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HIV and Education Twitter Chat: Best Of

April 7, 2013

HIV & Education Twitter Chat: Best Of

Here at TheBody.com, we love interacting with our readership. On Thursday, March 28, we got together with dozens of our Twitter followers for TheBody.com's inaugural Twitter chat. The theme was HIV and education, and we think everyone walked away having learned something new! We attracted followers from several countries and continents to share their thoughts and get involved in this knowledge exchange. Read some of the best responses to our questions in this recap slideshow.

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David Stupplebeen

David Stupplebeen, Question 1: Should AIDS activism be taught alongside other civil rights movements (women, African Americans) & what materials should be used?

Stephanie Goss

Stephanie Goss, Question 1: Should AIDS activism be taught alongside other civil rights movements (women, African Americans) & what materials should be used?

Raul Queue

Raul Queue, Question 2: As HIV becomes an increasingly biomedical field, what role can the humanities (lit, art, social sciences) play in HIV ed?

Daniel M McC

Daniel M McC, Question 2: As HIV becomes an increasingly biomedical field, what role can the humanities (lit, art, social sciences) play in HIV ed?

Daniel M McC

Daniel M McC, Question 3: How can we incorporate social media/ new media into education about HIV -- prevention methods, treatment methods, and history?

Craid Andrews, silent pause, Stuart Perkins, Stephanie Goss

Daniel M McC, Question 3: How can we incorporate social media/ new media into education about HIV -- prevention methods, treatment methods, and history?

David Stupplebeen, A&PI Wellness Center, Stephanie Goss

TheBody.com, Question 4: At what age should we begin education around HIV? Is elementary school too early? Is college too late?

John T Freeman

John T. Freeman, Question 4: At what age should we begin education around HIV? Is elementary school too early? Is college too late?

Christopher Otey

Christopher Otey, Question 5: How do we incorporate personal stories/ storytelling into HIV education? Can storytelling fight cultural myths and stereotyping?

Raul Queue

Raul Queue, Question 5: How do we incorporate personal stories/ storytelling into HIV education? Can storytelling fight cultural myths and stereotyping?

Stephanie Goss

Stephanie Goss, Question 5: How do we incorporate personal stories/ storytelling into HIV education? Can storytelling fight cultural myths and stereotyping?

Myles Helfand, Stephanie Goss, Christopher Otey

TheBody.com, Question 6: HIV has a medical side and a social side. How do we do justice to both sides in the classroom?

Charlie S

Charlie S, Question 6: HIV has a medical side and a social side. How do we do justice to both sides in the classroom?




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