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Mobilising community among heterosexual men living with HIV in Australia

Background: HIV notifications among heterosexual men have been increasing over the past decade, particularly among Australian-born males (Kirby, 2018). The NAPWHA Health Literacy Framework project established HetMAN a network of heterosexual men, led by Community Advocate Anth McCarthy, to articulate their health literacy needs across the HIV care continuum. This poster was presented at the Joint HIV&AIDS & Sexual Health Conference 2022.


NAPWHA agency engagement with PLHIV

NAPWHA is Australia’s peak non-government organisation representing community-based groups of people living with HIV (PLHIV). This raises some questions. Does the organisation actually represent HIV-positive communities? If so, which ones? And how well? This poster...


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;...


Re-imagining the role of the NAPWHA Treatment Outreach Network

NAPWHA's Treatment Officer Network (TON) has operated for over twenty years. During that time the treatments landscape has changed fundamentally, as treatments have become simpler and easier to take, resulting in less demand from clients for treatment advice and...


The Australian Community Accord on Quality of Life for PLHIV

The Australian Community Accord on Quality of Life for People Living with HIV: A person-centred framework for eliciting and addressing the drivers of self-perceived quality of life. This poster presented at AIDS2022 Conference (The 24th International AIDS Conference).


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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