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 2017 conference took place on Thursday 18 May 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.

The presentations from the HPE conference are available below, where applicable.

Main Plenary Sessions

Morning Plenary

Afternoon Plenary

Closing Plenary

Panel and discussion:

  • Professor Jim McManus, Hertfordshire County Council
  • Marion Wadiba, The NAZ Project London
  • Dr Michael Brady, Terrence Higgins Trust/King’s College Hospital, NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr Will Nutland, PrEPster
  • Winnie Sseruma, community advocate


Workshop 1: Combination Prevention

Please note that due to technical issues on the day the audio quality for this clip is limited.

Workshop 2: HIV Prevention Innovation Fund Project Showcase

Workshop 3: Prevention for Gay and Bisexual Men

Workshop 4: HIV Testing in Community Settings

Workshop 5: PrEP: from Trial to Reality

Workshop 6: Home Sampling and Self Testing

Workshop 7: Engaging African Communities

Workshop 8: Systems Approaches to Testing and Prevention

Aaron Chady and Catherine Foulk-JonesIncreasing outreach HIV testing in Leeds using a model of effective partnership work [PDF]