We recognise that different people need different types of information at different times. For some people, finding out the basics about HIV is enough, whereas others want detailed information and read the same kind of things that their doctors are reading.
Whether you are newly diagnosed with HIV, have been living with HIV long term, or have questions about specific subjects such as starting treatment, having a baby or dealing with side-effects, then we have something to help give you a good understanding of the issues. The resources are designed to support your conversations with your healthcare team and help you better understand HIV so you can manage your diagnosis. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, why not contact us, so we know what information would be useful for you.
Overviews of HIV and AIDS, and frequently asked questions can be found here
Basic illustrated factsheets on the things you might need to know about when you are first diagnosed, booklets and factsheets covering key topic areas and NAM’s e-bulletins can be found here.