September 26th, 2023
- To review current trends in physical and cognitive rehabilitation using our program of studies as example (e.g., HIV in MOTION, HEADS UP2, TEx Study funded by the OHTN, recent UK forum on technology, mindfullness and ageing with HIV)
- To review in plain language the tips that we are gleaning from the results of our studies as well as our meetings with communities, clinicians and thinkers.
- To think into the future about how digital health technologies may influence exercise and physical activity in the context of HIV.
This is a virtual session for persons living with HIV, community leaders, academics, students, researchers, and practitioners, both clinical and organizations interested in physical activity and exercise. You can join to listen in, to share your work and views, and to support others.
Dr. Kelly O’Brien &
Dr. Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco
HIV in Motion: The goal of HIV in Motion is to advance physical activity rehabilitation interventions for people living with HIV. The HIV in Motion Community of Practice (CoP) provides a dynamic space for stakeholders to learn, exchange ideas, promote dissemination in academic and community ways, promote uptake and evaluation of learning and results about movement, physical activity, and exercise for persons living with HIV among, and with, people living with HIV.
Find more information at HIV in Motion