Added on 22 Jul 2010
Last updated on 14 Jun 2011
Authors: By Anat Rosenthal, PhD; Reviewed by Sophie Beauvais and Peter Ehrenkranz, MD
In its Living 2008: The Positive Leadership Summit Report, the Global Network of People living with HIV: GNP+ defines positive prevention (PP) as “an approach to prevention that seeks to increase the psychosocial well-being of people living with HIV (PLHIV) and encourage solidarity amongst and for PLHIV” and has been recommended by UNAIDS (the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS) since 2005.
In this discussion, members exchange information about new and ongoing studies on PP interventions in naïve HIV positive populations for risk reduction (sexual, PMTCT, disclosure, HIV testing, and discordant partners or with unknown HIV status) in South Africa, Uganda, Rwanda, Canada and the U.S.A
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