文獻情形,本論文在「愛滋助人工作文獻探討」中共整理4篇與愛滋助人者有關的文獻摘要介紹。 本論文研究結論,分別有「促使成為愛滋助人者的原因」、「愛滋助人工作的實務挑戰」、「愛滋助人實務挑戰的因應策略」、「因應愛滋實務挑戰的考量」、「愛滋助人者的實務建議」。 為與綜融實務觀點進行對話,亦論有「本論文與綜融實務觀點的呼應與啟發」,更周延本論文與理論之間的關係與反思。為提供後續學術研究參考,本論文末以「研究限制與未來研究建議」作結。
Because of treatment and medication innovation, HIV/AIDS now is not a dead disease. However, people living with HIV/AIDS(PLWHA) still suffer from social stigma and discrimination, and face challenges in daily life. The purpose of this master thesis is to find out the practice experiences of those who work in community rather than medical facilties. There are only few research articles in this area in Taiwan, therefore, the qualitative method was used for the study and totally 7 people working in HIV/AIDS community facilities were interviewed. ” Generalist Practice Perspective” was taken as the theoretical perspective of the thesis, i.e., three level-analyses including the micro, mezzo and macro levels. Since HIV/AIDS has become a “chronic illness”, services provided from community facilities are more important than before. The analysis framework of this study is as follows: (1) reason of being the HIV/AIDS helper, (2) the challenges of the HIV/AIDS helping practices, (3) coping strategies of the HIV/AIDS helping practices, (4) the basic criteria of judgement used in HIV/AIDS helping practices, and (5) the suggestions for HIV/AIDS helping practices.
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