Mar 30, 2022
SE2EP15 Peer Research across the pond: a fascinating UK study exposes barriers and bias bolstered by the pandemic
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James Watson chats with two fab guests from the UK. Vas Papageorgiou is a PhD student at the Patient Experience Research Centre in School of Public Health at the Imperial College London, England. Husseina Hamza is a peer researcher, community advocate, and the co-founder and director of Red Ribbon Living Well, a volunteer-led community organization for people living with and affected by HIV.

We explore experiences of peer research in the UK and Canada and discuss the findings of a fascinating qualitative study looking at the impact of COVID-19 on people living with HIV. Not surprisingly, Canada and UK share similar challenges, barriers and biases… but also the resilience and optimism for living well!

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Visit the pozcast episode page on The Positive Effect website for full episode details and to learn more about the guests featured on the show. Click here for the full audio transcript.

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