Here at Touch Medical Media we are supporting World AIDS Day (1st December 2021), to raise awareness and help improve health and wellbeing for people living with HIV.
We were delighted to speak with Dr Bruno Spire (French National Institute for Medical Research, Marseille, France and International AIDS Society Governing Council), who talks about how healthcare policies and education can help healthcare professionals to adopt an inclusive and holistic approach to patient management, so that they can better support people living with HIV and ensure improved and sustained quality of life.
1. What more is needed to provide meaningful lifelong support to people living with HIV?
2. What role do public health policies play in providing healthcare professionals the tools to support the needs of people living with HIV?
3. How can education of healthcare professionals support the needs of people living with HIV?
Disclosures: Dr Bruno Spire has nothing to disclose in relation to this video.
Support: The production of this video was supported by Touch Medical Media.
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