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NAPWHA’s library houses HIV resources that NAPWHA and our member organisations have been a part of, including research, past projects and advocay work.

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U=U Media Guidelines: A resource for journalists reporting on HIV

Journalists and those working in the media are uniquely placed to communicate about HIV in a way that encourages understanding, promotes factual information and reduces the stigma associated with HIV. One way journalists can do this is by talking about U=U. These U=U...

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Health Literacy Framework: Project Outcomes Report

The NAPWHA HIV Health Literacy Framework (HLF) project was a three-year initiative (2019-2021) aimed to address the role of HIV health literacy in improving HIV-related health care and quality of life outcomes for all people living with HIV (PLHIV) in Australia. Through this initiative, NAPWHA engaged diverse and underrepresented and/or underserved communities in the co-design, delivery and evaluation of targeted pilot strategies and approaches tailored to their needs and based on action research findings.

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Quality of Life: Rediscovering What Matters

For World AIDS Day 2021, The National Association of People with HIV Australia (NAPWHA) and ViiV healthcare Australia held a livestream event 'Quality of life for people with HIV: Rediscovering What Matters' with a panel including Brent Allan (QThink Consulting;...

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Breastfeeding for women living with HIV in Australia

If you are living with HIV and you are pregnant or thinking about becoming pregnant, you may be thinking about breastfeeding your baby, and whether it is safe or advisable. The information in this community resource is provided for women who are living with HIV and...

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Assessing NAPWHA Engagement with PLHIV — Consultant Report

In 2021, NAPWHA engaged QThink Consulting to investigate how well it involves people living with HIV (PLHIV) in its work. To do this, QThink constructed the Assessing NAPWHA’s Engagement with PLHIV Survey. The survey was informed by Greater Involvement of People Living with HIV/AIDS (GIPA), Meaningful Involvement of PLHIV and Affected Communities (MIPA) and Meaningful Involvement of Women and Girls Living with HIV (MIWA) principles, best practice guidelines sourced from a variety of NGOs, peak bodies and advocacy organisations.

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10 Treatment Factsheet – Is it worth getting health insurance?

What are the considerations when thinking about health insurance? Unlike with other forms of insurance, private health insurers cannot refuse to insure any person, and must charge everyone the same premium for the same level of cover, despite their risk profile and likelihood of using health services. Read more about how to research which one may be right for you.

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Australian HIV Peer Support Standards

These standards are established and agreed by people living with HIV in the strong belief that those living with the condition are best placed to understand what is needed. This involvement of people living with HIV indeed underpins the peer support approach.

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