Advancing Meaningful Inclusion of All Women in HIV Research and Clinical Trials: A Girl Like Me LIVE

Submitted on Jan 25, 2023

 

 

Historically, women across the gender spectrum have been insufficiently included and involved in HIV research. Such exclusion has resulted in limited knowledge about important aspects of women's experiences of HIV that would inform their active participation in decision-making about their health and well-being. On this special A Girl Like Me LIVE, Ci Ci was joined by Women's Research Initiative on HIV/AIDS member Tonia Poteat, PhD, MPH, PA-C, to discuss the importance of including all women in HIV research.

This interactive discussion explored what contributes to the little knowledge about women's experiences of living with HIV, how women can get involved in clinical trials or research development, the importance of community engagement in advancing the meaningful inclusion of all women in HIV research, and more.

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