We are thrilled to announce the e-launch of our 4M Peer Mentor Mothers Training of Trainers Manual. This is the culmination of over 5 years of work, developing and delivering training materials created by, with, and for women living with HIV, to support them as they go on their pregnancy journey. Training workshops, on which […]
4MNet Webinar 8 – funded by MAC. We are delighted to welcome Dean Hall from Greater Manchester Women’s Support Alliance and Kate Fraser from Women in Prison. They present information on what is trauma, what can cause it, how it can affect women and men differently, and the consequences for women living with HIV. This […]
We are delighted to announce that in the next stage of its development the 4M project has become its own Community Interest Company. Whilst it will still be fully supported by Salamander Trust until it is able to thrive alone, we all see this is an important part of the process of this work. To celebrate […]
4MNet Webinar 7 – funded by MIND An introduction to mental health in pregnancy and beyond, led by clinical psychologists, Dr Angela Byrne and Dr Astrid Schepers. To access the presentation only (and to see suggested resources and references), click here. To access the recording of the whole webinar, click here. To access free guided meditation sessions […]
This webinar is about how we can best prepare for and engage with meetings. Our speaker is Professor Jane Anderson of Homerton University Hospital, and a member of the 4M Steering Group. Please click here.
This webinar explores how best to talk with others about HIV and other issues. Featuring 4M Programme Manager Angelina Namiba with 10 top tips; and Gill Gordon, lead author of our Stepping Stones with Children training programme, about talking with children about HIV, sex, death and many other sensitive issues in all our lives. Please click here.
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