Background: The Health Literacy Framework project is a three-year initiative (2019-21) which aimed to improve HIV-related health literacy at the individual, community, organisational, sectoral, health system, and societal levels. It focused on engaging diverse cohorts of PLHIV who have not benefited equally from recent successes across the HIV care continuum. These included positive women, heterosexual men, people from Asian and Latin American backgrounds, and people who inject drugs. This poster was presented at the Joint HIV&AIDS & Sexual Health Conference 2022.
Developing the Health Literacy Framework – The central role of Community Advocates
NAPWHA | August 24, 2022