In webinar no. 21, Hajra Okhai of UCL explains how clinical trials are set up and how women living with HIV can engage with them. Longret Kwardem of 4M discusses the advantages to women living with HIV, researchers, clinicians and policy-makers alike of women’s meaningful involvement throughout the trial process. Click to view Hajra‘s presentation. […]
In webinar no. 20 Dr Shema Tariq, of the University College London Mortimer Market Centre, explains the British HIV Association (BHIVA) Guidelines on Pregnancy and Infant Feeding. To access the recording, click here.
This month, Dr Nneka Nwokolo of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, UK, explains the concept of “U=U”, and explores what it means for women living with HIV. This webinar was recorded in April 2022. To view it, click here.
Webinar no. 18 – Women! Treatment and our wellbeing Angelina Namiba talks with Simon Collins of HIV i-Base about treatment issues facing us as women living with HIV. NB please note that information in this talk is to help in discussions with your doctor and other health workers. To access the webinar, click here.
In this webinar, recorded in March 2022, 4M mentor mother member Susan Cole discusses with Angelina Namiba the importance of looking after our mental health and well-being to improve and ensure our quality of life. To view the webinar, click here.
Welcome to webinar 16! This time we hear from 4M Co-Director Angelina Namiba and Dr Vanessa Appea about how to make the best of our relationship with our healthcare providers. To view the webinar click here.
In this webinar, co-hosted with our colleagues in ICW North America, we explore infant feeding options for women living with HIV in our respective regions. This webinar was recorded in August 2021. To view the webinar, click here.
Webinar no. 14 focused on the power and pitfalls of social media. The main speaker was Thubelile Mafu, 4MNet digital communications volunteer. To access Thubae’s talk, click here.
Our latest webinar, no. 13, featured our Steering Group Chair, Dr Rageshri Dhairywawan of Barts Health NHS Trust. She spoke about “HIV and ethnic health inequalities with a focus on perinatal care”. She was joined by 4M Mentor Mothers for a great debate! To access the webinar on vimeo, click here. To access it on facebook live, click here.
Webinar no. 12 took place on International Women’s Health Day. This time our theme was HIV, pregnancy and COVID-19. Our speakers were Dr Alison Wright FRCOG of the Royal Free Hopsital London and FIGO; and Elaine Cunnea, Head of Counselling at NAZ. To access the webinar, click here.
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