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Author Topic: Journalist looking to interview current or former serodiscordant couples  (Read 1303 times)

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Offline journo

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Hi all,

I'm a reporter in New York. I'm working on some research for a magazine project about the challenges facing mixed-status HIV couples and I'm trying to find possible sources/interview subjects who are willing to speak with me about their experiences in mixed-status relationships.

I'm interested in speaking with anyone who is currently, or has previously been, in a serodiscordant relationship. I'm happy to speak either off-the-record, to get a better sense of some of the unique struggles that serodiscordant couples face so it can inform my reporting, but ultimately I am hoping to speak with some subjects on-the-record, who are willing to share their stories and have them featured in the article.

I'd be happy to speak off-the-record initially with anyone who replies and welcome all replies, but as I said, I'm especially hoping to speak with subjects who are open to going on-the-record. I'm certainly open to using pseudonyms or other devices to protect privacy in such cases. I'm also particularly interested in same-sex couples,  which seem to receive significantly less medical and academic study and media coverage than heterosexual couples have.

If this sounds like a project that anyone might be interested in helping with, please feel free to PM me and I can provide my direct contact information.

Thanks, all.

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Journo,

If you had read the Terms of Membership you agreed to when you created an account here, you would have read the following:

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The forums are not to be used for research recruitment purposes, unless cleared through the forums administrator by contacting editors@aidsmeds.com.


I'm locking this thread until such time as you receive permission to use our members for research.

I've also completely disabled your PM and posting privilege, also until such time as you receive permission to post here. (To our members, this means he will not see any PMs)

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