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Gareth Thomas announced as HIV Commissioner to play key role in ending HIV transmissions within next decade
Today (8 November 2019) former Wales rugby captain Gareth Thomas – who revealed he’s living with HIV in September –...
NAT statement on Public Health England, Sophia Forum and Terrence Higgins Trust’s new joint report HIV: women in the UK
Kat Smithson, Director of Policy at NAT (National AIDS Trust), said: “This report provides essential insight into the needs of...
New guidance for social care services for supporting people living with HIV in Scotland
New guidelines on how social care services and care homes can best support people living with HIV in Scotland will...
Major overhaul of drugs policy needed to address a UK public health emergency
NAT (National AIDS Trust) emphatically welcomes the Health and Social Care Select Committee report on drugs policy. The report highlights...
NAT statement on universal availability to HIV prevention medication PrEP
NAT statement on universal availability to HIV prevention medication PrEP Kat Smithson, Director of Policy at (National AIDS Trust), said:...
"We must not be complacent": NAT responds to new data showing falls in HIV diagnoses
New data from PHE England released today shows continued falls in HIV diagnoses in 2018 but late diagnosis remains stubbornly...
All-time high in drug-related deaths in England and Wales
New data published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) covering England and Wales shows that deaths from drug poisonings...
NAT colaunches new HIV Commission to end HIV transmissions in England by 2030 with Government endorsement
N ew independent HIV Commission to end HIV transmissions in England by 2030 launches with Government endorsement The HIV Commission...
Patchy Prevention Green Paper: NAT response
Deborah Gold, Chief Executive of NAT (National AIDS Trust), said: “We warmly welcome the green paper on prevention. With increasing...
Drug-related deaths in Scotland highest on record
New statistics published today by the Scottish Government on drug-related deaths (DRDs) in Scotland show that there were 27% more...
NHS England recommends uncapped PrEP trial access
NHS England have announced five steps towards better access to the HIV prevention drug PrEP, including recommending removing the capped...
Government confirms sexual and reproductive health will remain with local authorities
The Government has concluded a review of commissioning arrangements for certain public health functions, including sexual and reproductive health, that...
Increases in STI diagnoses show more funding for sexual health services urgently needed
New STI data for England in 2018 show a 5% increase in STI diagnoses since 2017, with an especially worrying...
New online tool supports people living with HIV to tackle stigma
NAT (National AIDS Trust) has partnered with digital social enterprise, Reason Digital , to create a ground-breaking online tool to...
Strategy and funding overhaul needed for sexual health system at tipping point
NAT (National AIDS Trust) welcomes the Health and Social Care Select Committee report on sexual health. The report highlights the...
Councils in London accept 60% of additional PrEP places proposed for gay and bisexual men
In response to the proposal that the number of places on the PrEP Impact Trial be doubled (a 100% increase),...
Employers’ unlawful vetting of job applicant health conditions and disabilities persists, says NAT
Today marks nine years since the Equality Act was passed, yet social care providers across London have been found to...
Inquest rules Annabella Landsberg died due to failings by prison staff – NAT comment
An inquiry has found that the death of Annabella Lansdberg, a prison inmate who had diabetes and HIV, was caused...
Further delays in London to essential HIV prevention drug
NHS England announced today that whilst a doubling of places on the PrEP Impact Trial (proposed on January 23) will...
HIV and immigration detention staff must jointly ensure good care in immigration removal centres
NAT and HIV clinicians at BHIVA have produced new guidance (last published in 2009) that supports staff in Immigration Removal...