New ‘I can’t pass on HIV’ resources

It Starts With Me - I Can't Pass On HIV - Charity

New posters promoting ‘I can’t pass on HIV’ are now available to order from our resource portal.

Order these resources for your clinic and services and help raise awareness that people living with HIV who are on effective treatment cannot pass on the virus to someone else sexually, even if condoms are not used during sex.

Our series of short videos featuring Andrew, Charity and Sadiq are also now available to download and share, including subtitled versions.

Key Populations: seminar overview and presentations

Key Populations seminar, Thursday 28 March 2019, 10-4.30, BMA House, London

Earlier this year, the Government announced a new goal to eliminate HIV in England by 2030. In order to achieve this ambitious goal, providers in the HIV and sexual health sector need to ensure services and interventions are reaching the key populations at risk of HIV. The trends in key populations have shifted since the beginning of the epidemic. This event sought to determine what those trends are, and what the implications for service delivery may be.

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HIV Prevention in 2018: Round-up

As the year draws to a close there is much to celebrate within the HIV sector. The UK’s achievement of reaching the UNAIDS 90-90-90 goals ahead of the 2020 target is something that we can all be proud of. We now know that in the UK:

  • 92% of people living with HIV are diagnosed
  • 98% of these people are on treatment
  • 97% of these people are virally suppressed

As outlined in the latest Public Health England (PHE) ‘Progress towards ending the HIV epidemic in the UK: 2018 report’ [PDF], this success is down to the combination prevention approach which is now at the forefront of the sector’s efforts to eliminate new HIV transmissions.

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