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  • Quilt Group: Here and Now, after 25 Years

    The quilt group is now in its 25th year. Some of the members are from the original core group — a testimony to the fact that this gathering continues to be relevant in today’s society. It started in an effort to immortalise those who had been lost to HIV-related illness in the Rialto Crumlin area. […]

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  • The new face of care work

    Recently, referrals for care support have become more culturally dynamic and diverse. While migrant clients represent a small percentage of ACETs overall client group, working with HIV and health management is layered with many complexities. ACET’s care team acknowledge the additional nuances associated with a migration story: language barriers cultural differences limited knowledge of local […]

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  • Barriers to HIV testing for migrants in Ireland

    Ifedinma Dimbo has stepped off our Board of Trustees to join our staff team as a researcher. Ifedinma will be asking the question “How can we overcome barriers to HIV testing for African migrants in Ireland?” Drawing from her expertise as a PhD candidate in UCC and her work on migrant experiences of our health […]

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  • U = U

    Health News: In 2017, leading global health bodies confirmed that when it comes to HIV, Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U). This means that if a person has an undetectable viral load (linked to adherence to their medication) then sexual transmission of HIV is impossible, even if a condom is not used. In education and training sessions, […]

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