News & events

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Launch of the National Involvement Standards

14 September 2017

HIV Scotland were delighted to launch the National Involvement Standards on Wednesday 13th September.

Launch of National Involvement Standards

13 September 2017

HIV Scotland are delighted to be launching the National Involvement Standards on Wednesday 13th September and would like to invite you to join us.

SHIVAG conference 2017

12 September 2017

This year’s SHIVAG conference featured lively discussion on improving testing for key populations, criminal justice in the U=U era (undetectable equals untransmittable) and an update on PrEP since its roll out in July 2017.

#KnowYourRisk - Testing Week Scotland: 11-17 September 2017

11 September 2017

Scotland’s first testing week launches to tackle undiagnosed HIV, hepatitis and STIs rates rise

Generic PrEP now available on NHS

8 September 2017

SHIVAG conference 2017

8 September 2017

Join the Scottish HIV and AIDS Group (SHIVAG) annual conference

HIV Scotland’s draft response to Social Security Committee on Social Security Bill

24 August 2017

We're looking for feedback on our submission on social security committee.

HIV and education: next steps

21 August 2017

Over the past year HIV Scotland has been engaging with a range of stakeholders, including local authorities, third sector, NHS and teaching organisations, to better understand how young people learn about HIV in school through Relationship, Sexual Health and Parenthood (RSHP) education.

Barriers to HIV testing raised at Pride Glasgow

21 August 2017

The HIV Scotland team headed to Pride Glasgow last weekend to discuss barriers to HIV testing and the roll-out of PrEP.

Research shows HIV testing in Primary Care is cost effective

19 August 2017

A new study, published at the end of July, found that offering routine HIV tests to people during the registration process with new GP surgeries in high-risk areas is cost effective and can lead to people living with HIV being diagnosed and supported on to treatment, where they might otherwise have been unaware of their status.