Keep our sexual health services confidential

Sexual health remains for most people a sensitive and private matter – if we go to a sexual health clinic we expect the information they record about our sexual behaviour, about the tests we have, any STIs diagnosed and the treatment provided, to be kept confidential.

NAT launches guide to confidentiality in healthcare for people living with HIV

Publication date

Wednesday, December 15, 2010
NAT has launched a new guide for people living with HIV explaining the basic principles of confidentiality in healthcare. The guide, ‘Personal information and the NHS’, goes through common concerns that people living with HIV might have about their HIV status, explains how their personal information will be handled, and gives practical advice about what to do if they have any concerns.