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The African HIV Research Forum is a meeting place for those interested in HIV research with particular relevance to the issues surrounding the African epidemic within the UK.
Detailed information on HIV, treatment and research, NAM is the leading provider of factual, reliable information on all aspects of HIV. The information ranges from the scientific to the highly accessible. The site also has information on local, national and international groups.
The website of BASELINE a nationally distributed magazine for People living with HIV and hepatitis co-infection, and the information on HIV is excellent.
"beyondpositive" is an online magazine for people living with HIV in the UK. It has a selection of the best HIV columnists out there, covering as many demographics as they can. They also publish HIV related news stories, the latest health information, opinion pieces, and reviews of events and products. It is the brainchild of Tom Hayes, who started blogging his experience of life with HIV days after he was diagnosed back in 2011. Initially blogging anonymously under the pseudonym "UKPositiveLad" he has since revealed his true identity to the world.
Home of the standards of care for people living with HIV, The British HIV Association (BHIVA) BHIVA has become the leading UK professional association representing professionals in HIV care. Founded in 1995, it is a well-established organisation which is committed to providing excellence in the care of those living with and affected by HIV. It acts as a national advisory body to professions and other organisations on all aspects of HIV care. BHIVA also provides a national platform for HIV care and contributes representatives for international, national and local committees dealing with HIV care. In addition, BHIVA works to promote undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing medical education within HIV care.
Founded in 1992, GMFA is the UK's leading charity dedicated to gay men's health. Their mission is to improve gay men's health by increasing the control they have over their own lives. They believe that the best health promotion for gay men comes from gay men themselves. For this reason, they use the knowledge and ideas of volunteers, most of them gay men, to design and plan their sexual health interventions.
Launched on World Aids Day 1992, Herts Aid is a registered HIV and sexual health charity providing support, clinical and educational services across Hertfordshire. They have offices based in Ware and Watford, and can also arrange to see their Service Users in their home or at a venue of their choice.
HIV i-Base is a treatment activist group. They are committed to providing timely and up to date information about HIV treatment to HIV positive people and to health care professionals. This includes technical and non-technical publications (all also available online, many in other languages) and a Q&A service (by phone, email and online). They also work with the UK-CAB Steering Group to support this network of over 700 activists in the UK.
Life with HIV is the NAT's dedicated site for people living with HIV. It has a wide range of easily accessible information on a wide range of subjects, and also includes the web-based guide to health and social care.
Living Well is an NHS-funded programme for people living with HIV. Their aim is to help people improve their quality of life by providing them with a wide range of options, such as the positive Self-Management Programme (PSMP), Life Coaching and Advocacy Training.
Kernow Positive Support (KPS) is an independent voluntary organisation that has been established to affect and develop HIV support services within the county of Cornwall.
MyHIV is a dedicated site within the THT website, specifically for people living with HIV. The hugely popular online forums and chat provide a safe place for people living with HIV to share and discuss the issues which really matter.
NAT is the UK's leading charity dedicated to transforming society's response to HIV. They provide fresh thinking, expertise and pratical resources. They champion the rights of people living with HIV and campaign for change.
There are over 60,000 people living with HIV in the UK. HIV does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race or sexuality. But society does. Positively UK believes in human rights, equality and justice and actively seeks to serve the community it represents.
The Home of Staffordshire Buddies. This website contains information for those people living in Staffordshire about the services currently provided by Staffordshire Buddies and links to the agencies that it manages. This site contains information about treatments, support and has a full on-line edition of their newsletter (with all back copies).
The Body covers every aspect of HIV and AIDS from the medical to the social, and hosts over 70 top AIDS groups. Free interactive Q&A with experts and art and photo exhibits.
THT is a leading provider of support and information, with a website packed with resources. The site provides information on living with HIV, available support services, legal aspects of living with HIV and a whole lot more.
Thames Valley Positive Support provides an extensive support service to those infected and affected by HIV in the Thames Valley area. TVPS provides funding for Living Proof weekends for those diagnosed over five years and living within their catchment area. TVPS Online provides support and information at both a local and national level.
Positive West Midlands are a peer support group for people living with HIV. Meetings take place twice a week in Birmingham. The group faciliate a programme of recreational and fun activities. For information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
National Long Term Survivors Group
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