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Women Know Best

Women Know Best Report

This report presents the findings of the evaluation of Positively UK’s Gay & Bisexual Men’s Project, our project to empower gay and bisexual men to achieve effective self-management and independent living with HIV. The evaluation was carried out at the end of year two of the three-year project, and was informed by quantitative and qualitative data.
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Women Know Best

Women Know Best Report

Key findings of this report:
  • Improve the mental health of women living with HIV by providing well integrated health and social care services, including peer support, which address holistically the specific needs of women.
  • Commission innovative projects that promote the active and meaningful engagementof women living with HIV in the design and delivery of policy and programmes at community and national levels.
  • Train frontline health and social care staff in recognising signs ...
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Dealing with HIV Diagnosis Positively UK

Would you like to meet somebody else who lives with HIV?

By Chris Buckley, Positively UK’s Peer Navigator based at Homerton Hospital This is the question that anyone diagnosed with HIV at Homerton Hospital is asked.  I work as a Peer Navigator at the Clifden Centre and having lived with HIV for 16 years I am well equipped to talk to patients about what it actually means to live with the virus.  The news we can give to people with HIV ...
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