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This year, the kiltwalk went virtual and we had seven people walk, run and swim to raised £4,516.56 for HIV Scotland. Read more
This is an exciting new paid opportunity for someone living with HIV to help shape the services of the future. Read more
We recently took Facebook to task over their slow pace when it came to removing harmful misinformation and fake adverts for 'herbal HIV cures'. Read more
Read our latest annual report here, detailing our work over 2019-2020, and our mission to reach a Scotland free of HIV-related stigma, free of new HIV transmissions, and free of HIV-related deaths. Read more
The outbreak of coronavirus is changing life for many of us. We’ve been working with partners across the UK to bring you the most up-to-date advice and guidance and have pulled it all together in one place for you.
HIV Scotland is the HIV Charity for Scotland. We're known for our detailed policy work and successful advocacy for people living with and at risk of HIV. Read more about our new mission and vision, as we enter our new phase to get to #ZEROHIV.
The Coronavirus Support Fund will allow us to continue with the additional work undertaken by HIV Scotland to support those living with HIV who are affected by COVID-19 or concerned about how it will affect their lives.
Sophie is a 4th year Medical student at the University of Dundee, who received a bursary place to attend the AIDS2020 conference from HIV Scotland. Here she talks about long-acting injectable treatment and HIV prevention. Read more
Sophie is a 4th year Medical student at the University of Dundee, who received a bursary place to attend the AIDS2020 conference from HIV Scotland. Here she shares her takeaways on the theme of LGBT+ inclusive healthcare. Read more
Watch our Health-Related Quality of Life online webinar session, with an incredible panel including Dr Meaghan Kall (Public Health England) and Dr Jeffrey Lazarus (ISGlobal). Read more
View our Q&A session to hear from our expert panel on Digital Health in Scotland. Find out what digital health means for people living with HIV. Read more