Clinical update: HIV and growing older
People with HIV are living beyond the age of 50. Health services must be ready to support them, says Darren Brown.
In review: featured book, an app for people living with HIV
Traumatic Scar and tissue Management an app for people living with HIV, providing self-management strategies to improve health and wellbeing and mu
3 minutes with ... Darren Brown
With World AIDS Day occurring this week, Darren Brown explains how he developed the skills needed to be a specialist physiotherapist in HIV.
Physio findings: HIV guidelines, musculoskeletal, neurology
Janet Wright looks at new research of interest to physiotherapy staff.
Letters: 16 July 2014
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Second opinion - Working through HIV
People with HIV should know their employment rights and that they are well protected, says Deborah Jack
HIV/AIDS: use of the ICF in Brazil and South Africa – comparative data from four cross-sectional studies
CSP held its annual congress in Liverpool from 15-16 October
Frontline reporters bring you the first of two reports from the event for more reports see www.csp.org.uk
While HIV/Aids has largely dropped off the news agenda, physios are playing an increasing role with these patients.
Challenge of treating HIV/AIDS patients
Differences in physiotherapy training, work environment and role in HIV/AIDS management around the world were highlighted during a panel discussion