Women's participation in HIV Research - recording now available
On Wednesday, 04 April 2018, 17:00 – 18:00 CET (Brussels, Berlin, Paris time) EATG organized the first of a series of webinars about the Women’s participation in HIV research . The webinar was organized within the context of the Metrodora Project which falls under the EATG4Women portfolio.
The webinar was led by Shema Tariq who is a Postdoctoral Clinical Research Fellow at UCL’s Centre for Sexual Health & HIV Research and Honorary Consultant at Mortimer Market Centre. Her main area of interest is the reproductive and post-reproductive health of women living with HIV. Shema is currently Chief Investigator of the PRIME Study, an NIHR-funded study investigating the impact of the menopause on HIV-positive women’s health and wellbeing. She has a particular interest in improving the representation of women in HIV research. She is currently involved in a study examining women’s participation in HIV trials, and regularly works with and mentors peer researchers.
This webinar covered the following aspects:
Overview of women and HIV
Why should we care about including women in HIV research?
Overview of women’s representation in HIV research
Barriers to women’s participation in HIV research
Ways to address women’s representation in HIV research
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