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SRE Supplementary Advice published: NAT comments.
28th February 2014
Deborah Jack, chief executive, NAT (National AIDS Trust) response to the publishing of supplementary advice for schools on SRE for...
MPs urged to reject amendment to refuse visas to people living with HIV.
30th January 2014
NAT (National AIDS Trust) has called on MPs to reject an amendment to the Immigration Bill which would stop people...
More to do on NHS confidentiality for people with HIV.
22nd January 2014
The NHS needs to do more to tackle HIV-related stigma, lack of patient knowledge on the use of their personal...
Dangerous failures in HIV care in the UK’s Immigration Removal Centres.
23rd December 2013
A new report from NAT (National AIDS Trust) shows worrying gaps in HIV treatment and care within the UK’s Immigration...
Public demand reversal of BBC red ribbons ban.
20th December 2013
NAT (National AIDS Trust) has written to Lord Tony Hall, Director General of the BBC, asking him to reverse the...
New HIV figures show NHS is failing in its public health responsibilities.
21st November 2013
New statistics from Public Health England (PHE) show that 98,400 people were living with HIV in UK at the end...
FACT UP ABOUT HIV THIS WORLD AIDS DAY.
15th November 2013
This World AIDS Day (1 Dec), NAT (National AIDS Trust) is calling on the nation to #FactUp about the modern...
NAT responds to London Council's announcement about pan-London HIV prevention.
15th November 2013
NAT (National AIDS Trust) welcomes the news that London Councils will continue to deliver a range of pan-London HIV prevention...
Immigration Bill will have negative impact on health.
22nd October 2013
A coalition of health, migrant, children’s and refugee organisations has come out against Government proposals to limit migrant access to...
NAT comments - lifetime ban on gay men donating blood in Northern Ireland is 'irrational'.
15th October 2013
NAT welcomes Friday's ruling in the High Court of Belfast that the lifetime ban on gay men donating blood in...
NAT launches My Care My Voice.
30th September 2013
Today (30 September 2013) NAT launches a new resource to empower people living with HIV to get the most from...
NAT response to the Government's final national curriculum framework
12th September 2013
Deborah Jack, Chief Executive, NAT (National AIDS Trust) said: "NAT (National AIDS Trust) is deeply disappointed that the Government have...
NAT statement on modernising HIV rules.
15th August 2013
NAT (National AIDS Trust) welcomes these changes to the guidance on HIV positive healthcare workers undertaking exposure-prone procedures as we...
National AIDS Trust calls on police to update their guidance on HIV.
18th July 2013
NAT (National AIDS Trust) is calling on all UK police forces to ensure their guidance and policies on HIV are...
New HIV risk for people who inject drugs.
6th July 2013
A significant increase in the number of gay men injecting drugs and people injecting Image and Performance-Enhancing Drugs could lead...
Government announces it will provide foil to drug users - NAT comment.
5th July 2013
NAT (National AIDS Trust) welcomes the news that the Government will now be providing foil for drug users through drug...
Limiting migrant access to the NHS - NAT comment.
3rd July 2013
(NAT) National AIDS Trust comments on the Government’s consultation on limiting migrant access to the NHS, including charging for primary...
Statement on Sir Patrick Nairne
6th June 2013
NAT was saddened to hear of the death of Sir Patrick Nairne. He was one of the first NAT trustees...
International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia - NAT comment
17th May 2013
Friday is International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. To mark the day NAT is repeating its call to legalise gay...
NAT comment on the Queen's speech and the impact it could have on people living with HIV.
8th May 2013
NAT (National AIDS Trust) responds to the announcement in the Queen's Speech today that migrants will face further restrictions to...