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Episode 28: Tristan Barber discusses a frailty service for people living with HIV
Advances in HIV treatment have resulted in HIV as a long-term condition and increased life expectancy. Aging with HIV can pose unique and complex challenges, including frailty vulnerabilities. This raises challenges for treatment, management, and health service access for people aging
Episode 27: Tom Nadarzynski on targeted digital ads for chlamydia screening
In Episode 27, Tom Nadarzynski, an Assistant Professor in health psychology and researcher in digital sexual health at University of Westminster in England, discusses targeted advertisement of chlamydia screening on social media. This mixed methods study first sought young women’s views towards social
Episode 26: Janey Sewell discusses chemsex
In Episode 26, Janey Sewell a research nurse and PhD student at University College London (UCL) Centre for Population Research in Sexual Health & HIV, discusses results from the Attitudes to and Understanding Risk of Acquisition of HIV (AURAH) and Attitudes to
Episode 25: Adam Jones & Zoe Couzens on PrEP and Wales
On episode 25 of the podcast I'm joined by Adam Jones and Zoe Couzens, both of whom are at Public Health Wales.
In this episode, I chat to Adam and Zoe about pre-exposure prophylaxis or PrEP. We focused on what is currently happening regarding PrEP in the Welsh context, how it all came about and where next do they think for PrEP in Wales.
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Episode 24: Katrina Roen on intersex and diverse sex development
On this episode, Katrina discusses the SENS project, which relates to the topic of intersex or diverse sex development. The SENS project is a British-Scandinavian research collaboration with collaborators at University College London Hospitals and University of Surrey.
SENS Project website: https://katravels.wixsite.com/sens
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Episode 23: Kelsey Smith of HIV Scotland on stigma
Episode 23 features Kelsey Smith, Policy & Campaigning Officer at HIV Scotland. In this episode of the podcast I chat to Kelsey about the anti-stigma work of the consortium, which has produced a strategy, road map and action plan. It's a really excellent overview of what's happening in the Scottish context. Visit www.hivscotland.com or www.zerohivstigma.scot
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