Tag Archives: HIV

On SAGE Insight: Mobile phone messaging to promote uptake of HIV testing among migrant African communities in the UK

Special Issue: Health, Education and Migration – Guest Editor: Felicity Thomas, Elaine Chase and Peter Aggleton  From Health Education Journal African communities are a focus of public health efforts to increase uptake of HIV testing. Low levels of HIV testing … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Leading Sexual Health Specialist calls for HIV prevention PrEP to be “available now”: to prevent unnecessary infections and costs to the NHS

  Editorial title: Pre-exposure prophylaxis as HIV prevention in the UK From Therapeutic Advances in Chronic Disease Following the decision by NHS England to not make pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) available to HIV-negative persons in England at risk of acquiring HIV, … Continue reading

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Identity, outness, and sexual risk among gay and bisexual men

Identity formation, outness, and sexual risk among gay and bisexual men From American Journal of Men’s Health More than three decades since the first reports of HIV/AIDS, the burden of the epidemic in the United States remains centered on men … Continue reading

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Nonengagement in HIV Care

Nonengagement in HIV Care A Descriptive and Qualitative Study in Hospitalized Patients and Community-Based Analysis From Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (JIAPAC) The population with known diagnosed HIV infection in the United States that is not … Continue reading

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