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HIV, PrEP, and the Right to Health

25/06/2019

This blog was originally published on HuffPost.

It is seven years since PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) – the drug taken...

Kat Smithson

Put words into action on prevention and fund public health

10/05/2019

80 organisations from across the health sector have issued a consensus statement telling the Government to fund...

WHY THE INFECTED BLOOD ENQUIRY MATTERS

07/05/2019

My name is Robert and I have HIV. That is probably a pretty common opening line for an...

Tackling the shortfalls in HIV care in immigration detention

22/03/2019

NAT and BHIVA have today published new guidance to support HIV care in Immigration Removal Centres (IRCs).

This follows...

Deborah Gold

Balance for Better: NAT’s work on women and HIV

08/03/2019

HIV is a women’s issue. Internationally, young women are the group facing the greatest risk of acquiring HIV and...

Chris Hicks

Improving and integrating HIV care

05/02/2019

Over the past few years, discussion across health and social care has been dominated by one word in particular...

Rosalie

A formula for success: progress on improving access to formula milk for mothers living with HIV

23/01/2019

In April 2017 we published our briefing on access to formula milk for mothers living with HIV in the...

Kat Smithson

The NHS long-term plan is a missed opportunity on prevention. The Spending Review must not be.

07/01/2019

In November Matt Hancock, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, called the additional £20.5bn announced for the...

Rosalie

Why Data Matters: HIV in Europe

29/11/2018

A new paper published in Eurosurveillance today finds that there has been substantial progress towards achieving the global UNAIDS...

M·A·C COSMETICS – 15 YEARS SUPPORTING NAT

23/11/2018

One of our strongest and most longstanding partnerships has been with M·A·C Cosmetics, who as well as stocking our red...