Living with HIV

Living with HIV

Living well with HIV can involve many things, including looking after your health, managing treatment, dealing with relationships and family, telling others, finances, working and travel.

In this section you will find a range of information on living well with HIV – this includes HFA articles specifically for people with bleeding disorders and links to relevant resources.

NATIONAL HAEMOPHILIA ARTICLES

A perspective on bloodborne viruses - report from the 2015 Haemophilia Conference (National Haemophilia, Dec 2015)

Remission possible - report from Towards an HIV Cure symposium (National Haemophilia, Dec 2014)

HIV drug side-effects - managing HIV drug side-effects for people with bleeding disorders (National Haemophilia, Sep 2008)


LINKS TO SELECTED RESOURCES

General HIV information
For the latest news, information on treatments and living well

National Association of People HIV/AIDS Australia (NAPWHA)

Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO)

HIV treatments
Treataware: information and education about treatments for HIV and co-infection in Australia (National Association of People Living With HIV Australia)

Hepatitis C/HIV co-infection

Liver health and hepatitis - information for people who are co-infected with HIV and hepatitis A, B or C (National Association of People With HIV Australia)

HIV and hep C coinfection [html and PDF] – a factsheet on HIV and hepatitis C co-infection with answers to frequently asked questions, including taking care of your liver health and treatment options (Hepatitis NSW, 2015)

Research
HIV Futures survey - a regular survey on all aspects of living with HIV in Australia and reports on the results. (Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University)

NB We provide these links as a service to the haemophilia community. As web sites can change or should you find a site to be no longer active please notify hfaust@haemophilia.org.au. Haemophilia Foundation Australia is not responsible for the content of any external web sites. The featuring of a site on this page is not an endorsement by HFA of the information or views expressed therein.

Last Updated: 8th Apr 16