On May 1, 2017, HIVE welcomed two brilliant, radical and caring souls to San Francisco: Registered Midwife Jay MacGillivray and Dr. Mark Yudin (ObGyn) of Toronto’s Positive Pregnancy Program (P3).

In 2006, Jay and Mark co-founded and now co-direct the Positive Pregnancy Programme (P3) at St Michael’s Hospital, Toronto. Their interdisciplinary program works with parents and communities to provide evolving, trauma-aware and culturally-informed sexual and reproductive care for people already living with HIV and for those at systemic risk.

Their talk, “Trauma-Aware Reproductive Care for Women Living with HIV & Those at Risk” explored how prenatal care is impacted by trauma; including insecure or unsafe housing, immigration status, gender-based violence, problematic substance use, severe mental illness and exploited sex work.

We hope you learn as much as we did from their presentation. Slides and video recordings below.

 

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Presentation:

Trauma Informed Reproductive Care for Women Living with HIV & Those at Risk

Posted by HIVE: a hub of positive reproductive & sexual health on Monday, May 1, 2017

Q and A:

Posted by HIVE: a hub of positive reproductive & sexual health on Monday, May 1, 2017

 

Interested in being trauma aware and promoting resilience? Check out the #BeyondCompassion video series: https://www.hiveonline.org/beyond-compassion/