What is the treatment called?
(may have more than one name ... )
How does the treatment help people living with HIV/AIDS?
Using the treatment
What form does the treatment take and how is it used?
(e.g., lotion to rub on skin, tablets to swallow ... )
How much of the treatment should you use at a time?
(e.g., two tablets, a teaspoon of syrup ... )
How often should you use the treatment?
(e.g., whenever you feel the need, twice a day ... )
How long should you use the treatment for?
(e.g., for one week, until the problem gets better, the rest of your life ... )
Do you need to do anything else to go with the treatment?
(e.g., drink lots of water, take the treatment before or after food, avoid specific foods ... )
Effects of the treatment
Can the treatment have harmful effects? If so, what are they?
What should you do if you suffer harmful effects from the treatment?
What do people who have used the treatment say about it - good and bad?
Obtaining the treatment
Where can you get the treatment?
How much does it cost, in cash or goods?
Are there any extra costs for using the treatment?
(e.g., fees to the health-care provider, buying other supplies such as dressings ... )
What will the total costs be for a complete course of the treatment, or (for long-term treatment) per month or week?
(e.g., costs for follow-up)
What is the total when the cost of the treatment is added to any extra costs?
Is there any other information you should have about the treatment?