AIDS charity seeks HIV+ gay and bisexual men for workplace research

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The National AIDS Trust has commissioned an independent research project to find out more about the experience of living with HIV and employment.

They are seeking HIV positive gay and bisexual men who are currently in full-time or part-time work to take part in the study.

Participation will involve attending a focus group to talk more about experiences at work in a relaxed environment.

The groups are confidential with all results reported anonymously.

As compensation they will provide a £20 voucher and pay local travel expenses of up to £10.

The focus groups will take place in central London on Thursday 14th August and Manchester on Thursday 4th September.

All participants will be assured of confidentiality and anonymity. Non-disclosure agreements will be a feature of all focus groups.

For further enquiries or to apply to be part of the research group, please contact Nicola Douglas at [email protected] or click here.