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  • Terrence Higgins Trust’s It Starts With Me campaign voted BMA’s Best Overall Resource

    It Starts With Me, a seminal ‘supercampaign’ aiming to cut new HIV infections in the UK, was named the BMA’s Patient Resource of the Year at this week’s BMA Patient Information Awards.

    25 September 2017 | Charity Today
  • How we made the Don't Die of Ignorance Aids campaign

    "With the TV advert we knew we had about 40 seconds to get people’s attention. That’s not enough time to explain anything complex – we just needed viewers to make sure they read the leaflets that would be arriving through their door. Scaring people was deliberate."

    05 September 2017 | The Guardian
  • What's Reckless About a Campaign to Prevent HIV?

    F*ck w/out Fear is the tagline of the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s new campaign to raise awareness about pre-exposure prophylaxis. We should be lauding a campaign that’s helping to boost awareness and the use of PrEP rather than taking its tagline out of context and complaining about language some find vulgar.

    03 April 2017 | The Advocate
  • Frame PrEP as part of a ‘healthy sex life’ for better adherence

    Brief, empowering messaging around pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) can lead to better medication adherence, new research has found. When PrEP counselors framed PrEP as part of a healthy sex life, new PrEP clients were significantly more likely to have high levels of adherence to the medication. This was true even among demographics that typically struggle with adherence including young people and people of color.

    27 March 2017 | BETA blog
  • New ACON campaign shows there's now more to safe sex than just condoms

    Whilst condoms are mainstay of preventing HIV infections, ACON is sending a message that with options such as PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) becoming more commonplace and UVL (undetectable viral load) a common catchphrase, there are other approaches to preventing transmission that don’t always involve a condom.

    13 February 2017 | Gay News Network
  • Why Nobody's Funding the HIV-Prevention Strategy Ten Times More Effective than PrEP

    "I've seen funding go towards PrEP, and reluctance to fund programs that promote the full benefits of viral suppression," Bruce Richman says. "Funders don't want to do something that's risky. We were told by one foundation they wouldn't fund us because they were concerned about being sued." Richman says that a major goal of undetectability awareness campaigns is to educate healthcare professionals.

    23 January 2017 | Vice
  • Blunt new PrEP campaign urges folks to 'F*ck Without Fear'

    The Los Angeles LGBT Center is using raw and real language in its latest safe-sex campaign: ‘F*ck w/out Fear, PrEP Here.’ The bold new campaign includes a billboard in the heart of West Hollywood.

    09 January 2017 | Gay Star News
  • French HIV-prevention campaign for gay men heads to court

    Conservative mayors are trying to censor a French government campaign advocating safe sex among gay men, and the country’s health minister is taking them to court.

    23 November 2016 | Politico
  • Apps and Social Media Can Reach High-Risk HIV Populations

    Mobile applications and social media platforms can be cheap and effective ways to deliver messages about HIV testing and adherence to therapy to people at high risk for HIV, experts said here at HIV Drug Therapy 2016.

    31 October 2016 | Medscape (requires free registration)
  • Why some organizations are slow to adopt the undetectable = uninfectious message

    We need to somehow get a grip on what these messages mean for people, and the implications of our messaging. That, I think, will involve some reflection on how we use and interpret scientific findings and our comfort levels with risk.

    06 September 2016 | Positive Lite
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