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  • Delivery of care
    Review identifies aspects of healthcare most valued by people with HIV
    CATIE | 11 hours ago

    Researchers in the United Kingdom conducted a systematic review on the aspects of healthcare valued by people with HIV. They identified seven areas of importance for patients: relationship with their healthcare provider; expertise of their healthcare provider; access to care; receipt of information and support; coordination between the services they receive; confidentiality; and participation in their care.

  • HIV and criminal law
    Daryll Rowe guilty – but is criminal law the right way to stop the spread of HIV?
    The Conversation | 21 hours ago

    The trial has provoked much media comment, and his behaviour widespread condemnation – the details of Rowe’s actions, after all, are particularly shocking. But whatever judgement we might pass on Rowe’s behaviour from a moral or ethical perspective, the criminalisation of HIV transmission and exposure more generally raises a number of important questions, not least regarding its impact on HIV-related stigma and efforts to reduce, and ultimately eradicate, the virus.

  • HIV treatment
    Top 10 HIV Clinical Developments of 2017
    The Body Pro | 21 hours ago

    By David Alain Wohl, M.D., professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of North Carolina (UNC).

  • Behaviour change interventions
    PrEP campaigns must include youth, communities of color
    San Francisco Examiner | 22 hours ago

    Sandy Close, moderating a panel on how to close the information gap on PrEP in underserved communities, called it a “break the silence issue,” referring to the stigma and misconceptions about PrEP and HIV. Misinformation about the drug is all too rampant. Too many from communities of color believe the drug is not for them.

  • Activism
    This year's 30 charity leaders on social media: be bold to succeed
    The Guardian | 17 November 2017

    This year’s top 30 charity leaders on social media have been named, together with the winners in each of the six award categories. The annual social CEOs awards aim to encourage even more leaders to excel online, and this year’s winners, announced on 16 November at an event hosted by JustGiving, demonstrate that those willing to take risks will gain traction – even without a large budget. The top 30 are not ranked, but the overall winner is Matthew Hodson, executive director of NAM.

  • Infectiousness and treatment as prevention
    12 Gay Men Living With HIV Explain What It Means To Be Undetectable
    HuffPost | 17 November 2017

    A British LGBTQ advocacy group is hoping to clarify some misconceptions about what it means to be HIV undetectable in a quirky new video. “The Undetectables,” released Tuesday, features testimony from 12 gay men who are living with HIV.

  • Recreational drug use
    Marijuana Could Be Huge for Treating HIV
    VICE | 17 November 2017

    From inflammation to lowering levels of the virus itself, a current study hopes to demystify pot's benefits for those living with HIV.

  • HIV and criminal law
    Daryll Rowe continued to spread HIV while on bail
    Metro | 17 November 2017

    Police have come under fire over claims they put gay men in danger when they released a hairdresser on bail, allowing him to continue a campaign to deliberately infect his lovers with HIV.

  • Religion and faith
    Living with HIV and AIDS, and unwelcome in Zimbabwe's churches
    Religion News Service | 16 November 2017

    Shunned by family, scorned in state media and deemed “worse than dogs and pigs” by President Robert Mugabe, gays in Zimbabwe often find their country’s churches just as hostile.

  • HIV and criminal law
    This Is What It's Like To Be One Of The Men Infected By HIV In Britain's First Case Of Deliberate Transmission
    Buzzfeed | 16 November 2017

    Despite the nature of Rowe’s crimes, and the multiple tabloid headlines surrounding this case screaming about an already highly stigmatised condition, this is not really a story about HIV. The virus was merely Rowe’s weapon of choice. This is a story about abuse.

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Launched today, the Community Consensus Statement is a basic set of principles aimed at making sure that happens.

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