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
I’ve the Sunday moody blues, heading down to London ready for work in the morning, the walk across town was… Read more Expect the unexpected
More than any other year that I can remember 2015 has presented moments where I have woken up thinking I… Read more One day
Every bit of time and energy we all put into this “WAD” will be hindered by four letters. It is… Read more Let’s have a conversation…
My last HIV test was in October 2009, a long time ago for very obvious reasons – I discovered I… Read more #HIVTestWeek
Enjoying a nice quiet weekend after a busy-bee week. Sometimes you just need to sit down and chill, relax with… Read more In your shoes
I’ve woken up to a cloudy, pretty miserable November morning in Salford but I’m feeling upbeat and motivated for the… Read more It’s our 6th annHIVersary!