Fast-Track Cities improvement projects
Given this is such a challenging time for people and organisations, it has been fantastic to see so much creativity happening. We’ve seen how charities, clinicians and our statutory partners are continuing to support people living with HIV and carry on their vital services.
The improvement community is made up of 22 not for profit organisations and nine NHS Trusts, working together on 12 projects. Last week they came together online with ELFT (East London NHS Foundation Trust) our Quality Improvement partner, to discuss innovative ways of working, keeping in touch and launching their projects where this is possible.
Take the sex survey
The GMI partnership made up of METRO Charity, Postive East and Spectra want to hear about your sex life and no they aren’t just being nosy! The feedback will help to shape services now and in the future.
They want to hear from anyone over 16 about how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting people’s sex lives, access to services and their sexual health needs.
HIV clinical services web page – NAM aidsmap
HIV clinical services across London continue during the current global pandemic, but most are working differently.
NAM aidsmap have put together a very helpful web page with a list of all HIV clinical services and their websites in London, so patients can get in touch with their clinics to check what services are currently being offered.
Take a look and share this widely with people living with HIV.
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