Tariq, S., Elford, J., Cortina-borja, M., & Tookey, P. A. (2012). ‘The association between ethnicity and late presentation to antenatal care among pregnant women living with HIV in the UK and Ireland’, AIDS Care, 24(8), pp. 978-985.

UK and Ireland guidelines state that all pregnant women should have their first antenatal care appointment by 13 weeks of pregnancy. This study presents the results of an analysis looking […]

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Sherr, L., Clucas, C., Lampe, F., Harding, R., Fisher, M., Anderson, J., Clucas, C. (2012). ‘Gender and Mental Health Aspects of Living with HIV Disease and Its Longer-Term Outcomes for UK Heterosexual Patients’. Women & Health, 52(3), pp. 214-233.

Gender is important in the experience of illness generally and HIV specifically. In this study the authors compare the experiences of 183 HIV positive women with 76 HIV positive heterosexual […]

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Samuel, M., Welch, J., Tenant-Flowers, M., Poulton, M., Campbell, L., & Taylor, C. (2014). ‘Care of HIV-positive women aged 50 and over – can we do better?’. International Journal of STD & AIDS, 25(4), pp. 303–305.

This study presents findings from a sample of 123 HIV-positive women aged 50 years and over. It showed high rates (71%) of late diagnosis wherein CD4 count was <350, significant […]

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Ridge, D., Ziebland, S., Anderson, J., Williams, I., & Elford, J. (2007). Positive prevention: Contemporary issues facing HIV positive people negotiating sex in the UK, Social Science & Medicine, 65, pp. 755–770.

By 2007 over 40,000 were living with HIV in the UK and ‘positive prevention’ interventions were beginning to focus HIV prevention on people living with HIV. There was uncertainty about […]

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Cliffe, S., Townsend, C. L., Cortina-Borja, M., & Newell, M-L. (2011). ‘Fertility intentions of HIV-infected women in the United Kingdom’. AIDS Care: Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 23(9), pp. 1093-1101

In the UK the number of pregnancies in women living with HIV increased dramatically over a decade but attitudes towards childbearing among women living with HIV have not been previously […]

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