Involvement has the potential to significantly improve the quality and appropriateness of services and policymaking. It has been written into the policy landscape of health and social care and is seen to be a crucial aspect of the reform of public services. Where involvement is done well, the benefits are clear: for services and the communities which access them. However, agencies in Scotland supporting people living with and at risk of HIV could do more to involve people in their activities, and stand to benefit from the use of existing involvement tools and strategies.

This poster was presented at BHIVA 2015 Conference in Brighton, United Kingdom.

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