Most healthcare settings especially in developing countries advise HIV clients to self notify their partners of their statuses or encourage them to bring their partners to providers regardless of possible negative consequences. This practice leads to minimal disclosure rates contributing to the high HIV prevalence rates. This book provides more insight on how healthcare providers can step in and assist HIV positive persons better notify their partners about their exposure while limiting negative outcomes such as partner violence. Provider referral is the most effective method in HIV partner notification therefore should be among the options offered to HIV clients during counseling to increase partner disclosure as part of a solution to limit HIV transmission. There is however need for more training and funding in order for such a program to be successfully implemented in limited resource settings.