Positive Perspectives Wave 1 survey
The first wave of the Positive Perspectives research involved 1,111 people living with HIV from nine countries - Australia, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK and the US. An additional survey was conducted with 250 partners of people living with HIV. The key domains covered in Wave 1 were:
- Sharing status
- Managing treatment
- Communication between people living with HIV and their healthcare providers
READ POSITIVE PERSPECTIVES WAVE 1 ARTICLES:
Read the introduction to the Positive Perspectives survey (Wave 1) from Dr Bruno Spire, member of the Positive Perspectives Steering Committee, launched at the IAS conference in 2017.
Positive Perspectives results reveal experiences of HIV diagnosis and disclosure: 9th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2017)
Read about preliminary data from the Positive Perspectives survey (Wave 1) launched at the IAS conference in 2017.
Positive Perspectives data highlight concerns of people living with HIV: 16th European AIDS Conference (EACS 2017)
Read about Positive Perspectives survey (Wave 1) with data specifically looking at the experience of people living with HIV in Europe and their views on HIV treatment. Data were presented at the 16th European AIDS Clinical Society (EACS) meeting in 2017
READ POSITIVE PERSPECTIVES WAVE 2 ARTICLES:
Hear from Garry Brough, who draws on insights from the Positive Perspectives 2 study, on the complex relationship of ageing with HIV, the importance of optimising ones treatment options and the value of focusing on the needs of the individual.
Find out more about how taking multiple medications can affect quality of life for people living with HIV. Data from Positive Perspectives study (Wave 2).
Few international HIV studies capture the experiences of people living with HIV, including health-related quality of life, beyond viral suppression. The latest Positive Perspectives (Wave 2) is one of the largest, global, HIV patient-reported outcomes (PROs) studies to date and provides perspectives from a diverse group of people living with HIV across the world.
NP-GBL-HVX-COCO-220033 November 2021.