About the Project:

The Scottish National Patient Survey will be a major, peer-led research project in Scotland to consider the views and experiences of people living with HIV. The survey will cover a variety of areas including treatment, care, access to services, living with HIV, ageing and stigma, and mental health. Our goal is to build the capacity of people living with HIV to conduct high-quality interviews at a research level. The data collected will be used to develop a report targeted at local and national decision makers to ensure that the challenges people living with HIV experience are addressed.

About the Workshop:

The Peer Interviewer Workshop will help prepare people to carry out high-quality interviews that are respectful of interviewees and to generate useful and relevant information for the National Patient Survey.

On the day, our trainers will help peer interviewers to:

  • Recognise the skills and experience they bring to the project.
  • Build and develop the abilities and skills necessary for the task.
  • Build people’s confidence.

Travel expenses will be reimbursed. Lunch, coffee, and tea will be provided.

This is a popular training event and space is limited. If you are living with HIV and are interested in being involved as a peer interviewer, please get in touch with our Policy and Research Manager, Jeff at [email protected].

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