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Body Positive Dorset
Body Positive Dorset shared a post.2 months ago
For people newly diagnosed...something to listen too... providing support and tips, plus some personal stuff from people living with HIV.
Body Positive Dorset
ViiV Healthcare
The taster episode of #PositivelyThriving is out now! It’s ViiV’s new podcast series made for people living with HIV by #PLHIV. Meet Tom, Samantha, Robert and Brad and find out what's in store for the rest of the series. 🎧Listen here: http://ms.spr.ly/6189TZ9cZ #HIVHasChanged
Body Positive Dorset
Body Positive Dorset shared a post.3 months ago
Protecting women and children is everyone’s responsibility.
GBV Emergency Line - 0800 428 428 (Open 24/7)
#TakeActionAgainstGBV #GBV #GenderBasedViolence
Body Positive Dorset
Body Positive Dorset shared a post.3 months ago
Ladies as woman living with HIV...smear tests are needed on a yearly basis...dont see it as being a nuisance....plus as the poster says
Body Positive Dorset
Body Positive Dorset shared a link.3 months ago
HIV Nurses listen, care, manage and support people living with HIV. WHO has declared 2020 as the ‘International year of the nurse and midwife’ and this campaign aims to raise the profile of nurses working in HIV nationally and globally by promoting our best characteristics.
Body Positive Dorset
Body Positive Dorset3 months ago
In the age of biomedical technologies such as PrEP and Treatment as prevention to end HIV, the sexual health and psychosocial needs of people living with HIV must not slip down the agenda.

In 2020 PrEPster are producing a new series of Facebook live events, which aim to restart the conversation about the health and well-being of people living with HIV.

The live broadcasts allow viewers to interact with people living with HIV, activists, medical professionals and academics in real time. We hope that viewers will join us, participate and engage in the conversation about living with HIV in 2020 and beyond.

During these live events we will be discussing living with HIV in the age of U=U and PrEP; the sexual health needs of gay and bisexual men living with HIV; and finally HIV and ageing.
Body Positive Dorset
Prepster
In the age of biomedical technologies such as PrEP and Treatment as prevention to end HIV, the sexual health and psychosocial needs of people living with HIV must not slip down the agenda. In 2020 PrEPster are producing a new series of Facebook live events, which aim to restart the conversation about the health and well-being of people living with HIV. The live broadcasts allow viewers to interact with people living with HIV, activists, medical professionals and academics in real time. We hope that viewers will join us, participate and engage in the conversation about living with HIV in 2020 and beyond. During these live events we will be discussing living with HIV in the age of U=U and PrEP; the sexual health needs of gay and bisexual men living with HIV; and finally HIV and ageing.
Body Positive Dorset
Body Positive Dorset shared a post.3 months ago
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SWEP will be activated from Saturday 18 January until the morning of Tuesday 21 January

We have had confirmation from the Met Office that the temperature is forecast to be zero degrees or below in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole for three consecutive nights which means we are activating the Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) from tomorrow, Saturday 18 January 2020.

There will be a space inside for everyone sleeping rough. To access a space, we’re asking:

Anyone rough sleeping in Bournemouth to go to St Stephens Church Hall, St Stephens Way, BH2 6JZ at 8:30pm to secure their space for the night. Doors close at 10pm. A number of well behaved dogs are welcome.
8 hours ago
Its easter weekend and yes the weather looks tempting but please #StayAtHomeAndStaySafe
Happy Easter to all our followers and friends https://t.co/MS9l8qxLLb
8 hours ago
Very important up to date info for anyone who received sending advice about #COVIDー19
#StayHomeSaveLives https://t.co/YhXz1fFB3w
2 days ago
If anybody needs to chat dont forget we are still available and we can even try Skype or Zoom #communityspirit #communication #goodtotalk #technology
3 weeks ago
Coronavirus (COVID-19) and HIV - Responses to common questions from the British HIV Association (BHIVA) https://t.co/qdDqcxSnww

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