Colleagues at Hull University have approached a number of sexual health organisations regarding a research project currently taking place at the University of Hull.
Their “Positively Different” study is exploring the experiences of young people (in the age range 18-35) who have been diagnosed with HIV in the past 5 years.
The research will explore people’s experiences of diagnosis, and living with HIV: this includes the challenges and difficulties people experience, as well as the things that help people live well with HIV. We hope that the study will help to understand whether, as medical approaches to HIV have evolved, the lived experience of HIV has also evolved and changed.
The findings of this research should be of interest to people living with HIV, support organisations, and agencies providing health and social care, education and information.
You can take part in the research through taking part in a confidential online…
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