New Guidance for Housing Officers on HIV

Publication date

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

NAT and Shelter set new approach for assessing housing need

NAT (National AIDS Trust) has today launched a guide about HIV for housing officers. The guidance, produced in partnership with Shelter, follows a report1 in January which revealed evidence of poor practice in housing provision for people living with HIV. Research shows inappropriate housing has a detrimental effect on the health of someone living with HIV, with potentially life-threatening consequences.

New Guidance for Police Investigating Criminal Transmission of HIV

Publication date

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Police and HIV sector work together to produce guidance

New guidance has been produced to help police when investigating allegations of criminal transmission of HIV.  The guidance provides police officers with basic facts about HIV and sets out advice on how to deal with complaints about reckless (or intentional) transmission of HIV in a fair and sensitive manner.

National AIDS Trust Gives Guidance for Professionals on Asylum Seekers and HIV

Publication date

Monday, April 21, 2008
The National AIDS Trust has today, 21 April, published HIV and the UK Asylum Pathway. More people than ever before are living with HIV in the UK, and a significant number of asylum applicants are coming from high prevalence countries. This report makes the case for the needs of HIV-positive asylum seekers to be better supported throughout the asylum process and the HIV prevention needs of migrants to be considered earlier.

National AIDS Trust publishes guidance on reducing late HIV diagnosis for commissioners.

Publication date

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

NAT (National AIDS Trust) has produced a comprehensive toolkit for commissioning HIV testing services in England, in time for the NHS changes taking place this April.

The toolkit and its appendices, designed primarily for those with responsibility for commissioning HIV testing services, signposts readers to data and research on HIV testing, showcases best practice and offers suggestions of how to decide what sort of services are needed in different areas.