Issue 16.1

Violence and Women

Violence against women and girls can be a cause or a consequence of HIV. There is a growing body of evidence that illustrates the impact violence can have on transmission of HIV. Women who have experienced intimate partner violence are 50% more likely to acquire HIV and UNAIDS indicates that one third of women living with HIV have been physically assaulted.

Pauline Jelliman
Clinical Lead HIV and TB Community Nursing Teams, Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust

Book review

Aimed at healthcare professionals, this book is a very timely guide. Particularly so because, due to the intimate nature of the relationships they have with their patients, healthcare professionals are in a unique position to identify the issue, empathise with their patients and refer them for support. The book aims to provide practical help to learners early in their careers.

Angelina Namiba
Salamander Trust Associate

HIV Nursing

Sharing best practice in HIV care

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