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NAT Topic - Preventing HIV

Preventing HIV

Preventing HIV 

The issue: 

HIV transmission can be prevented, but thousands of people are still diagnosed in the UK every year. People at risk urgently need to know how they can avoid getting HIV, and medication that can prevent transmissions, such as PEP and PrEP, must be easily available to them. 

What we do: 

National AIDS Trust influences national strategy, policy and guidance on preventing HIV transmission. Through research on public spending on HIV prevention, we hold government to account. We have taken legal action to ensure that everyone who needs it can access PrEP. We work with partners to make sure we have high quality HIV prevention services that meet the needs of all key populations. 


Check out our latest resources on this topic below: 

Blog

By Dr Tristan Barber For many years now we’ve had the suggestion indicator conditions are a good way to identify...
By Calum Douglas Last year we welcomed the publication of the first report of Dame Carole Black’s independent review of...
By Charity Nyirenda Migrants living with HIV must be involved in research and initiatives wanting to understand and improve HIV...

Press Releases

National AIDS Trust’s response to Cambridge University and Public Health England research about ending HIV...
The Government and NHS are failing migrants in the UK living with or at risk...
National AIDS Trust, Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) and The Love Tank are backing the wide...

Publications

HIV and migration: Understanding the barriers faced by people born abroad living with HIV in the UK
HIV perspective on the ‘Nordic’ or ‘end-demand’ model
Briefing paper from National AIDS Trust, Terrence Higgins Trust and The Love Tank, April 2021...

Real Stories

"I was not educated about HIV." I was not educated about HIV. I saw the...

Online Guides