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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
Funded by ViiV Healthcare, the National Lottery Community Fund, and Gilead Sciences, the National Patient Survey (NPS) is a major, peer-led research project that was co-designed and administered by people living with HIV. By utilising a peer-led interview model, we aimed to examine the experience of people living with HIV and their relationship with mental health, ageing, access to general health services, and their HIV care in Scotland in order to inform future programmes and policy.
National Patient Survey Introduction
Here you will find a growing suite of briefings based on the results of the the NPS. We hope these briefings provide insight into the experiences of people living with HIV in Scotland.
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.
This briefing highlights how our health services can ensure that the needs of people living with HIV are met through digital health – and
into the new normal that we are likely to witness as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic reduces.