living with HIV

The Art of Resilience: Photo-Stories of Inspiration and Strength Among People with HIV/AIDS

Research by Michelle Teti, DrPH; Allison Kabel, PhD; and Diane Binson, PhD

(source: http://michelleteti.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/3-teti-et-al-2014-art-and-resilience.pdf)

More on how photovoice is being used with young people in Ethiopia, Uganda, Ghana, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Indonesia at http://srhralliance.org/photovoice/

Towards Bettering HIV/AIDS Understandings: A Phenomenographic-Comparison of the Conceptions of HIV-Positive University Students in Finland and Nigeria

Thesis by Emmanuel Okwara for his Doctorate in Teacher of Education, Faculty of Behavioural Sciences, University of Helsinki, 2015

View or download the full thesis

Abstract

Introducing Life Maps as Technique in a Social Group Work Programme for Young Adults Living With HIV/AIDS

Citation

Strydom, Herman; Herbst, Alida. Introducing life maps as technique in a social group work programme for young adults living with HIV/AIDS. Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk, [S.l.], v. 43, n. 3, jun. 2014. ISSN 2312-7198. Available at: http://socialwork.journals.ac.za/pub/article/view/273

Abstract

HIV-Positive Youth Empowerment in Swaziland: An Evaluation of the Social Stigma Surrounding HIV

Citation

Aggarwal, S., & Ahmad, A. (2014). HIV-positive youth empowerment in Swaziland: An evaluation of the social stigma surrounding HIV. Student Pulse, 6(06). Retrieved from http://www.studentpulse.com/a?id=900

Summary

Turning the Camera Back: A Photovoice Project With Ugandan Children Who Are Orphaned and Living With HIV

By Bonnie Fournier, Andrea Bridge, Judy Mill, Arif Alibhai, Andrea Pritchard Kennedy, and Joseph Konde-Lule

In SAGE Open, Vol. 4, No. 2 (April–June 2014) doi:10.1177/2158244014530997

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Research Snapshot: Using the Internet to Help HIV Positive Youth

This document highlights the findings of a study by Sarah Flicker at York University in Canada. Click to see the full two pages.

(taken from www.researchimpact.ca)

My Sex Life: Info for Young Poz People

"My Sex Life is written primarily by and for young people living with HIV (poz young people) who represent a range of sexualities and gender identities. HIV is stigmatized and this can make sex and life more complicated. It can be hard to find trusted information that affirms our sexual and romantic desires. This resource addresses that challenge.

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