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HIV +ve Anti Stigma and Discrimination campaign

Welcome to the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde HIV Anti Stigma and Discrimination campaign website.

Here you will find information on the work we are doing to tackle and reduce
HIV-related stigma and discrimination within NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.

We have been working closely with people living with HIV to create resources and a staff campaign.

Take a look at the site, watch the stories of patients’ experiences, find out the facts and you may even benefit from looking at some of the training opportunities.

Supporting Statement by Dr Linda de Caestecker Director of Public Health NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. May 2018

"I am pleased with the first stage of the campaign that took place during 2015 to 2016.

The results from the 2016 staff survey show an increase in knowledge and awareness around HIV.

This means that people living with HIV attending NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde services as patients for non HIV related treatment are more likely to experience a service with dignity, compassion and respect.

Together we can make HIV related stigma or discrimination a thing of the past."

 

 

Last Updated: 31 May 2018