A long and busy week – but a really informative and interesting one, especially the last couple of days! On… Read more Your voice in your care
This time last summer I left the comfort of my old workplace, which I loved and had spent eight years developing my career in… Read more One year
The ‘chesty cough stuff’ didn’t work and I endured the sore throat for a good few more weeks into the Autumn… Read more The b*stard in my throat
I take responsibility for my HIV status, I don’t blame myself (or anyone else); accidents happen and unfortunately the consequences of… Read more It’s not that simple
It’s 10 years since I left Lancaster University, fresh faced and ready to take on the world. I’d probably spent more… Read more Respect
This photo was taken in the summer of 2009, the middle of June and a week after when I believe… Read more VII
NHS England announced this afternoon that it is maintaining the stance that it has no legal power to commission PrEP. As… Read more Why can’t we see beyond the latex?
With almost 3,500 people accessing HIV care, a rate of 15 HIV diagnoses per 1,000 of the population and the… Read more The domino effect
Continually attending the Hathersage Centre sexual health clinic in Manchester for my bloods and consultant appointments for the past six years… Read more Where’s the first place you’d turn?
The Government’s decision this week regarding statutory Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE) and Sex and Relationships Education (SRE)… Read more Give the Government an F