research network on HIV/AIDS & the elderly: links to studies 1999 – present (0108)

Research Network on HIV/AIDS and the Elderly

The list consists of published and unpublished studies by network members that examine impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on older persons. If your publications or reports in this area are not yet listed or if you have new ones please send the citation to us to add to the list.

AIDS and Older Persons: Studies of the Impact in Thailand and Cambodia is another collection of related publications from InfoShare.

2009

Nankwanga A, Phillips JS, and Stella N. Forthcoming. 2009. “Exploring and curbing the effects of HIV/AIDS on elderly people in Uganda.” Journal of Community and Health Sciences (To be present at the WCPT-Africa conference in Ghana in July 2010.)

2008

Nankwanga A. 2008. Exploration of the living experiences, needs and problems of the elderly in Uganda: implication for policy and programming. (Presented a paper at a conference that was organized by HelpAge international in Uganda.)

2006

Kakooza J, and Kimuna S. 2006. “HIV/AIDS Orphans’ Education in Uganda The Changing Role of Older People.” Journal of Intergenerational Relationships Vol. 3 No. 4, PP 63-81.

Clark S. 2006. Demographic Impacts of the HIV Epidemic and Consequences of Population-wide Treatment of HIV for the Elderly: Results from Microsimulation. in Aging in Sub-Saharan Africa: Recommendations for Furthering Research. B. Cohen, J. Menken, Ed. Washington D.C.: The National Academies Press. [Full Text]

Helpage International .. 2006. Ageing in Africa. HelpAge International. [Full Text]

Hosegood V, and Timaeus I. 2006. HIV/AIDS and Older People in South Africa. in Aging in Sub-Saharan Africa: Recommendations for Furthering Research. B. Cohen and J. Menken, Ed. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. [Full Text]

Knodel J, and Zimmer Z. 2006. Older Persons, AIDS Knowledge, and Willingness to Provide Care in an Impoverished Nation: Evidence from Cambodia. PSC Research Report 06-602. Population Studies Center, University of Michigan. [Full Text]

Knodel J, Zimmer Z, Kiry KS, and Puch S. 2006. The Impact of Aids on Older-age Parents in Cambodia. PSC Research Report 06-594. [Full Text]

Knodel J. Forthcoming. 2006. “Parents of Persons with AIDS: Unrecognized Contributions and Unmet Needs.” Journal of Global Ageing

Knodel J. 2006. Poverty and the Impact of AIDS on Older Persons: Evidence from Cambodia and Thailand. PSC Research Report 06-597. [Full Text]

Merli M, and Palloni A. 2006. The HIV/AIDS Epidemic, Kin Relations, Living Arrangements, and the Elderly in South Africa. in Aging in Sub-Saharan Africa: Recommendations for Furthering Research.B. Cohen, J. Menken, Ed. The National Academies Press. [Full Text]

VanLandingham M, and Meekers D. 2006. HIV/AIDS and Population. in Encyclopedia of Sociology. G. Ritzer, Ed. Oxford: Blackwell Books.

2005

Knodel J, and Saengtienchai C. 2005. “Older Aged Parents: The Final Safety Net for Adults Sons and Daughters with AIDS in Thailand.” Journal of Family Issues 26(5): 665-698. (Also issued as Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report 02-503. May 2002.)

Schatz E. 2005. Taking Care of My Own Blood: Older Women’s Relationships to their Households in the Agincourt Sub-District. POP2005-08, PAC 2005-06. CU Institute of Behavioral Science Population Program & Population Aging Center Working Paper.

Floyd S, Marston M, Hosegood V, Scholten F, and Zaba B. 2005. “HIV and Orphanhood, Final Report on Phase 3.” UNICEF .

Gwebu TD. 2005. Gender, HIV/AIDS, and Household Dynamics in Old Naledi-Gabarone. in Gender, Generations, and Urban Living Conditions in Southern Africa. M. Mapetla, F. Kalabamu, A. Schlyter, Ed. Institute of Southern African Studies, National University of Lesotho. pp. 53-56.

