HIV-Stigma and Daily Life for Men Living in Ireland
Feb29

HIV-Stigma and Daily Life for Men Living in Ireland

Eoin Hennessy of NUI Galway has been given ethical clearance and the go-ahead for this valuable new research. If you can, please help us to help him by completing this anonymous survey (click button below): Stigma surrounding HIV continues to be a significant issue for people living with HIV, despite improvements in treatment. Some research has been carried out in this area, but a gap in the research is how stigma affects the daily...

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3rd National Conference for People Living with HIV
Dec19

3rd National Conference for People Living with HIV

Saturday, February 1st, 2020  Ashling Hotel, Dublin 7 The goal of this conference is to bring together a community of people living with HIV to inspire, motivate, and create a strong sense of solidarity. Please note: This conference is only for people living with...

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Beyond Suppression
Oct21

Beyond Suppression

A Community Forum For People Living With...

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My Personal Journey: A  course for People Living with HIV
Aug14

My Personal Journey: A course for People Living with HIV

My Personal Journey is a six-session course designed for people living with HIV who want to explore and develop who they truly are. It will be facilitated by John Paul O’Brien (PG. Dip. Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy) and hosted by Positive Now, the All-Ireland Network of People Living with HIV. Thurs. Sept. 19th – Accepting Who I Am             Thurs. Oct....

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Women LWHIV
Jul08

Women LWHIV

Would you like to take part in a study to talk about your experience as a woman living with HIV? An exploration of how shame features in the narratives of women living with HIV. What is involved? You will be asked to meet with me, Ellie, to tell the story of your HIV experience. The interview will explore (but you are not obliged to discuss) your experiences of: The psychological/ social aspects of living with HIV, including whether...

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