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I got turned away from a tattooist because I was living with HIV - here's why I support NAT.


Last week, we joined forces with the British HIV Association, the British Association on Sexual Health and HIV, HIV


Chris Hicks

How we’re stopping unlawful health questions in care sector recruitment


The Equality Act 2010 was a landmark piece of legislation bringing together anti-discrimination law into a single Act and...


How one nurse’s experience of stigma at work led to change for all healthcare workers living with HIV


Today the UK Advisory Panel on Healthcare Workers Living with Blood Borne Viruses (UKAP)[i]...

HIV, PrEP, and the Right to Health


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


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

Why the infected blood enquiry matters


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


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


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


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


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


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