Welcome to Pozcast!

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pozcast, hosted by James Watson

A show that puts the positive effect in podcasting. It is created by and for people living with HIV to understand HIV research in ways that matter. We tell stories about what HIV research means for our health, our personal lives, and our work.

We’re based in Toronto but global in outlook, and we’re produced by Universities Without Walls. 


    1. Episode 1 — Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U)
    2. Episode 2 — HIV, fatherhood and fertility
    3. Episode 3 — GIPA in the workplace
    4. Episode 4 — Poetic Justice: a collaborative retelling
    5. Episode 5 – Stigma Stings
    6. Episode 6 – Gay Men Using Meth (Part 1)- Lust, Men and Meth: A Gay Man’s Guide to Sex and Recovery

    Production credits

    • Host: James Watson
    • Producer: James Watson
    • Co-Producers: James Watson & Ryan Kerr (episodes 1-4)
    • Design: Kohila Kurunathan & Chris Carriere
    • Audio Production: Guy McLoughlin
    • Consultant: Francisco Ibañez-Carrasco

    Direct any comments, suggestions or questions to: pozcasts4u@gmail.com


    While we respect the expertise, views and ideas of our pozcast guests, their remarks are their sole responsibility.

    Episode 6: Gay Men Using Meth (Part 1) – Lust, Men and Meth: A Gay Man’s Guide to Sex and Recovery

    In this first episode of a three-part series on gay men using methamphetamine host James Watson interviews Dr. David Fawcett, a psychotherapist, sex therapist and author of the book, Lust, Men and Meth: A Gay Man’s Guide to Sex and Recovery. Mark S. King  the writer, activist, and award winning blogger of My Fabulous Disease joins […]

    Episode 4 – Poetic Justice: a collaborative retelling

    In this episode, host James Watson chats with McMaster University researcher and PhD candidate Lori Chambers about her unique research initiative, “Because She Cares.” With this collaborative project, Lori uses poetry to share the experiences of African women employed in the response to HIV. While the experiences described are specific to African women, they will no […]