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PWA

abbr.
1. person with AIDS
2. Public Works Administration

PWA

abbreviation for person with AIDS.

PWA

Abbrev. for person with AIDS.
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The statement included examples of atrocities committed against PWAs over the past two months.
However, this conclusion may not be applicable to home- and community-based waivers designed for PWAs for at least three reasons.
An evaluation of this scheme found that 44 per cent of the work now conducted in PWAs was previously done on an underground basis, and 84 per cent of users of the PWA were glad not to have to turn to the underground economy (de Sutter, 2000).
Even if companies opt for a long-term outsourced cleaning strategy, they should maintain some cleaning capabilities for stencils, incoming printed wiring boards and components and problem PWAs.
The recommended model includes the four essential factors involved in considering work for PWAs (medical, financial/legal, psychosocial, and vocational).
The majority of articles that focused on HIV/AIDS among gay men either presented information about the disease or described various aspects of treatment for PWAs and their loved ones (Table 3).
I found that many of the wider illness schemata identified in my earlier studies (4) were also being applied by many of the NGO staff working with PWAs.
It is important to stress that middle-income countries are the very countries that do have a minimum level of infrastructure that would enable them to implement wide-scale treatment programs and to reach a significant proportion of PWAs quickly if the medicines were available and affordable today.
Case Management Services: coordinated direct services to PWAs, including assessing and evaluating needs and monitoring referrals to other HIV service providers.
Furthermore, there are clear indications that contact, attitudes and knowledge may influence interactions with PWAs (Werth & Lord, 1992).
And the cardinal personally attended to a number of PWAs.
The authors find that in New Jersey, only about one-third of PWAs on Medicaid used home care--either from nurses or paraprofessionals such as home health aides and personal care assistants.