Participation among people with HIV

    From school to employment

    Publication date: 01 January 2013

    Worldwide, an estimated 36 million people live with HIV. The number of people newly diagnosed with an HIV infection is increasing, including in the Netherlands. At present, there are an estimated 23,000 registered patients, with an annual total of 1,000 new diagnoses.


    With this project, in-depth insights will be obtained in the participation (problems) of people living with HIV at different ages. Specific attention will be paid to different groups raised by HIV clinicians due to problems or questions in the area of participation. For children, the focus will be on school participation, and for adults on employment. The data collection will take place by means of questionnaires and interviews. For this research, there will be an intensive cooperation with the Erasmus MC and the Sophia Children’s Hospital.