HIVACAR: A Community-led Psychosocial Survey about HIV Remission is launched

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EATG launches a survey addressed to people living with HIV to help better understand the knowledge about HIV remission (‘functional cure’) and expectations from the research for an intervention that could enable the control of HIV infection without taking medicines every day.

 

As part of the HIVACAR project, the European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG) is conducting a survey to gather the opinions of people living with HIV about the impact of achieving HIV remission, on both the well-being of clinical trial participants and the broader community of people living with HIV. We are especially interested in how much people know about functional cures for HIV and what they think the outcomes may be.

 

We are therefore looking for people living with HIV and currently residing in Belgium, Denmark, France, or Spain to take part in the survey. You are eligible to participate if:

  • You are at least 18 years of age
  • You are living with HIV
  • You are willing to give your opinion about HIV Cure/HIV remission research
  • You live in Belgium, Denmark, France, or Spain

 

If you are happy to proceed, the survey links can be found below. The survey itself will take about 15 minutes to complete and is strictly anonymous. All data will be treated confidentially, and results will be reported in such a way that it will not be possible to track responses back to any individual.

 

Here are links to the survey, available in Danish, Dutch, English, French, and Spanish:

 

If you have any questions about this survey, HIVACAR or EATG, please feel free to contact EATG at:

 

HIVACAR has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 731626

 

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