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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...

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...

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...

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...

"So much research is done on us, this time it was a true collaboration" - Changing Perceptions reports

07/11/2018

This is a guest blog for NAT from Silvia Petretti, joint CEO at Positively UK. Visit the Changing Perceptions website...

Kat Smithson

U=U, human rights, and criminalisation: highlights from International AIDS Conference

03/08/2018

NAT hit Amsterdam 23-27 July 2018 for AIDS2018. This was my first foray into the hotpot of activism and energy...

Charlie Alderwick

LAUNCH OF THE HIV MANIFESTO

16/05/2017

We’re calling on the next government to stand with people affected by HIV 

Alongside nineteen other HIV organisations, NAT...

Juno Roche

We need to correctly identify trans people in the health system

30/03/2017

To mark International Transgender Day of Visibility and the launch of NAT’s new report Trans* people and...

Highest ever drug misuse deaths

01/11/2016

Following the news that Glasgow will open the first safe injecting rooms in the UK, Daniel Vincent asks if we’re...