Join a ‘Townhall’ webinar event: Have your say about what good quality of life means for people living with HIV in Australia
NAPWHA and The Institute of Many (TIM) invite you to join us on Wed 23 June at 6:30 PM AEST (Sydney & Melbourne time) for a town hall-style conversation to ask: ‘What does good quality of life mean for people with HIV in Australia?’
On 4 May, NAPWHA and Positive Women Victoria host a national online community event for for women living with HIV to learn about the latest advice and guidance on breastfeeding. This forum will be moderated by Heather Ellis, co-author of Breastfeeding for women living with HIV in Australia resource (soon to be published in May 2021) and is joined by speakers available to answer your questions about breastfeeding.
In May, June and July 2021, NAPWHA are inviting community members to our ‘Community Conversations’, which is part of larger project called the Health Literacy Framework Project. This project aims to better understand the experiences and needs of all people living with...
In this video recorded as part of Kirby Institute Seminar Series (UNSW Sydney) on 30 March 2021, Aaron Cogle, NAPWHA Executive Director, talks about the important role people with HIV play in HIV-related research and where the gaps are in our current understanding.
On 26 March 2021, NAPWHA hosted a community interactive webinar discussing data from the ViiV Positive Perspectives 2 (PP2) study created to generate insights into the unmet needs of people living with HIV (PLHIV). It is one of the largest global, HIV patient-reported...
Our 2021 theme ‘Taking Control of Our Health’, reminds all women, regardless of our HIV status, to focus on our own health and wellbeing on the 6th National Day of Women Living with HIV.