An evening for People Affected by HIV

An evening for People Affected by HIV

We would like to organise an evening for partners, friends and family members of people living with HIV. Do you feel someone close to you would like this kind of space? What would they like to talk about? Read more and contact us with ideas...
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Positively UK’s Statement on PrEP

Positively UK’s Statement on PrEP

Positively UK welcomes the findings from PROUD and IPERGAY studies. We recognise that HIV is complex area, and that PrEP should be used as part of a wider range of interventions. We also urge more research be undertaken on the implementation of PrEP on key populations and other vulnerable group such as women and migrants, as well as the necessity of education on PrEP, both to raise awareness and to ensure people can make informed choices, including implications of its long-term use.
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“And the winner is…”

“And the winner is…”

Positively UK are extremely proud to announce that we are the winners of two PEN National Awards 2014. The first award in the Personalisation of Care category, and the second award was for best Overall Third Sector Organisation out of all the finalists across all categories.
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Access to PrEP

Access to PrEP

Positively UK are proud to add our signature to a new statement from community organisations working on HIV prevention calling for PrEP to be made available on the NHS. PrEP stands for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis. It involves a person who doesn’t have HIV taking pills regularly to reduce their risk of acquiring HIV.
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Improving well-being

Improving well-being

“..without Positively UK I would still be struggling…”

 

 

Downloadable .pdf version of Improving well-being: The effectiveness of peer support

The findings in our new report, Improving well-being: The effectiveness of peer support, are the result of research

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States of Mind

States of Mind

People living with long-term medical conditions experience higher levels of poor mental health and emotional well-being, and this is exacerbated for people living with HIV. This report, based on a survey of nearly 200 people living with HIV demonstrates the
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