Mental Health Matters! Partnership for better quality of life of people living with HIV: Multi-stakeholder meeting part II

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  • 18 - 19 November 2021
  • Sitges, Spain

The European AIDS Treatment Group hosts a face-to-face multi-stakeholder meeting as part of the HIV & Mental Health project, which will take place in Sitges, Spain, on Thursday 18th and Friday 19th November 2021.

This meeting will bring together stakeholders from the community, healthcare sector, industry, research, and agencies to discuss ways in which to improve the HIV related continuum of care by integrating intervention to improve the mental health and well-being of people living with or most affected by HIV.

The first day will start with a presentation of recommendations to improve the provision of mental health services for people living with and affected by HIV in Europe and Central Asia, followed by the launch of an online campaign and a European platform on HIV & Mental health. In the second part of the meeting, different stakeholders will be invited to share their views on how best to integrate the recommendations into their work, and the next steps of the project will be discussed. At the end of the meeting, a European platform is created that allows continuous and sustainable collaboration and experience exchange between the stakeholders involved in the project on the interplay of mental health, well-being, and HIV beyond the project duration.

Practical Information

  • Mental Health Matters! Partnership for better quality of life of people living with HIV: Multi-stakeholder meeting part II: Hotel Estela Barcelona
    Av. del Port d'Aiguadolç, 8, 08870
    Sitges, Barcelona, Spain

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