AIDS Care provides a forum for publishing in one authoritative source research and reports from the many complementary disciplines involved in the AIDS/HIV field. These include, among others: psychology, sociology, epidemiology, social work and anthropology, social aspects of medicine, nursing, education, health education, law, administration, counselling (including various approaches such as behavioural therapy, psychotherapy, family therapy etc). AIDS and HIV infection, the planning of services, prevention and the fear of AIDS affects many echelons of society ranging from individuals, couples and families through to institutions and communities. A particular aim is to publish work emanating from many centres and in so doing address the global impact of AIDS. Readers of AIDS Care include Psychologists, Sociologists, Epidemiologists, Social Workers, Anthropologists, Medical Practitioners, Psychiatrists, Nurses, Health Education Teachers, Public Health Specialists, Counsellors (including various approaches such as Behavior Therapists, Psychotherapists and Family Therapists).