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'Positively Different: Contemporary Understandings of HIV', is a new research project which explores young people’s experiences of living with HIV.
This study (being undertaken at The University of Hull, UK) focuses on the experiences of people between the ages of 18-35 who have been diagnosed with HIV.
The research is open to anyone who is:
◾Has received an HIV diagnosis in the last five years
◾Lives in the UK
You can learn more about the project, and the researchers undertaking the work, here:
...or just take part in the research by completing an online questionnaire
Thanks for reading. I hope the research is of some interest.