Helpage International, Save the Children UK, Institute of Development Studies. 2005. Making cash count: Lessons from cash transfer schemes in east and southern Africa for supporting the most vulnerable children and households. [Full Text]

HelpAge International. 2005. AIDS: the frontline: Supporting older carers of people living with HIV/AIDS and orphaned children in Mozambique, South Africa and Sudan, 2005. in HelpAge International Online [Full Text]

HelpAge International. 2005. Coping with Love: Older people and HIV/AIDS in Thailand. [Full Text]

Hosegood V, and Timaeus I. 2005. “The impact of adult mortality on the living arrangements of older people in rural South Africa.” Ageing and Society 25: 431–444.

King S, Gachuhi M, Ice G, Cattell M, and Whittington F. 2005. “Gerontology education and research in Kenya: Establishing a U.S.-African Partnership in Aging.” Gerontology and Geriatrics Education26(1): 117-135.

Madhavan S, and Schatz E. 2005. Household Structural and Compositional Change in the Agincourt Sub-District: 1992-2003. POP2005-09, PAC 2005-07. CU Institute of Behavioral Science Population Program & Population Aging Center Working Paper. [Full Text]

Moore AR, and Henry D. 2005. “Experiences of Older Informal Caregivers to People Living with HIV/AIDS in Lome, Togo.” Ageing International 30(2):147-166.

Qin X, Fan L, and Ye Y. 2005. “Impacts of HIV/AIDS on the Older Persons in China.” BOLD 15(3).

Schatz E, and Ogunmefun C. 2005. Caring and Contributing: The Role of Older Women in Multi-generational Households in the HIV/AIDS era. POP2005-04, PAC 2005-03. CU Institute of Behavioral Science Population Program & Population Aging Center Working Paper. [Full Text]

Scholten F. 2005. “Toolkit: Participatory needs assessment and response planning for orphans and their families, for NGO TANESA ‘Tanzania Essential Strategies Against AIDS” .” UNICEF and Community REACH/USAID .

VanLandingham M, Im-em W, and Saengtienchai C. Forthcoming. 2005. “Access to Treatment and Care Associated with HIV Infection among Members of AIDS Support Groups in Thailand.” AIDSCARE(Also issued as Population Studies Center Research Report No. 02-530, November 2002.)

VanLandingham M, Im-em W, and Saengtienchai C. 2005. “Community Reaction to Persons with HIV/AIDS and their Parents in Thailand.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 46(4): 392-410. (Also issued as University of Michigan, Population Studies Center Research Report No. 02-530, November 2002.)

Zimmer Z, and Dayton J. Forthcoming. 2005. Older adults in Sub-Saharan Africa living with children and granchildren. Population Studies

2004

Kakooza J. 2004. HIV/AIDS AND THE CHANGING ROLE OF THE AGED. Understanding The Role, Constraints And Consequences for the Elderly as Providers of Education to Children Orphaned By HIV/AIDS. (Conference Paper.)

Araya T, Reniers G, Schaap A, Kebede D, Nagelkerke N, Coutinho R, and Sanders E. 2004. “Lay diagnosis of causes of death for monitoring AIDS mortality in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.” Tropical Medicine and International Health 19(1): 178-186.

HelpAge International and International HIV/AIDS Alliance. 2004. Building Blocks: Africa-wide briefing notes: Supporting Older Carers. [Full Text]

Helpage International, International HIV/AIDS Alliance. 2004. Building blocks: Africa-wide briefing notes – supporting older carers. in HelpAge International Online [Full Text]

Helpage International, International HIV/AIDS Alliance. 2004. Forgotten Families: Older people as carers of orphans and vulnerable children. in HelpAge International Online

Helpage International. 2004. Ageing & Development. in HelpAge International Online 16. [Full Text]

HelpAge International. 2004. The cost of love: Older people in the fight against AIDS in Tanzania.[Full Text]

Knodel J, and Im-em W. 2004. “The Economic Consequences for Parents of Losing an Adult Child to AIDS: Evidence from Thailand.” Social Science & Medicine 59(5): 987-1001. (Also issued as Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report 02-504. October 2003.)

Knodel J, and Saengtienchai C. 2004. AIDS and Older Persons: The View from Thailand. in Living Longer. Ageing, development and Social protection. P. Lloyd-Sherlock, Ed. London: ZED. pp. 249-274. (Also issued as Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report 02-497, February 2002.)

McIlwaine C, and Datta K. 2004. “Endangered youth? Youth, gender and sexualities in urban Botswana.” Gender, Place, and Culture 11 (4): 483-512.

