Community HIV testing and COVID-19

HIV Prevention England and NAT (National AIDS Trust) invite you to join us for this online event on Wednesday 26 August 2020 exploring how to deliver safe and effective community HIV testing in the current context of COVID-19, and launching NAT’s two new toolkits, created to support the effective design and evaluation of community HIV testing.

Past events

HIV Prevention England Conference 2020

HPE organises a conference to bring together professionals working in HIV prevention and sexual health in England, as well as other key figures and influencers in the field of HIV.

The 2020 conference took place on Tuesday 18 February in central London.

Download the programme [PDF]

Let’s get to zero HIV: we have all the tools we need

Understanding HIV and STIs in BAME populations

During July 2019, HPE hosted two training webinars for community and health professionals working in HIV prevention in England.

Key Populations: Understanding HIV and STI trends to help guide future prevention strategies

Thursday 28 March 2019

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.

PrEP and HIV Testing Seminar for GPs and professionals working in primary care

Monday 22 & Monday 29 October 2018

This free event for GPs and other professionals working in primary care provided an expert-led introduction of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and information on HIV testing, ahead of National HIV Testing Week.

‘I can’t pass on HIV’: Treatment as prevention webinar

Horcelie - I Can't Pass on HIV

Monday 21 May 2018

We hosted a lunchtime webinar for HIV and other professionals on what it means to be undetectable and uninfectious.

The webinar was facilitated by Dr Michael Brady, HIV consultant and Terrence Higgins Trust Medical Director.

PreP information seminar

Wednesday 14 March 2018

Working together with the PaSH partnership, we hosted an information seminar on PrEP in Greater Manchester. The session covered the ongoing PrEP Impact Trial, how PrEP fits into the HIV combination prevention package, and the role of health professionals in ensuring adequate access by those in need.

Webinar on Trans health and HIV issues

Tuesday 7 November 2017

This webinar covered was delivered in partnership with CliniQ, ClinicT, The LGBT Foundation and Yorkshire Mesmac.

HPE 2017 Conference

Thursday 18 May 2017

HIV Prevention England (HPE) organises a biennial conference to bring together HPE partners, commissioners, health promoters, HIV service providers and faith leaders working in England, as well as other key figures and influencers in the field of HIV. The last conference took place on Thursday 18 May 2017 in central London.

Download the programme [PDF]

The conference had the following outcomes:

  • Increased understanding of and attachment to the HPE programme.
  • Increased understanding of the latest developments and current issues in HIV prevention in England.
  • Delegates can take away at least one new idea for local implementation.

Find out more and view the presentations.

Information Seminar: Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis

Friday 31 March 2017

This information seminar on pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) explored access to PrEP, the upcoming national trial, and the potential impact of PrEP on HIV and sexual health services across England.

Expert Seminar: New HIV Testing Technologies

Monday 7 November 2016

The expert seminar we hosted on new HIV testing technologies explored the availability, uptake, and opportunities to the sector these new testing technologies provide.

HPE Stakeholder Event

Monday 9 May 2016

HPE hosted a stakeholder event in May 2016 [PDF]. The event covered future plans for the programme and local delivery.