Issues we work on

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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. 


Our World AIDS Day resources are great tools to help you educate your students about HIV on December 1st. And...
Kat Smithson
In two years, investment in community based HIV prevention decreased by over a third in London. This coincided with significant...
Yusef Azad
One argument you see amongst those critical or worried about the introduction of PrEP is that it will result in...

Press Releases

Deborah Gold, Chief Executive at NAT (National AIDS Trust), said: "The Government’s continued silence on...
Public Health England (PHE) has today released its latest report on HIV showing that the...
Today (8 November 2019) former Wales rugby captain Gareth Thomas – who revealed he’s living...