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Why we need to improve mental services for people living with HIV

21/10/2021


by Dr Alexander Margetts

Not everyone who’s living with HIV needs mental health support. Indeed, many people manage the...

HIV and mental health: why we must improve mental health services

10/10/2021


By Calum Douglas

Today is World Mental Health Day and this year’s theme - 'Mental Health in...

Black History Month and HIV

08/10/2021


By Rebecca Mbewe

October marks Black History Month in the UK - that time of the year when...

Why we must normalise HIV testing for all

13/08/2021


By Dr Tristan Barber

For many years now we’ve had the suggestion indicator conditions are a good way to identify...

The Home Office is failing people living with HIV in Immigration Removal Centre

04/08/2021


By Tamara Manuel

People held in immigration detention in the UK are entitled to the same level of healthcare...

It’s time to paint a fuller picture on HIV in 2021

30/07/2021


By Kat Smithson

Forty years after the first cases of HIV-related illnesses and deaths, knowledge and understanding...

Drugs: how much longer can the Government ignore the evidence?

14/07/2021


By Calum Douglas

Last year we welcomed the publication of the first report of Dame Carole Black’s...

Health and care services must better support people ageing with HIV

02/07/2021


By Cheryl Gowar

In the UK, we are fast approaching the time when over half the population living with...

Why migrants living with HIV must be part of the solution to improving HIV health outcomes among those born abroad

29/06/2021


By Charity Nyirenda

Migrants living with HIV must be involved in research and initiatives wanting to understand and...

Why migrants are a key population in the UK’s response to HIV

25/06/2021


By Tamara Manuel

In 2019, 62% of all new HIV diagnoses in the UK were among migrants.[1] People born abroad...