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Topic "Hiv/aids" in Arabic - total 14 documents

Title: 7 good reasons to start HIV treatment now
Summary: This leaflet outlines in simple and visually attractive points the benefits of starting treatment for people living with HIV

Title: Glossary of terms - HIV
Summary: A glossary of terminology used in relation to HIV/AIDS, translated into 9 languages.

Title: Hand in hand: partnering with spiritual leaders in preventing HIV transmissions and eliminating stigma in migrant and refugee communities
Summary: This translated tip sheet resource provides spiritual leaders with insights on how they can contribute to preventing HIV transmission and address HIV stigma in communities and congregations. It encourages the establishment of stronger partnerships between service providers and faith-based institutions in addressing HIV stigma in high prevalence migrant and refugee communities.

Title: Health and treatments - HIV
Summary: This leaflet provides information to people with HIV/AIDs about monitoring their health, treatments available and use of complementary therapies.

Title: HIV - newly diagnosed
Summary: A resource for people newly diagnosed with HIV. Contains information on What happens now? Confidentiality and discrimination Who do I tell? What happens if I'm not an Australian resident?

Title: HIV an introduction
Summary: Did you know? How can I avoid becoming infected with HIV? What's the difference between HIV and AIDS? How can I find out if I have HIV? How is HIV transmitted? How do I know if someone has HIV/AIDS? Traveling overseas Using interpreters

Title: HIV What you need to know
Summary: This booklet summarises the most current information on HIV, connecting community members with health service providers in NSW. It explains what it means to have HIV as well as ways to protect yourself from getting HIV and passing it on to others.

Title: Living a positive life (audio resource)
Summary: Real stories from people living with HIV and AIDS (PLHIV)

Title: Living with HIV
Summary: This leaflets provides answers to the most common questions asked by people living with HIV/AIDS and covers such issues as transmission issues, sex, pregnancy and children, injecting drug use and overseas travel.

Title: PrEP - Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis
Summary: This fact sheet provides information about Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis. PrEP is another way to protect yourself from getting HIV.

Title: The effects of HIV/AIDS
Summary: This leaflet explain the difference between HIV and AIDS, how HIV is transmitted and how it affects the immune system.

Title: The health system in Australia
Summary: This leaflets provides an overview of health services available in Australia with a focus on people living with HIV/AIDS. 7.1 Introduction 7.2 General practitioners 7.3 Sexual health centres 7.4 Hospitals 7.5 Other HIV/AIDS services 7.6 Counsellors, social workers, psychologists 7.7 How to access the services you need 7.8 Interpreters

Title: Top tips for living well with HIV
Summary: The tips in this book were collected from people with HIV, people who teach about HIV, and HIV doctors. These people have chosen these tips as the most important ones.

Title: What is PrEP factsheet?
Summary: This translated fact sheet explains how PrEP is an extra way to protect yourself from getting HIV/AIDS. It outlines what is it and for it is for, how long one has to take it before being protected, side effects, trying to get pregnant and taking PrEP while on other medications.

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