The weekly clinic, established and maintained since 2008, is run by a dedicated healthcare team comprised of doctors, nurses, counsellors and peer supporters specialising in adolescent/young adult HIV care.
What does AYA stand for?
AYA stands for Adolescent/Young Adult
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of AYA
We have 42 other meanings of AYA in our Acronym Attic
- American Youth
- Angus Young (singer)
- Assessment Year (business/tax)
- Finnair, Oyj - Finland (IATA code)
- Y-Axis Acceleration
- Abutia Youth Association (Ghana)
- Academic Year Abroad
- Acuaductos Y Alcantarillados (Costa Rican water service)
- Acute Yellow Atrophy
Samples in periodicals archive:
95 Paperback Augmentative and alternative communication RC423 Twenty-five clinicians, scholars, activists, and individuals who themselves use augmentative and alternative communication AAC, from the US, Canada, UK, and Norway, contribute 11 chapters examining diverse aspects of living as an adolescent/young adult with multiple disabilities and complex communication needs.
Among 362 patients, aged 15-25 years surveyed in an urban, adolescent/young adult medicine clinic, the rate of screening in the previous year by any health care provider averaged 40% per health-related social domain.
One difference between adolescent/young adult drinking patterns and adult drinking patterns concerns gender differences.
The study, funded by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, involved more than 500 14- to 18-year-old patients arriving for routine health care at Children's Adolescent/Young Adult Medical Clinic and more than 100 of their medical care providers.
The vivid musical examples viewed by the panelists and audience, the ability of the panelists to focus on the issues presented in the taped examples of motivating and assisting young adult students, and the very insightful audience commentary, all made for a session that productively glimpsed some of the ways teachers can take advantage of the remarkable energy and passion they confront when in the presence of their adolescent/young adult students.
Beck et al (elsewhere in this issue) review the specific therapeutic options for the adolescent/young adult with type 2 diabetes.
Adolescent/young adult grant recipients will be announced during the second week of July.