July 15th 2014 was a day like no other. Close your eyes and imagine a hot day in July (not a hard feat this year)…
Unusual Risks, working together with THT, are a tour of events designed to train professionals working with people living with HIV on financial issues facing their service users….
After months of waiting and unexplained delays NHS England has stated that it won’t be rolling out PrEP to the wider public, putting thousands of Men Who Have Sex with Men at continued risk.
HIV and sexual health sector unites in action against government cuts as budgets are slashed by councils. Support people living with HIV: Stop the cuts.
Ian Green, former YMCA boss, has been appointed to the top job at the Terrence Higgins Trust following the step down of their former CEO in July last year.
The Terrence Higgins Trust’s latest CEO, Rosemary Gillespie, has “stood down” from the role after only 15 months in the job.
Regular ‘Hollyoaks’ character, Ste, is to be the first gay character in a UK soap to receive a HIV diagnosis…
Public Health England (PHE) has released its annual report ‘HIV and the United Kingdom’ ahead of next week’s National HIV Testing Week.
The PROUD trial is to fast track deferred participants onto PrEP after interim results show it to be highly effective at preventing HIV amongst men who have sex with men.