HIV & Aging News

Moving Ahead Together: A Framework for Integrating HIV/AIDS & Aging Services

Moving Ahead Together offers recommendations for bringing health care (HIV, geriatrics, primary, and specialty care), mental and behavioral health care, psychosocial support, and social services closer and policies for improving the wellbeing of older people living with HIV.

By Grantmakers in Aging (GIA)

How should we care for older people with HIV?

As people living with HIV are living into old age, clinicians are developing new models of care. Dr Tom Levett and colleagues in Brighton, England, have recently described a combined HIV and geriatrics clinic – the Silver Clinic – that was designed to meet the needs of such patients by combining HIV care with geriatric care.

By Paul Clift / aidsmap

Case study illustrates need for researcher-community partnerships throughout research process

Research paper demonstrates ethical perils and harms stemming from research practices exemplified in case study

AUTHOR: IQBAL PITTALWALA

POZ at Home: HIV and Aging

A conversation with Sherri Lewis, Derrick Mapp and Jeff Taylor about the challenges of growing older while living with HIV.

Hosted by Oriol R. Gutierrez Jr.

The San Francisco Principles 2020: Addressing the unmet needs of long-term HIV survivors in San Francisco

Five long-term survivors outline the challenges they face and demands for inclusion, resources, and treatment that addresses the specific needs related to aging with HIV.

By Hank Trout, MA / San Francisco AIDS Foundation

An Update on COVID-19 For NIAID Community Advisory Boards

Health HIV’s State of Aging with HIV National Survey 2020

Let’s Face It: Older Adults Speak About HIV

Edited by Mark Milano / ACRIA

Science Lab

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