Quality of life for people with HIV is often presented as an afterthought—the ‘fourth 90’ after HIV prevention and treatment goals are met. A ground-breaking international study called Positive Perspectives 2 found that Australia leads the world on treatment satisfaction, and yet people with HIV still report much lower general and sexual wellbeing.
We 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?
We’ll hear from five panelists — all TIM (The Institute of Many) members speaking from their own lived experience as they engage with the Positive Perspectives 2 findings.
In a discussion moderated by The Institute of Many co-founder Nic Holas and NAPWHA’s Charlie Tredway, you can share your own story, and pose questions to the panel about what quality of life means for people with HIV in 2021.
The discussion won’t go nowhere: Your voices will be incorporated in an Australian Community Accord that will help shape PLHIV care and advocacy as well as directly feeding into NAPWHA’s programming as we advocate for ‘Quality of Life for All.’
This event is supported by ViiV Healthcare.
Artwork by Daniel Cordner.