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What dialogue between health professionals and people with HIV?
(Blogmensgo, gay blog of February 19, 2015) British association NAM, specialist of the communication on HIV/AIDS, organizes these days a European online survey on communication between health care professionals and people living with HIV in Europe.
The survey, free and anonymous, is available in six languages: English, Spanish, french, Italian, Portuguese, Russian. In addition to being anonymous, the answers are completely confidential, because no prior identification is required.
NAM will present the synthetic results of this double investigation at a scientific Congress in 2015.
The first question to choose the language of the questionnaire. The survey is divided into two questionnaires, one for HIV-positive people (image above) for professionals of health in working relations with people living with HIV / AIDS (image below).
Note that the questionnaire requires approximately ten minutes of free time. After having checked/completed a response, skips to the next page by clicking on Next. It is possible to return to the previous page by clicking Prev. The questionnaire for the HIV is very accurate, so do not hesitate to leave your last order and your latest blood results if you do not have a memory of doctor or pharmacist.
Comment.A significant part of the questionnaire focuses on medicines prescribed by health care professionals or used by HIV-positive people. Emphasis on the drug component is due to the fact that the study is co-funded by the pharmaceutical laboratory Gilead, well known for its anti-retroviral sold to gold prices. Gilead and wants to learn more about the effectiveness and safety of its molecules.
This article has been translate from our French blog, to view the original, click here.
Philca / MensGo (via email from NAM received 16 February 2015)