We need nurses who know what HIV is – and what it isn’t
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We need nurses who know what HIV is – and what it isn’t

Garry Brough Project 100 coordinator, Positively UK

Outdated views hamper care for this manageable long-term condition

I have been involved in HIV peer support since I co-founded the Bloomsbury Patients Network in 1999. In my current role at advocacy organisation Positively UK, I have trained 400 people as peer mentors.

Nursing Standard. 32, 21, 31-31. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.21.31.s23

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