Housing, social support, and HIV transmissibility among people who use drugs; concerning hepatitis C incidence trends in France; frailty among people aging with HIV; untreated HIV and brain atrophy.
Vincent Dumez founded a program that recognizes that a person's experiential knowledge gained from living with a disease is of equal importance to the healthcare professional's scientific knowledge.
Whether a local HIV outbreak in Tijuana, Mexico, may be related to police activity; PrEP and stigma in hookup apps; HIV, aging, and the immune system; cannabis as a systemic anti-inflammatory.
"Helping People Access PrEP: A Frontline Provider Manual on PrEP Research, Care and Navigation" provides a wide range of information to aid the daily work that frontline staff engage in to support PrEP access and adherence.
Community-based organizations and AIDS service organizations that helped serve and save so many lives of people with HIV for over 30 years are now struggling financially and organizationally.
"Are yearly comprehensive physical exams a waste of time in people with HIV, or do higher rates of cancer and other clinical conditions merit more intense screening?" writes Tim Lahey, M.D.
Free Training for Community-Based Service Providers on Engaging People Living With HIV in Employment Services
"Getting to Work", a free and self-paced training curriculum, is focused on incorporating employment assistance into the service package of AIDS service organizations and housing providers.
Jamie Grant, Ph.D., explains why and how to overcome human resource biases and "best practices" that can maintain the predominantly white, cis male status quo in HIV organizations.
The 2017 Synchronicity Conference, a national conference that focuses on HIV and hepatitis C, also addressed LGBT health for the first time this year.
Essential Elements of a Revised National Health Care Policy for LGBT People and People Living With HIV
A new policy brief outlines the essential elements of a revised national health insurance strategy to ensure that LGBT people and people living with HIV have broad access to health insurance.