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A future vision for HIV services in London

As NHS services begin their recovery planning, following lots of temporary changes to services due to the pandemic, there will be review and reflection on what has worked and what hasn’t.

During this time it’s likely that services will start to look at how things are run in the future. London’s Integrated Care Systems (groups of organisations from the NHS and local Councils) are also coming together to plan services in each area of London.

Fast-Track Cities London wants to use this unique moment in time to develop a vision for HIV services for London. This will give providers and commissioners a blueprint to what services people living with HIV will need in the future.

London’s Fast-Track Cities Leadership Group wants this vision for London to be developed with the HIV community front and centre, informing this work.

We are therefore seeking people to be part of an advisory group to work with us to develop this draft vision. Once we have developed a draft vision we will share this widely with the HIV community and wider HIV sector before we give this to providers and commissioners to inform their plans.

If you are interested in applying please fill in the quick expression of interest form via survey monkey here:

The deadline is 5pm on Friday 7th August 2020.

We will have to limit the number of advisory group members to 20 people in order to keep the meetings manageable so applications will be considered on a first come first serve basis. We will also select people to make sure we have a mixed representation from different communities.

The first online meeting will take place on Tuesday 18th August with online meetings every two weeks on a Tuesday at 15:30 pm.

If you have any questions please email

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