We are starting the process of renewing our five-year strategy and want to ensure that we hear the views of everyone we work with, including: people living with HIV who use our services, our volunteers and trained peer mentors, partner organisations and clinics across the UK.
This evaluation presents findings from a three-month exploration of peer support services delivered by Positively UK’s peer support team to clients who are at risk of or who are already disengaged with clinical care, struggling to adhere to prescribed treatment regimens and/or otherwise finding it challenging to live well with HIV.
As part of a series of events to mark ours 30th Anniversary, Positively UK have published the new report "Now What? The effectiveness of peer support in HIV and the need for action". The report sets out the benefits of peer support for people living with HIV, impact up the system in terms of reducing demand on health and social care services and savings to the system.