4M Spotlight

Some activities Mentor Mothers have been up to.

Natwest volunteers training day with team 4M

On the 6th of February 2024, team 4M – Longret, Konzo, Estelle and Angelina, spent an incredibly inspiring day with Natwest volunteers (https://www.natwest.com/). Faye and Haley have been and continue to work with team 4M to give us skills and tools to enable us to prioritise our work for better outcomes in the work that […]



Our SG member, Professor Susan Bewley, volunteers at Parkrun

In the picture with Millie, she tells us. “I love volunteering at Parkrun, which is free diverse and encourages walkers as well as runners, people trying to get fitter, or even volunteers who’d like to marshal.  It’s not a race, as there is a volunteer Tail Walker who comes in last especially!  We all get […]

Thank You to Funders

Huge thank you to ViiVHC For funding Part 2 of our: Women! Our relationship with treatment and well-being: Knowledge Is Power Webinar series. More information on topics & guest speakers please see here. Huge thank you too to GoodThingsFdn for gifts of data and devices, to support digital and data access for women we support. Your donation has made a […]

Mercy Nangwale

Congratulations to MM Mercy who has completed her year 2 community placement as part of her (BSc) Adult Nursing studies.

LeaSuwanna Griffith

Congratulations to Mentor Mother LeaSuwanna Griffith on her excellent panel input into the Gilead symposium – Who’s role is it anyway: the annual health reivew – at the national National HIV Nurses Association Conference #NHIVNA2023. The session focussed on encouraging nurses that the annual review is a perfect time to get the most out of their patients, with meaningful […]

Samantha Dawson

Congratulations to Mentor Mother Sam who rocked her 4M special #uequalsu dress at a presentation to Social Workers #JSWEC2023 in Glasgow.

Husseina Hamza

Congratulations to MM Husseina who presented her poster – Co-production in HIV research: reflections from a study on building relationships, conducting qualitative research and developing skills remotely, at a Round Table lunch session at #AIDSIMPACT2023 conference. She presented from her perspective of Peer Researcher co-production in health research which involves collaborative partnership with people with lived […]

Susan Cole Haley, Fungai Murau and Mel Rattue

Congratulations to Susan who moderated the session: Health inequalities at the THT staff conference. A poem written by 4M Mentor Mother KC through her ‘Champions for Change’ work in Bristol, and a photo by Mentor Mother Charity was also shared for her work with the National HIV Testing week. In the photo is MM Susan, in the middle […]


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