Watkins S, and Chimwaza A. 2004. “Giving Care to People with Symptoms of AIDS in Rural Malawi.”AIDSCARE 16(7): 795-807.

2003

HelpAge International. 2003. Forgotten families: older people caring for orphans and vulnerable children affected by HIV/AIDS. [Full Text]

HelpAge International. 2003. HIV/AIDS and ageing: a briefing paper. [Full Text]

HelpAge International. 2003. The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Older People in Cambodia. [Full Text]

Kespichayawattana J, and VanLandingham M. 2003. “Health Impacts of co-residence with and care giving to persons with HIV/AIDS (PHAs) on older parents in Thailand.” Journal of Nursing Scholarship35(3): 217-224. (Also issued as University of Michigan, Population Studies Center Research Report No. 02-527, September 2002.)

Knodel J, and VanLandingham M. 2003. “Return Migration in the Context of Parental Assistance in the AIDS Epidemic: The Thai Experience.” Social Science & Medicine 57(2): 327-342. (Also issued as Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report 01-492. November 2001.)

Knodel J, VanLandingham M, Saengtienchai C, Im-em W, and Kespichayawattana J. 2003. Data Collection Strategies for Studying the Impacts of AIDS on Older Parents: Lessons from Research in Thailand. PSC Research Report No. 03-537. Population Studies Center, University of Michigan.

Knodel J, Watkins S, and VanLandingham M. 2003. “AIDS and Older Persons: An International Perspective.” JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes and Human Retrovirology33:S153-S165. (Supplement 2 Also issued as Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report No. 02-495, January 2002.)

Nyambedha EO, Wandibba S, and Aagaard-Hansen J. 2003. “Retirement Lost- the new role of the elderly as caretakers for orphans in western Kenya.” Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology (18): 33-52.

Sanders E, Araya T, Kebede D, Schaap A, Nagelkerke N, and Coutinho R. 2003. “Mortality impact of AIDS in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.” AIDS 17, 1209-1216.

VanLandingham M, and Knodel J. 2003. Sex and the Single (Older) Guy: Sexual Lives of Older Unmarried Thai Men During the AIDS Era. PSC Research Report No. 03-536. Population Studies Center, University of Michigan.

Wachter K, Knodel J, and VanLandingham M. 2003. “Parental Bereavement: Heterogeneous Impacts of AIDS in Thailand.” Journal of Econometrics 112: 193-206. (Also issued as Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report 01-493, November 2001.)

Zimmer Z, and Dayton J. 2003. The Living arrangements of older adults in sub-Saharan Africa during a time of HIV/AIDS. PRD Research Report No. 169. Policy Research Division Working Papers Series. (http://www.popcouncil.org/pdfs/wp/169.pdf.)

2002

HelpAge International. 2002. HIV/AIDS and older people: the African situation. [Full Text]

Im-em W, VanLandingham M, Knodel J, and Saengtienchai C. 2002. “HIV/AIDS-related Knowledge and Attitudes: A Comparison of Older Persons and Young Adults in Thailand.” AIDS Education and Prevention 14: 246-262. (Also issued as Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report No. 01-464.)

Knodel J, and VanLandingham M. 2002. “The Impact of the AIDS Epidemic on Older Persons.” AIDS 16 (suppl 4): S77-S83.

Knodel J, Im-em W, Saengtienchai C, VanLandingham M, and Kespichayawattana J. 2002. The Impact of an Adult Child’s Death due to AIDS on Older-aged Parents: Results from a Direct Interview Survey. IPSC Research Report No. 266. Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University; Thailand. (Also issued as Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report 02-498, April 2002.)

Kongsin S, Watts C, and Jiamton S. 2002. Patterns of support service utilization by households with HIV/AIDS chronically ill adults: evidence from upper-north Thailand.

Kongsin S, Watts C, and Jiamton S. 2002. The impact of chronic HIV/AIDS morbidity on the economic well being of household: evidence from Phayao, Thailand.

van der Geest S. 2002. “It is a tiresome work.” Love and sex in the life of an elderly woman in Kwahu, Ghana. in Living and ‘curing’ old age in the world, Vol. 4. A. Guerci & S. Consigliere, Ed. Genova: Erga Edizioni. pp. 403-21.

