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The future of HIV treatments study 


Study supported by NAPWHA – $50 gift card provided for your time

This HIV treatment study is being conducted by independent research company, Community and Patient Preference Research (CaPPRe) and is supported by NAPWHA (National Association of People With HIV Australia). Researchers are seeking people living with HIV to complete a 30 minute online survey with a $50 gift card provided for your time.

Who are CaPPRe
CaPPRe are specialists in treatment preference research and work closely with industry, academia and government to encourage patient involvement and choice in healthcare decision making. CaPPRe has been funded by a pharmaceutical company to investigate patient treatment preferences in the area of HIV.

Purpose of the Study
The purpose of this study is to explore the experience of living with HIV, with a focus on what is important to people when it comes to their current or potential future treatment. Another goal is to investigate the importance of potential long-term outcomes/goals of receiving treatment for HIV.

What’s Involved?
You will be required to complete a 25 to 30-minute online survey where you will be asked to consider scenarios for different current or future HIV treatments and to choose which treatment option you prefer. As a gesture of appreciation for your time and contribution to the research, you will receive a $50 gift card. A summary of study findings will also be available to participants following completion of the project.

Confidentiality & Privacy
Any information you provide will be strictly confidential and not shared with anyone outside the research team. Read the Privacy Policy

How to register your interest in this study?
If you would like to participate, please go HIV Treatments Study
For more information email researcher Karen Winkler at