“Securing Care for Women Living with HIV” by Naina Khanna in Positively Aware

“HIV care is more than just medical care. It must be coupled with services designed to uphold sexual and reproductive rights and to address the impact of violence and trauma in women’s lives. [..] Because women’s access to health care and ability to adhere to medication is related in large part to other life factors, including our physical, psychological, and emotional safety, addressing logistical barriers to care and promoting safety for women is central to achieving the National HIV/AIDS Strategy’s goals and to achieving the promise of the Affordable Care Act for women.” Read the full article here.