Life and Love with HIV is a new website (www.lifeandlovewithHIV.ca) coming soon dedicated to building conversation and community around sexuality and relationships for women and couples living with HIV.
They are looking for FIVE MAIN CONTRIBUTORS with unique voices, stories, and perspectives, to become feature writers on the site. Whether you're:
- new to writing or have years of experience
- having sex or not
- single or in a relationship ...
- living in Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, or Australia
...all self-identifying women living with HIV are encouraged to apply!
Main contributors will be encouraged to write 10 articles annually. $50 CAD per article (regardless of country of origin). This initiative is designed to mentor and support writers. Those selected will be able to work one-on-one with an experienced writer or editor. There will also be opportunities for women to virtually connect with other women.
Caroline Watson, who serves as the social justice and communications coordinator for UC San Francisco’s HIVE clinic and program, was one of two award winners this year. She and fellow recipient Karen Aguilar, lead patient navigator for the Gender Health SF program at the San Francisco Department of Public Health, were honored for their exemplary work at a Feb. 15 luncheon at AT&T Park. #HeroesAndHearts #UCSFWomen
Join the AMAZING Damon L. Jacobs and Dr. Robert Grant as they discuss the efficacy of PrEP and what has changed in the world of PrEP since the start of the PrEP Facts group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/PrEPFacts/). #WheresMyPrEP
Dr. Jae Sevelius, a leading researcher at the Center of Excellence for Transgender Health reminds us to, “include transgender women in your events, services and celebrations.”
Today, the world is celebrating "International Women's Day" to celebrate women's achievements throughout history and across nations. At UCSF, we recognize the powerful impact of women in the fields of clinical care, diversity, equity and inclusion, biomedical research, social and behavioral science research, population health research, public policy, health professions and graduate education. UCSF is exceedingly grateful for the contributions that our women faculty, staff and learners have made to to advance human health - locally and globally.
Join WORLD:Women Organized to Respond to Life-Threatening Diseases for their fab and FREE event, LET'S TALK ABOUT SEX! tomorrow, March 8 from 5-8 at Everett and Jones BBQ - Jack London Square in Oakland, CA! Bring any & all of the special women and girls (ages 12+) in your life to celebrate and commemorate #NWGHAAD with them!
On February 15, 2018, the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation honored HIVE’s Caroline Watson and Karen Aguilar of Gender Health SF with the prestigious Heroes and Hearts Award. Thank you to the Heroes & Hearts Selection Committee for choosing Caroline, and to our funders and individual donors for supporting our work!
UCSF, SFDPH, Plus M Productions, Charles Zukow Associates, Inc., Macy's, Gilead Sciences, Janssen Pharmaceutica, Nikole Kolley Mae Trainor
Join The Well Project - HIV and women in celebrating National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (#NWGHAAD) with our first WATCH! webinar of 2018! "The Well Project: Building Hope and Leadership Among Women Living with HIV," will take place on Friday, March 9, 2018 from 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm ET and will feature The Well Project’s executive director Krista Heitzman Martel, global ambassador Maria Hiv Mejia, and communications coordinator Tiommi Jenae Luckett. These dynamic sp...eakers will provide an overview of The Well Project’s resources and describe how they can be leveraged to build leadership skills, be used to educate and advocate for others, and support self care and community support. They will specifically address ways that emerging leaders can leverage social media and women living with HIV will describe how using technology has positively impacted their own engagement in care and quality of life and helped them build their leadership skills.
Tune in for #52Questions #10 tomorrow, Tuesday March 6, at 1pm PST, to learn: "Does PrEP use increase the rates of STIs?" Dr. Jonathan Fuchs, Director, Center of Learning and Innovation, SFDPH, guest stars with Shannon Weber.