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HIV Apps, Are They Fit for Purpose?

HIV Apps, Are They Fit for Purpose?

Are HIV apps fit for purpose?  A recent study by a team of researchers from University College London and Glasgow Caledonian University looked at over 600 HIV apps to assess their functionality. They also analysed users’ reviews to see if the apps were meeting their […]

HIV Apps – Are They Meeting Users Needs?

HIV Apps – Are They Meeting Users Needs?

Are HIV Apps,  smartphone and web meeting the needs of their users?  A team of researchers from University College London and Glasgow Caledonian University recently carried out a review of over 600 HIV apps and online tools. They did this to see if they were […]

App Launch – Sex Education HIV Education App

App Launch – Sex Education HIV Education App

Innovative app launch event by volunteer sex education group – HIV education Volunteers from the Ponton Group of Sex Educators in Warsaw gained media coverage. This is for the launch of their HIV education app by: Firstly, timing their launch of the app to be […]

HIV Testing Support via Patient Groups

HIV Testing Support via Patient Groups

Patient groups support text messaging for HIV testing In a project to promote HIV testing in the workplace, researchers concluded the following: Firstly, text messaging is a well received way to motivate people to take HIV tests and follow-up action Secondly, 95 per cent of […]