Person-centred care stakeholder consultations - What are the service delivery considerations for person-centred care for people living with HIV?

The stakeholder consultation series aims to provide a platform for exchange on the concept of person-centred care in the HIV response. The discussions, learnings and recommendations from the series will form the basis of a joint statement or publication on person-centred care. The purpose of this communication is to build common cause around the concept of person-centred care and how it can be further embedded within the HIV response. In particular, the purpose is to define the kind of guidance needed by different stakeholder groups to realize the potential of person-centred care.

26 May 2023

Alan Landay

Rush Medical College, United States

Davina Canagasabey

PATH, United States


Jules Levin

National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project, United States

Ageing with HIV

Yvette Raphael

Advocates for the Prevention of HIV in Africa, South Africa

Role of choice in HIV prevention

Helen Bygrave

MSF/IAS, United Kingdom

The origin story of differentiated service delivery

Kombatende Sikombe

Centre for Infectious Disease Research, Zambia

Policy barriers to person-centred care in Zambia

An Nguyen

Glink, Vietnam

Tailored services for LGBTIAQ+ people growing older with HIV in Vietnam