Wachter K, Knodel J, and VanLandingham M. 2002. “AIDS and the Elderly of Thailand: Projecting Familial Impacts.” Demography 39(1): 25-41. (Also issued as Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report 00-446, May 2000.)

2001

van der Geest S. 2001. ““No strength”: Sex and old age in a rural town in Ghana.” Social Science & Medicine 53 (10): 1383-96.

Im-em W, VanLandingham M, Knodel J, and Saengtienchai C. 2001. Knowledge and Attitudes of Older People about HIV/AIDS in Thailand: A Comparison with Young Adults. IPSC Research Report No. 257. Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University, Thailand. (Also issued as Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report No. 01-464, 2001.)

Knodel J, and Chayovan N. 2001. “Sexual Activity among the Older Population in Thailand: Evidence from a Nationally Representative Survey.” Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology 16(2): 173-200. (Also issued as Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report 00-445, May 2000.)

Knodel J, Saengtienchai C, Im-em W, and VanLandingham M. 2001. “The Impact of AIDS on Parents and Families in Thailand: A Key Informant Approach.” Reseach on Aging 23(6): 633-670.

Knodel J, VanLandingham M, Saengtienchai C, and Im-em W. 2001. “Older People and AIDS: Quantitative Evidence of the Impact in Thailand.” Social Science & Medicine 52 (9): 1313-1327. (Also issued as Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report 00-443, January 2000.)

Kongsin S, Jiamton S, Watts C, and Boonthum A. 2001. “Conducting a household survey on economic impact of chronic HIV/AIDS morbidity in rural Thailand.” Journal of Health Science 10(2): 276-289.

Saengtienchai C, and Knodel J. 2001. Parents providing care to adult sons and daughters with HIV/AIDS in Thailand. UNAIDS Case Study, Best Practice Collection Geneva: UNAIDS. (Also issued as “Parental Caregiving to Adult Children with Aids: A Qualitative Analysis of Circumstances and Consequences in Thailand.” Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report 01-481, July 2001.)

VanLandingham M, and Im-em W. 2001. Living with HIV/AIDS in Thailand: Results from a Self-administered Survey. PSC Research Report No. 01-488. Population Studies Center, University of Michigan.

2000

Knodel J, Saengtienchai C, Im-em W, and VanLandingham M. 2000. The Impact of Thailand’s AIDS Epidemic on Older Persons: Quantitative Evidence from a Survey of Key Informants. IPSC Research Report No. 252. Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University, Thailand. (Also issued as Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report 00-448, July 2000.)

Kongsin S, Sirinirund P, and Jiamton S et al. 2000. The economic impact of HIV/AIDS on households in rural Thailand: The analysis of household coping strategies.

VanLandingham M, Knodel J, Im-em W, and Saengtienchai C. 2000. “The Impacts of HIV/AIDS on Older Populations in Developing Countries: Some observations based upon the Thai Case.” Journal of Family Issues 21 (6): 777-805. (Also issued as Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Research Report 99-441, October 1999 (Revised June 2000).)

1999 and earlier

Kamolratanakul P, Sawert H, and Kongsin S et al. 1999. “Economic Impact of Tuberculosis at the household level.” INT J TUBERC LUNG DIS 3(7): 596-602. (Awarded the Franz Redeker Prize at the 29th World Conference of the IUATLD, November 1998, in Bangkok, Thailand.)

Kongsin S, Cameron C, Suebsaeng L, and Shepard D. 1998. Levels and Determinants of expenditure on HIV/AIDS in Thailand. Confronting AIDS : Evidence from the Developing Words pp 297-305.

Kongsin S. 1997. The Economic Impact of HIV/AIDS Mortality on Households in Rural. in No Place for Borders: The HIV/AIDS Epidemic and Development in Asia and the Pacific. Godfrey Linge and Doug Porter, Ed. St. Martins Press. xxii+191. pp 89-102.

Pitayanon S, and Kongsin S et al. 1997. The Economic Impact of HIV/AIDS Mortality on Households in Thailand. in The Economics of HIV and AIDS. D. Bloom and P. Godwin, Ed. Oxford University Press. pgs 53-101.

Kongsin S. 1995. “Economic Impact of HIV/AIDS on Households in Rural Thailand.” Journal of Health Science 4 (4). (333-344.)

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