Models of Care

Models of Care Research

It is important that HIV positive people have the best possible care and there are different models of care that need to be understood, including the role that peer support plays in care practices.  Here are some articles that address this issue. 

Linkage to Care Project: Report Identifying the Barriers and Facilitators for People living with HIV to Treatment and Care

Rule, J., Ellard, J.,& Cogle, A. (2018). Linkage to Care Project: Report Identifying the Barriers and Facilitators for People living with HIV to Treatment and Care. National Association of People with HIV Australia.

Belonging, social connection and non‐clinical care: Experiences of HIV peer support among recently diagnosed people with HIV

Wells, N., Philpot, S. P., Murphy, D., Ellard, J., Howard, C., Rule, J., Fairley, C., Prestage, G., & RISE Study Team (2022). Belonging, social connection and non-clinical care: Experiences of HIV peer support among recently diagnosed people living with HIV in Australia. Health & Social Care in the Community, 30, e4793–e4801. https://doi.org/10.1111/hsc.13886

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