Positive Health, Dignity, and Prevention (PHDP): Training Modules for Promoting Leadership among Persons Living with HIV

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Positive Health, Dignity, and Prevention (PHDP): Training Modules for Promoting Leadership among Persons Living with HIV, is now updated and expanded.

Easily adaptable for different stakeholders and country contexts, the revised PHDP better addresses the needs of key populations; reflects current guidelines, such as WHO’s test and treat; and contains 17 training modules on a range of topics, including treatment literacy, stigma and discrimination, disclosure, resilient leadership, and more. The training modules, developed by and for people living with HIV and key populations to promote personal health and advocacy for high-quality HIV services, create an easy-to-use tool to support and strengthen the HIV continuum of care.   

Visit the PHDP page to download the full curriculum, explore individual modules and training resources, and see sample training schedules for different audiences and time frames (Annex B).  

Key Features:

  • Comprehensive. 17 modules.
  • Adaptable. Allows users to focus on specific, local priorities.  
  • Flexible. Sample training plan for facilitators, based on their target audience and time available.
  • Structured. Uses a structured process to build individual capacity and strengthen social capital.
  • Inclusive. Better addresses the needs of key populations.
  • Appropriate. Uses an action learning methodology to facilitate participatory adult learning.
  • Relevant. Updated to reflect current guidelines, such as WHO's test and treat.
November 21, 2017
Year of publication
2017
Resource types
Guidelines and Policies, Training materials
Tags
people living with HIV (PLHIV), key populations, international guidelines, test-and-treat, stigma and discrimination, disclosure, HIV services, continuum of care

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