BAOJ HIV

Bioaccent Online Publishing

About the Journal

The BAOJ HIV journal focuses on the clinical, educational, and social care of HIV-affected people. It takes care of policies on meeting the psychosocial requirements of their caregivers and partners. The magazine also focuses on publishing the extraordinary advances in understanding HIV science, its medical development, and management alternatives.

The BAOJ HIV journal publishes articles on palliative treatment, anti-retroviral treatment, and public health guiding principles to prevent the spread of the virus. The goal of the HIV journal is to make healthcare professionals know the way to diagnose the disease and treat it effectively. People also highly benefitted from reading this journal of HIV because it aids them considerably in understanding the root cause of the disease.

The journal of BAOJ HIV publishes premium articles on the most recent advances in the analysis and treatment of HIV immunological disorders. The journal happens to be a leading open-access resource for the distribution of knowledge through advocating quality in research and improving the medical practice of AIDS care and deterrence.

The BAOJ HIV journal offers ways to promote communication and support among mental health providers, social workers, and other providers of social services. It also publishes HIV social work practices through ongoing education programs, advocating the policies to meet the psychosocial necessities of people living with HIV. Additionally, the magazine publishes the latest information as well as new research in the HIV field, assisting HIV infected families and caregivers know more about the disease and the treatments available,

The journal of BAOJ HIV publishes the highest professional principles and morals in the social work practice in the HIV field. It also publishes original research, professional reviews by the concerned clinicians on the scientific progression of HIV treatments. Moreover, the journal focuses on educating the readers on the practical application of the present understanding of that acquaintance with medical practice and the challenges to deliver them.

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Impact Factor: 1.4
  • Antiretroviral Therapy
  • Co-infections
  • Disease Surveillance
  • Drug Resistance
  • Harm Reduction
  • Health Communication
  • HIV- Associated Neurocognitive Disorders
  • HIV associative Cancer
  • HIV Eradication Strategies
  • HIV Latency and Reactivation
  • HIV Prevention
  • HIV Vaccines
  • Immune Activation
  • Immune Correlates Analysis
  • Immune-Deficiencies
  • Pediatric HIV
  • Pharmacology of Antiretroviral Agents
  • Physical Activity Associated with HIV
  • Population Health
  • Risk Analysis and Modeling
  • Risk Behaviors
  • Risk Reduction
  • Sexually Transmitted Infection
  • Viral Taxonomy

Latest Articles

Prevalence and Associated Risk Factors of Opportunistic Intestinal Parasites among HIV Positive and Negative Individuals in South Ethiopia: A Case Control Study

Introduction: Cryptosporidium, Isospora and Cyclospora are the most known opportunistic intestinal infections that frequently causes diarrhea in patients with AIDS. ...

Nevirapine-induced Hepatotoxicity in HIV Patients Attending Care and Treatment Clinics in Tanzania

The aim of the study was to determine the prevalence of hepatotoxicity in HIV-infected patients using nevirapine-containing antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) in comparison with those using efavirenz-based ARVs. ...

Higher CD4 Count Poses HIV Positive Patients to Greater Risk of Articular Manifestations - a Vision from Eastern India

HIV infection affects all systems and the musculoskeletal system is no exception. Till date no study has shown any association between articular manifestations and CD4 count. Our aim was to explore distributions and contributing factors of HIV related articular manifestations along with CD4+T cell count in ART naïve patients. ...

Nevirapine-induced Hepatotoxicity in HIV Patients Attending Care and Treatment Clinics in Tanzania

The aim of the study was to determine the prevalence of hepatotoxicity in HIV-infected patients using nevirapine-containing antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) in comparison with those using efavirenz-based ARVs. ...