Empowering people in their care
Moritz explains the importance of being able to talk openly to his doctor
Encouraging people living with HIV to have open conversations with their healthcare team can help to make sure they understand all the options available to help manage their HIV care.
Support from peers and community organisations can help people living with HIV build confidence in talking openly to their healthcare teams about how to best manage their HIV care.
Listening attentively to people with HIV can help them feel comfortable discussing their treatment goals.
Engagement in care
said that they would like to be more involved in decisions about their HIV treatment<sup>3</sup>
People who reported high engagement
People who reported low engagement
Raising important issues with healthcare teams
Reported one or more issue they felt uncomfortable discussing with their healthcare teams<sup>3</sup>