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Trending news, policies and programs, research, new media, and national and global Information

The Doctor's Channel: Latest in HIV/AIDS

The Doctor’s Channel offers free video CME, medical news, and physician education. Featuring insights and opinions from experts in over 50 specialties, as well as community and lifestyle features that help doctors stay on top of the latest news, ideas, and information.

Mark S. King: My Fabulous Disease

Get ready for some frank opinion, inspirational writing, debate on sexual politics, and videos of poz life featuring my family and friends.

Aidsmap Blog

We change lives with knowledge; keep the world informed about HIV and AIDS; support individuals affected by HIV to understand their health and their options; support healthcare and CBO staff to turn the latest research into practice; share best practice and the latest evidence base globally; build capacity; debunk myths; and we respond to the changing epidemic.

New England Journal of Medicine - HIV and ID Observations

An ongoing dialogue on HIV/AIDS, infectious diseases, all matters medical, and some not so medical, with Paul E. Sax, MD.

Physicians' Research Network

Since 1990, helping busy clinicians master the science and art of caring for people with HIV disease.

This Positive Life: Video Interviews Featuring People Living With HIV/AIDS (from

Video Interviews Featuring People Living With HIV/AIDS

Shawn & Gwenn

A Boy. A Girl. A Virus. Since 2000, Shawn and Gwenn have been educating together, using their relationship as a way to talk about the issues of sexual health. By combining humor and candor, they’ve successfully engaged tens-of-thousands of college students, and have shared their story with millions of people through Cosmopolitan Magazine, MTV, BBC and HBO films.

PDFs and Magazines

ACRIA Publications (AIDS Community Research Initiative of America)

ACRIA’s library of publications includes a variety of HIV health literacy education resources in both English and Spanish, including Achieve and our topic-specific educational booklets, all available on this site. (Note: you do not need to have a Dropbox account to view/save the .pdf articles.)


Community magazine for people living with or affected by HIV and Hepatitis. We have regular positive writers who contribute their own personal experiences, topical news from UK to global. There are pages of treatment information covering current and future medications, lifestyle, diet and physcological support.

HIV Plus Magazine

News and information regarding treatment, prevention, healthy living, testing, stigma, relationships and more.

HIV Positive! magazine

The mission of this site is exactly the same as the mission of the print version of HIV Positive! magazine: to help you live a long, productive, fantastic life with HIV.

Positively Aware

A community resource for accurate, up-to-date treatment information and related news for people living with HIV/AIDS and their advocates.


POZ is a monthly magazine that chronicles the lives of people affected by HIV/AIDS. Its website,, has daily HIV/AIDS news, treatment information, forums, blogs and personals


The majority of online medical journals involve some type of subscription or per publication cost. Below are a few of the more credible and current titles.

AIDS and Behavior

AIDS and Behavior provides an international venue for the scientific exchange of research and scholarly work on the contributing factors, prevention, consequences, social impact, and response to HIV/AIDS.

AIDS Education and Prevention: An Interdisciplinary Journal

Presenting state-of-the-art research and information, AIDS Education and Prevention is a vital addition to the library collections of medical schools, hospitals, and other institutions and organizations with HIV/AIDS research programs. The journal integrates public health, psychosocial, sociocultural, and public policy perspectives on issues of key concern nationally and globally.

JIAS: Journal of the International AIDS Society

The JIAS was founded in 2004 by the International AIDS Society (IAS) as a platform to disseminate essential HIV research with the mission to contribute to an evidence-based response to the HIV epidemic and to support research capacity building in resource-limited settings.