Normalising testing would help banish the stigma of HIV
David Evans National teaching fellow and professor, Sexualities and genders: health and well-being, at the University of Greenwich
Let’s build on all the advances that have transformed care since the bleak days of the 1980s
The first person I met whom I knew was living with HIV was a woman who wanted regular pastoral visits from a priest. At the time, I was on what was to be a ten-year break from nursing to fulfil my childhood desire to be ordained as a priest.
Nursing Standard. 35, 2, 26-27. doi: 10.7748/ns.35.2.26.s15