The following questions are optional but will help to frame what is relevant to you as a person living with HIV. If you don’t want to answer a question, feel free to skip it, and move on to the next question.

Thanks for being part of Unity and helping to highlight what matters to you. Before we continue to the appointment plan, are you happy to include your anonymous answers in the information centre?

You can review our data policy here.

Welcome to Unity, an interactive appointment guide designed to support you to have better conversations with your clinician.

Using the Unity tool is simple. All you need to do is answer a few simple questions about your day-to-day health and other aspects of general wellbeing. This will create a short guide that will give you some helpful areas for discussion and action points to take to your clinician in your next appointment.

The appointment guide is completely confidential and will not ask for any names, or store any personal information that could be used for identification. It's completely up to you whether you share your responses or not. If you do choose to share your responses anonymously, you can see how other people in the community have answered the question in the information centre. All information shared in the information centre is anonymised and unidentifiable.

You can find out more information about how your responses would be used here.

As a default, the Unity appointment guide focuses on two sections: general wellbeing and status and treatments. In addition you can also add any of the below sections to build your appointment guide.

Being part of Unity could be a step forward in helping you to manage your health and wellbeing – we hope you find it useful.

Which additional areas would you like to focus on when building your appointment guide?