An AIDS 2022 satellite: Getting person-centred care right: Good practice models of integrating HIV and other health needs

This IAS-organized satellite session at AIDS 2022, the 24th International AIDS Conference, explored frameworks for person-centred care and spotlighted good practice models for people living with HIV experiencing homelessness in the Philippines, young key populations in Vietnam, female sex workers who use drugs in Kenya, and adolescents and young people in Uganda.

1 August 2022
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Anna Grimsrud

Anna Grimsrud

International AIDS Society, South Africa


Brent Allan

ICASO, Australia 

Person-centred care to ensure quality of life for people living with HIV – conceptual framework and considerations for implementation

Tung Doan

Lighthouse Social Enterprise, Vietnam

A model of people-centered, peer-led and one-stop clinic for young key populations and young people living with HIV in Vietnam

Baker Bakashaba

TASO, Uganda

A person-centred care approach for adolescents and young people living with and affected by HIV

Rodenie Olete

Gabay sa Pulang Laso Inc, Philippines

Open Doors Home – temporary shelter programme & SEGT-based psycho-socioeconomic support for people living with HIV in the Philippines

Daisy Kwala

Bar Hostess Empowerment and Support Programme, Kenya

Person-centred care model for sex workers who use drugs in Kenya