Communications Officer

Craig George Andrews is the Communications Officer at Positive Life NSW and has been HIV positive since 2012. He has worked in the NGO sector since 1997 and the HIV sector since 2015.

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What do I say? How do I say it? Is it safe to tell? And, how much detail do I give?- finding peer support when you're notifying partners.

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running blocks

Positive Life describes the difference between 'early' start and 'immediate' start to HIV treatment and the benefits of starting treatment at the time of diagnosis.

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Gay men are a remarkably resilient lot. We live in a heteronormative social environment. Still, most of us reach out for experiences, feelings and a community that supports our resilience and thriving, even in the face of prejudice and stigma.

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Treatment as Prevention (TasP) plays a significant role in the lives of people living with HIV (PLHIV) and our strategic contribution to ending HIV transmission in NSW cannot be underestimated, writes Positive Life.

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The Good News about HAND

Positive Life highlights some ways you can take control of a HAND diagnosis to stay active and involved in life.

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Positive Life staff recently attended the Joint World STI & HIV Congress (the Congress) and Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference (ASHM Conference) held in Brisbane from Sunday 13 September to Friday 18 September 2015.

(L to R) John McAllister, Prof. Brian Gazzard, Jenny Brockie and Craig Cooper

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Associate Professor Levinia Crooks AM - CEO of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM) reports on the recent changes to dispensing of HIV drugs in Australia.  From 1 July 2015 retail pharmacists will be able to be reimbursed for the supply of highly specialised and high-cost drugs that are prescribed for the management of HIV.

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It is an honour to be asked to speak at today’s Memorial. I acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of this land and pay my respects to the Elders both past and present.

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