A collection of resources for healthcare professionals (HCPs) and people living with HIV (PLHIV).

The Full 360 - Overview

The aspiration of The Full 360 is to achieve an overall health status for PLHIV that is as good as, or perhaps even better than, the general population. The following resource provides an overview of the Full 360 initiative.



The Full 360 Expanded Aspiration

The Full 360 expands the current vision of 90-90-90, with the ultimate goal of lifelong good health. View the new aspirations for HIV care in the following PDF document



The Full 360: A presentation resource for healthcare professionals

Download a short PowerPoint presentation on The Full 360. We invite healthcare professionals to use this information for local meetings and educational initiatives.



Understanding the expectations of PLHIV

In the following videos we speak to PLHIV and HIV clinicians about what makes a great doctor, what they want to discuss and the future of HIV care.

What makes a great doctor? Perspectives from PLHIV

PLHIV and HCPs come together to discuss the attributes that they believe make a great HIV doctor.

This campaign, ‘HIV is: Just a part of him,’ encourages HCPs in the field of HIV to go beyond communicating HIV viral load as a measure of health, and include discussions about ways to maintain good health in every clinic visit.


What do PLHIV want to talk about during a clinic visit?

PLHIV and HCPs come together to consider the key health issues they want to discuss during regular appointments.


What should future HIV care look like?

PLHIV and HCPs come together to discuss the future of HIV care and how important a holistic treatment approach is now and in the future.


Health concerns of PLHIV

Everyone living with HIV has a different story and set of experiences. Here, we share individual experiences about being diagnosed with and living with HIV.

Visit HIV is Just a part of me

Dr David Wohl

What are PROs?

Professor David Wohl explains the concept of patient-reported outcomes (PROs) and how they can be used to elicit information that may otherwise be missed in a typical consultation.


How PROs can tell you more about your patient’s response to HIV therapy

Professor David Wohl talks about strategies to introduce patient-reported outcomes (PROs) into routine clinical practice.


PROs – validated, reliable and ready for use today

Patient-reported outcomes (PROs) are reliable, well validated instruments that clinicians can start to implement today, according to Professor David Wohl.


How PROs might become part of clinical care

The use of patient-reported outcomes (PROs) in clinical research likely to rise. Listen to Professor David Wohl to find out why.


Dr Hal Martin

What are patient reported outcomes?

Listen to Dr Hal Martin explain the concept of patient-reported outcomes (PROs) and how well-validated tools can be used to assess the burden of HIV treatment.


 Can PROs help physicians better understand side effects PLHIV are really feeling?

Find out how patient-reported outcomes (PROs) can improve our knowledge about outcomes and identify whether HIV interventions make a difference to people’s lives.


How are PROs used in HIV clinical trials today?

Dr Hal Martin discusses the HIV Symptom Index – a validated tool to measure patient-reported outcomes (PROs) in people living with HIV (PLHIV).