Positive Living is an electronic magazine for people living with and affected by HIV. It is published quarterly by the National Association of People with HIV Australia (NAPWHA).

We’d like to know how you read Positive Living, and what you like about it.

This brief and anonymous survey will help us keep the magazine relevant and ensure we’re achieving its objectives.

Thank-you for your participation.

* 1. Are you:

* 2. What is your age?

* 3. What is your postcode, or country if outside Australia?

* 4. Which of the following best describes your sexuality?

* 5. What is your HIV status?

* 6. How long have you been reading Positive Living?

* 7. How difficult is it for you to access Positive Living?

* 8. How do you like to read it online?

* 9. On what primary device do you read Positive Living?

* 10. How much of Positive Living do you read?

* 11. Do you think that Positive Living is written in a way that makes it easy to read and understand?

* 12. Do you think the look of Positive Living (graphics, layout and design) is appealing?

* 13. What content do you most like to read in Positive Living?

* 14. Is there anything you don't like reading in Positive Living?

* 15. When you've read Positive Living, how do you generally feel?

* 16. Have you ever recommended Positive Living to someone living with HIV?

* 17. Positive Living tries to strike a balance between articles on health and treatment issues and articles on other lifestyle issues including relationships, welfare, work, leisure and politics. What do you think of the balance?

* 18. Are there any final comments you would like to add about Positive Living or how it might be improved?