INTUIT: Interaction Design for Trusted Sharing of Personal Health Data to Live Well with HIV

This project seeks to identify and address fundamental TIPS challenges faced by those managing stigmatised LTCs in managing their health and interacting with care services, peer support networks, and private organisations. We will develop new tools providing people with opportunity and choice for managing the trusted sharing of their self-generated data with others. We will envision innovative service propositions that are grounded in a new empirical understanding of challenging but highly relevant contexts for sharing these data.

Photo: HIV-1 particles assembling at the surface of an infected macrophage. ByReconfirming the Traditional Model of HIV Particle Assembly. Gross L, PLoS Biology Vol. 4/12/2006, e445. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0040445 [CC BY 2.5 (], via Wikimedia Commons