We need you!

We are looking for people living with HIV in Scotland to take part in a short telephone interview. These interviews will be confidential and conducted by trained peers to discuss your experiences of living with HIV. All participants will receive £10 for taking part. 

The interviews will examine the links between HIV and:

  • Ageing;
  • Access to general health services, including dentists, HIV care, or other health-related services;
  • Clinician/Patient interaction, and;
  • Mental health and mental health services.

By taking part, you will help shape creative solutions to some of the common issues that affect your healthcare, ensuring that services provide the best possible standard of care.

The National Patient Survey has been developed and led by people living with HIV to shape services and improve your health. 

Take part in a short interview to get your voice heard.

To get involved or to find out more about the project, please contact our NPS project lead Jeffrey Hirono, Policy and Research Manager, at HIV Scotland.

Email Jeff

Download the NPS Project Brief