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Client-led care in HIV: perspectives from community and practice

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Crawford, D, Allan, B, Cogle, A, Brown, G. Client-led care in HIV: perspectives from community and practice. HIV Med. 2021; 22 (Suppl 1): 3– 14.  While current antiretroviral and care strategies can effectively suppress HIV, achieving optimal quality of life (QoL) requires a wider consideration of clients’ well-being, the complexity of individuals’ lives and social determinants of health. The...

Consensus statement on the role of health systems in advancing the long-term well-being of PLHIV

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NAPWHA (National Association of people with HIV Australia), July 2021 Despite access to effective ART and viral suppression, people living with HIV often report poor well-being and health-related quality of life. A multidisciplinary panel of 44 global HIV experts articulate how health systems can advance the long-term well-being of people living with HIV by addressing multi-morbidity, health...

People with HIV are at higher risk of ageing-related genetic changes

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Kirby Institute,  released June 2021 Forty years after the first diagnosis of HIV/AIDS, Australian scientists from the Kirby Institute at UNSW Sydney and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre have uncovered a vital link in the relationship between HIV and ageing. The results were published in the journal Nature Medicine. In this world-leading study, the research team evaluated age-related genetic...

“I’m never having sex with anybody ever again”: what helps PLHIV get over these feelings

nam/aidsmap, 27 January 2020 For people living with HIV, sexual adjustment after diagnosis is affected by fears of transmitting the virus and of possible rejection by sexual partners, new qualitative research shows. Healthy sexual adjustment over time is facilitated by partner acceptance; peer, community and professional support; and up-to-date knowledge of HIV transmission, including U=U...

Closing the Gap report 2020 shows only two targets on track

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ABC, 12/02/2020 The 12th Closing the Gap report, tabled in Parliament today, shows Aboriginal children still trail far behind non-Indigenous children in literacy, numeracy and writing skills. The report also shows the country is on track to meet just two of seven government targets to reduce the disparity in health, education and employment outcomes. Gains in Indigenous health have been the same...

SHINE SA Media Release: World AIDS Day – Every Journey Counts

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SHINE SA,  November 21, 2019 World AIDS Day is marked on 1 December each year, to raise awareness across the world and in the community about the issues surrounding HIV and AIDS. It is a day to show support for people living with HIV and to commemorate loved ones who we have lost to the epidemic. The day also aims to encourage Australians to educate themselves and others about HIV and to ensure...

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