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Helmed by The Well Project’s Bridgette Picou, LVN, ACLPN, The SHE is Women's Conference created a safe space for women living with HIV of all genders, providers, and allies to build community, learn skills, and have fun.

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View videos of two professional development webinars by the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC), featuring The Well Project's Bridgette Picou, LVN, ACLPN, as a faculty member.

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The Well Project's Krista Martel, Olivia G. Ford, and Ciarra Covin spoke with Future of Personal Health about what has changed since the organization was founded, and strategies for dismantling stigma and other barriers to care.

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The "SHE is" Women's Conference, coordinated by The Well Project stakeholder liaison Bridgette Picou, LVN, ACLPN, debuted June 8 in Palm Springs, the Desert Sun reports.

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Watch a special A Girl Like Me LIVE in commemoration of National HIV Testing Day, which delves into the diverse narratives and experiences of women living with and vulnerable to HIV.

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The Well Project's Ciarra "Ci Ci" Covin recently published "Parenting with HIV: a Patient's View on Updated Infant Feeding Guidelines in the US" in the medical journal HIV Research and Clinical Practice.

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Updated infant feeding guidance from the premier US pediatric provider group stresses a "family-centered, nonjudgmental" approach to support parents living with HIV who want to breast/chestfeed and are taking effective HIV treatment.

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Breast milk is well known to be the best food for most babies – and there is much to learn about this magical substance in the context of HIV. The Well Project's Olivia G. Ford summarizes posters on the topic from CROI 2024.

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While there has been progress, meaningfully including community members in the world's largest HIV research gathering remains a challenge. The Well Project's Bridgette Picou, LVN, ACLPN, reports from the ground at CROI 2024.

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We could eliminate human papillomavirus with the tools available, sparing millions of lives worldwide; the challenge is implementation. The Well Project's Bridgette Picou, LVN, ACLPN, sums up a talk on this compelling topic from CROI 2024.

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