Taking action on HIV and inequalities in London

Date: Thursday, 26 October, 2017
Time: 9:30-13:00
Location: The King's Fund

The Mayor of London has published his draft health inequalities strategy - Better Health for All Londoners and the consultation is open until 30 November.

Visit the Mayor of London's website to download Better Health for All Londoners

Within the draft strategy the Mayor has committed to challenge the stigma associated with HIV and to support collaborative work on HIV prevention and treatment.

We want to get your views on what we could do differently, or more of, as a city and how we can collaborate better together to ensure people and communities are supported to prevent HIV and reduce the stigma surrounding it. This event will also provide opportunity to explore how the Fast Track Cities approach could work for London.

The event will be chaired by Professor Yvonne Doyle and the following speakers are confirmed:

  • Paul Steinberg, Do It London & Lambeth Council
  • Garry Brough, UK Community Advisory Board
  • Jane Anderson, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Valerie Delpech, Public Health England

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