When it comes to ending medical racism, Columbia University's Raymond Givens, M.D., is not comfortable with ‘things will get better someday.’
For mental health providers treating LGBTQ people—youth in particular—the past 18 months have brought new challenges into clear focus.
Fearing discrimination and mistreatment, a significant number of LGBTQ folks are in no rush to get vaccinated, surveys show.
Four months after the approval of cabotegravir/rilpivirine, medical providers still face some tough questions about who might best benefit and how the medication might be covered.
New York physicians, physician assistants, and nurses may soon be required to talk about sex, gender identity, STIs, and HIV.
“This Is About Access”: COIN Is an Affirming, Holistic Pop-Up Clinic for Sex Workers in New York City
Transgender activists Cecilia Gentili and Zil Goldstein discuss the mission behind Callen-Lorde’s free health care program.
Researchers recommend PrEP programs be linked to a gender-affirming care clinic, to build trust and retain patients in care.
Two studies out of Europe aimed to give data on which patients with HIV benefit most from lipid-lowering medications, but they both ultimately concluded that better CVD risk-assessment tools—targeted specifically for PLWH—are needed.
“It’s About Our Community”: Newly Formed Science Initiative Aims to Center the Black Experience in HIV and COVID Care
Raniyah Copeland and Stephaun Wallace explain the mission and context for the Black AIDS Institute’s new Scientific Advisory Committee.
Participants on the combination were almost six times more likely to have meth-negative urine samples after six weeks than those on the placebo. They also reported a slight reduction in cravings.
When organizations commit to cultural humility at the structural level through organizational accountability, HIV care can be far more responsive, community-focused, and of higher quality.