Currently 13% of people living with HIV in Scotland are undiagnosed, so it is vital to increase diagnostic opportunities. Whilst primary care settings have repeatedly been identified as an appropriate setting for HIV prevention and testing, evidence suggests that there are ongoing missed opportunities where individuals could and should have been tested.

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Even though over 90% of GP respondents told us that STI testing, STI treatment and HIV testing are provided in their respective practices, over a quarter of GPs do not feel comfortable raising the issues of sexual health and HIV with their patients.