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Integrating HIV healthcare: before and after COVID-19

21/07/2020

By Cheryl Gowar, Policy & Campaigns Manager

The delivery of healthcare is perhaps one of the most obvious ways that...

The Government must tackle health inequalities if they truly believe Black Lives Matter

19/06/2020

By Natasha Dhumma, Head of Policy & Campaigns and Rosalie Hayes, Senior Policy & Campaigns Officer

The arrival of...

Kat Smithson

We must be ambitious in our action on HIV during the COVID-19 crisis

03/06/2020

By Kat Smithson, Director of Policy

Beyond the number of people dying, COVID-19 compounds inequalities that lead to poorer health...

Why access to mental health services needs to be consistent across the country

22/05/2020

By Natasha Dhumma, Head of Policy & Campaigns 

Poor mental health is significantly more common among people living with HIV...

COVID-19: Keeping your HIV status confidential from your employer while shielding

07/05/2020

By Rosalie Hayes, Senior Policy & Campaigns Officer

In the third edition of our series of blog posts relating to...

COVID-19 BAME Inquiry could be a turning point for health inequalities. We cannot let it be undermined

30/04/2020

By Natasha Dhumma, Head of Policy & Campaigns, NAT

On Friday it was revealed that Trevor Phillips had been...

Cheryl Gower

What should be the priority in World Immunization Week?

24/04/2020

By Cheryl Gowar 
 

This is World Immunization Week. As the number of deaths worldwide from COVID-19 moves closer to...

Katy Sharrock

Recommendations on Sexual Health Services and COVID-19: the HIV perspective

15/04/2020

By Katy Sharrock

The Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH), British HIV Association (BHIVA), and the British Association for...

Migrants living with HIV during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic

09/04/2020

By Tamara Manuel

At National AIDS Trust we have long drawn attention to the barriers that migrants...

COVID-19: An unreasonable employer

06/04/2020

By Rosalie Hayes

Last week we published some general information for employees living with HIV in response to...