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Expanding the Boundaries of Positive Prevention Programmes
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Expanding the Boundaries of Positive Prevention Programmes
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Exactly one year after federal government announcement of AHP, there is more focus than ever on:
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But AHP has been flawed from the beginning
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Medicalizing/ Individualizing HIV Prevention - Initial announcement, April 2003
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Medicalizing/ Individualizing HIV Prevention - Ideology of individual responsibility
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Stigmatization
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Care and treatment - How many new positives will the initiative identify?
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Care and treatment - What are the ethics of promoting mass testing with no provision for care?
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Is history repeating itself?
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Making AHP better!
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Redefining the "problem" - 900,000 HIV+ people
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Redefining the "problem" - ~700,000 positive people know status
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Redefining the "problem" - ~200,000 unaware of infection
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Redefining the "problem" - Need to better understand what is behind these stats
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Toward are broader view of HIV Prevention for Positives
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A more comprehensive approach must include a full continuum of services
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Elements of prevention
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Defining a positive sexuality - The sexuality of HIV positive people is assaulted on many levels
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Defining a positive sexuality - Prevention programmes must develop and offer a positive view of HIV+ sexuality
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Right to accurate information to make decisions
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Overcoming social isolation
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Shared responsibility
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Positive driven, positive delivered
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