We're looking for someone who will be a key member of the team at Positively UK, who will play a pivotal role in our provision of quality and effective support for people living with HIV by leading a small team to ensure the smooth running of the organisation’s administration, finance and operations functions.
"I didn’t know I could learn so much about Power and overcoming Fear just by taking a few steps in a room. I have been working in support groups for almost 20 years, and have run innumerable sessions on self-confidence and self-esteem, and I had never seen such a palpable change in such a short time"
This World AIDS Day, read this special blog post by Bakita about the importance of making HIV activism inclusive of all people living with HIV, and the importance of not sacrificing groups that are already ‘othered’ in general society
I’ve been on my HIV treatment for a while and have become quite settled with the meds I am taking. Last week I was asked by my doctor to switch to cheaper HIV meds that she said are just as effective but will save the NHS money. Will the treatment be as good and do I have to make the change?
When people are actively involved in their own health and wellbeing, or support others to stay well, it creates value for them and the health and care system in a number of ways. The majority of this value, however, goes unrecognised by formal systems. The Realising the Value programme therefore set out to explore what ‘value’ means for people and communities, and how this can be understood most appropriately by the NHS.