Long Time No Syphilis

As public health budgets get cut, lots of people who need to know about syphilis (and get tested or treated for it) don’t know about how it is prevented, treated or cured. It's time for that to change. Read more

AIDS2020 - Attend the Virtual Conference

We're delighted to be able to offer free scholarships to the world's largest conference on HIV - the International AIDS Conference, thanks to funding from Gilead Sciences. Find out how you can apply here. Read more

Complaints

we recognise that from time to time there may be occasions when people feel that the quality or actions of the organisation or our employees fall short of what you could reasonably expect. We also want to know about these occasions so that we can make good the problem and plan to avoid its repetition. If you have a complaint, we would like you to tell us about it. Read more

Coronavirus Support Fund resources

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. Read more

Coronavirus

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. Read more

Ageing with HIV Expert Seminar: Stigma-free Social Care

This seminar was designed to bring together people living with HIV, key partners, decision-makers, and the third sector to discuss and address Stigma-free Social Care among older adults living with HIV. Read more

Getting to Zero - The Campaign

This World AIDS Day, HIV Scotland and Waverley Care are teaming up to launch the Getting to Zero campaign. We want Members of the Scottish Parliament to take action to ensure that Scotland meets global targets to reach zero new HIV transmissions, zero HIV-related deaths, and zero HIV-related stigma by 2030. Read more

Ageing with HIV Expert Seminar: Social Isolation

This seminar was designed to bring together people living with HIV, key partners, decision-makers, and the third sector to discuss and address Social Isolation among older adults living with HIV. Read more

Ageing with HIV Expert Seminar: Quality of Life

This seminar was designed to bring together people living with HIV, key partners, decision-makers, and the third sector to discuss and learn about ensuring the best quality of life for older adults living with HIV. Read more

Creative Activism

Building on the work of our book, Disclosures: Rewriting the Narrative About HIV, we will develop spaces for people living with and affected by HIV to take part in creative activism by sharing their stories, both fiction and non-fiction. We believe that a creative outlet can hugely benefit people living with and affected by HIV. Read more

HIV Testing in Primary Care

Funded by ViiV Healthcare, our proposed programme – HIV Testing in Primary Care – is designed to build the capacity of primary care nurses and GPs to undertake effective and efficient HIV testing which is free from stigma and discrimination. Read more

Living Well: 50+

There are about 5,900 people living with HIV in Scotland and it is estimated that 50% will be over the age of 50 by 2030. Read more

National Patient Survey

Funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, Gilead Sciences, and ViiV Healthcare, the National Patient Survey (NPS) will be a major, peer-led research project in Scotland to consider the views and experiences of people living with HIV. Read more

Cross Party Group on Sexual Health & Blood Borne Viruses

The Cross Party Group on Sexual Health & Blood Borne Viruses exists to raise awareness of holistic sexual health and blood-borne virus issues and to inform and promote policies grounded in evidence that will address Scotland’s response, and health and wellbeing in this field, through the involvement of stakeholders and populations with direct experience Read more

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