Namiba A, Kwardem L, Dhairyawan R, Hale F, McGregor Read J, Anderson J, Welbourn A. From presumptive exclusion towards fair inclusion: perspectives on the involvement of women living with HIV in clinical trials, including stakeholders’ views. Ther Adv Infect Dis. 2022 Feb 1;9:20499361221075454. doi: 10.1177/20499361221075454. PMID: 35127083; PMCID: PMC8811419. Hay K, Kwardem L, Welbourn A, […]
27/10/2023 – Engaging with Research Including an update on current and ongoing trials relevant to women and children’s health. You can watch the webinar here. Guest speakers Bakita Kasadha Bakita Kasadha FRSA is a multi-award winning poet, health researcher and health writer based in the UK. She has shared her poetry and spoken internationally, including […]
Angelina spoke at the #AIDSIMPACT 2023 Plenary session. Her presentation titled “How do women living with HIV achieve a good quality of life beyond viral suppression?” can be watched here. View the presentation slides here.
Angelina Namiba who is an avid advocate of language awareness recorded this short video in May 2023 on “Why language matters – focusing on the use of non-stigmatising language in HIV” as a contribution to an MSc module for the UCL online Masters in Public Health program.
Angelina Namiba’s presentation titled : 4M Mentor Mothers Making Magic: Personal Professional Development for Prevention and Peer Support shared the work we do at 4M. Click here to view the presentation.
Angelina Namiba presented “Ten Top Tips for Effective Public Speaking” at the London Fast Track Cities Stigma Program Ambassadors training in March 2023. View the Ten Top Tips for Effective Public Speaking as a PDF here.
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 April 2022, 4M Mentor Mothers presented the poster shown here at the British HIV Association Spring Conference. The poster describes the challenges women have faced during COVID-19. We are delighted that 4M Mentor Mother Fungai Murau, who presented the poster, won the BHIVA Martin Fisher award for the best presentation in the field of […]
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.
4M Mentor Mother Janine McGregor-Read presented a poster on the issues women living with HIV in the UK face in relation to infant feeding. This poster was presented at the International Workshop on HIV and Women in April 2022. To view the full poster, click here. To view the full report on which the poster […]
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