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Scotland’s World AIDS Day 2017 Parliamentary Reception

28 November 2017

Join us for Scotland’s World AIDS Day 2017 Parliamentary reception sponsored by Christina McKelvie MSP

HIV Scotland's national survey of GPs

23 November 2017

Today we are publishing the results of HIV Scotland’s National Survey of GPs.

#WhatWillYouDo for World AIDS Day 2017?

21 November 2017

The 1 December is just around the corner and it can mean only one thing: time to get out the red ribbons

HIV Anti-stigma strategy: Road Map to Zero

20 November 2017

Following a yearlong collaborative and consultative process, Scotland's HIV Anti-Stigma Strategy: Road Map to Zero will be launched on 28th November

HIV Scotland's Education Survey

20 November 2017

The next steps in our work on relationship, sexual health and parenthood education.

World AIDS Day resources for teachers

20 November 2017

HIV Scotland worked in partnership with LGBT Youth Scotland to create to create an exciting suite of resources for World AIDS Day

Research into PrEP and heterosexual people

16 November 2017

Determining perception of HIV risk and awareness of PrEP among heterosexual people in Scotland.

HIV and Education: Guaranteeing Lessons for all - next steps

20 October 2017

Last month we published our report HIV and Education: Guaranteeing Lessons for All which reported on research in to HIV education and relationships, sexual health and parenthood lessons.

Provision of Formula Milk for Mothers Living with HIV in Scotland

19 October 2017

Following on from the Cross Party Group on Sexual Health and Blood Borne Viruses, HIV Scotland has written to the Scottish Government regarding the current provision of formula milk for mothers living with HIV in Scotland.

Building a Social Security Agency that works for people living with HIV

18 October 2017

HIV Scotland has always had the ambition to help build a social security agency that better supports people living with fluctuating and stigmatising conditions, such as HIV.