4M has a wealth of resources including posters, reports, webinars and our training manual.

Reports & Articles

We are happy to announce the publication of our new position paper on infant feeding for women living with HIV in the UK. This sets out our perspectives on the pros and cons of formula feeding and breastfeeding by women living with HIV in this high income setting. It concludes by emphasising the importance of upholding […]

4M Advocacy Brief: From elimination of MTCT to ensuring our Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
Reports & Articles

We are delighted to release our new Advocacy Brief, which documents our more recent activities and advocates for ensuring the sexual and reproductive health and rights of all women living with HIV across their perinatal care. Our Annex provides a year-by-year summary of all our activities. The 3-page summary is here. The full Advocacy Brief is here.

Differentiated models of care

4M Mentor Mother Network Co-Director Longret Kwardem was invited to speak in a symposium about differentiated models of care in the International AIDS Society 2020 Conference. You can view and hear her presentation here.

Webinar no.12 – HIV, pregnancy and COVID-19

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.

Webinar no.11 – violence against women and mental health issues

Webinar no. 11 took place in 2 parts, on 2nd and 9th April. This webinar is about violence against women and mental health issues in relation to the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women living with HIV. It also discusses the importance of trauma-informed care and offers some suggestions about how to improve our communication and relationship skills. This […]

Webinar no.10 – Women, HIV and the menopause

Webinar no. 10 about women, HIV and the menopause, took place on 6 February, with Dr Shema Tari . This webinar recording is now available here. For background reading about the PRIME study, on which her webinar was based, please click on the following links: PRIME study overview report BMJ article AIDSCare article

AIDS IMPACT Conference

Longret Kwardem presented with Kirsten Hay of Northumbria University a poster about our joint participatory research at the AIDS IMPACT Conference. The research is about the effectiveness of the 4M closed WhatsApp group in supporting the group members. The findings of this research were overall very positive. The poster can be viewed here.


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