New articles in the Special Collection: HIV and Women’s Health – Where are we now?

It’s wonderful to see the new Sage Journals Special Collection of articles titled HIV and Women’s Health: Where are We Now? The amazing Guest Editors, Bakita Kasadha (@BakitaKK) and Dr Shema Tariq (@savoy__truffle) have put together a great collection of articles, some of which are now available online.

We are really pleased to draw special attention to articles in this collection that were written or co-authored by women who are part of Making Waves:

Jane Shepherd has written ‘We can’t be perfect all the time.’ Life with HIV before antiretrovirals: A narrative analysis of early published stories by women with HIV in the United Kingdom.

Angelina Namiba, Longret Kwardem, Alice Welbourn and Fiona Hale were part of the team that co-authored From presumptive exclusion towards fair inclusion: perspectives on the involvement of women living with HIV in clinical trials, including stakeholders’ views.

Angelina Namiba was also a co-author of Stakeholder engagement is essential to maximise the impact of research on infant feeding in the context of HIV.

Jacquelyne Alesi, Fiona Hale, Angelina Namiba, Joyce Ouma, Martha Tholanah and Alice Welbourn were among the co-authors of What will it take to achieve the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women living with HIV?

Read these articles, and others in the collection here.

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