We work closely with Terrence Higgins Trust and MyHIV.org.uk to encourage self-management and independence. The forums at MyHIV are of huge practical and emotional support to many people living with HIV as they manage their own treatment, in partnership with medical professionals.
Self-management is a hugely important element of successful HIV care. By this, we mean empowering each individual living with HIV to look after their own physical and mental health, and their economic and emotional well-being. Peer support can be a huge boost to this effort, and our service places a premium both on excellent doctor-to-patient relationships, and also opening up and providing access to a range of other networks.
In a recent Patient Involvement survey, Baseline uncovered a wealth of data about how people living with HIV feel about their doctors. If you answers the questions in the table below, we’d want you to play yourself in the columns furthers to the right: talk to us about any issues or questions you may have, because we’re committed to giving you the information you need to manage your condition successfully.[Show/hide table.]
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