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How Can Social Workers Help People Get Great HIV Care?

July 27, 2015

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How Can Social Workers Help People Get Great HIV Care?

When it comes to making sure people with HIV get the best possible care, what can social workers do? Whether they're securing needed services, providing safe spaces or approaching care with an eye toward empowerment, social workers can be the calm in the storm for many people living with HIV.

What makes their roles unique? TheBody.com spent time at the annual National Conference on Social Work and HIV/AIDS in New Orleans, Louisiana, and after chatting with 10 professionals about what they've learned on the frontlines of HIV care and research, we think the real question might be: What can social workers not do?

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