Our awards

The excellence of NAM’s work is regularly recognised. We have received awards from the British Medical Association (BMA) for a whole array of resources, including aidsmap.com as patient information website of the year in 2006 and an award for our illustrated series The basics in 2009.

Examples of other awards include being short-listed for the Charity & Public Services Publications website of the year and the Terrence Higgins Trust 20th Anniversary award for HIV information.

2017

  • BMA Patient Information Awards

    Highly commended for Nutrition booklet

2016

  • BMA Patient Information Awards

    Highly commended for HIV & hepatitis booklet

  • BMA Patient Information Awards

    Highly commended for HIV, mental health & emotional wellbeing booklet

2015

  • BMA Patient Information Awards

    Highly commended for Your next steps booklet

  • BMA Patient Information Awards

    Commended for Anti-HIV drugs booklet

2014

  • BMA Patient Information Awards

    Highly commended for HIV, GPs and other primary care booklet

2013

  • BMA Patient Information Awards

    Commended for Hepatitis C in the illustrated series The basics

  • BMA Patient Information Awards

    Commended for How hepatitis C is passed on in the illustrated series The basics

  • BMA Patient Information Awards

    Commended for Hepatitis C treatment in the illustrated series The basics

  • BMA Patient Information Awards

    Commended for How hepatitis C is passed on during sex in the illustrated series The basics

2009

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Written Materials)

    Highly commended for HIV therapy (information series for HIV-positive people)

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Written Materials)

    Highly commended for The Basics series

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Written Materials)

    Commended for HIV & TB (information series for HIV-positive people)

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Written Materials)

    Commended for HIV & stigma (information series for HIV-positive people)

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Written Materials)

    Commended for HIV drug resistance (information series for HIV-positive people)

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Written Materials)

    Commended for Nutrition (information series for HIV-positive people)

2008 

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Written Materials)

    Highly commended for HIV & mental health (information series for HIV-positive people)

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Written Materials)

    Commended for HIV & sex (information series for HIV-positive people)

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Written Materials)

    Commended for Clinical trials (information series for HIV-positive people)

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Written Materials)

    Commended for HIV & hepatitis (information series for HIV-positive people)

2007

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Written Materials)

    Highly Commended for HIV & AIDS Treatments Directory 25th edition

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Written Materials)

    Commended for Viral load & CD4 (information series for HIV-positive people)

2006

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Website)

    First prize for www.aidsmap.com

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Written Materials)

    Highly commended for Viral load & CD4 (information series for HIV-positive people)

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Written Materials)

    Commended for Anti-HIV drugs (information series for HIV-positive people)

2005

  • Charity & Public Service Publishing Awards

    Shortlisted for Website of the Year for www.aidsmap.com

2004

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Printed Materials)

    Highly Commended for HIV & hepatitis (information series for HIV-positive people)

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Printed Materials)

    Commended for Clinical trials (information series for HIV-positive people)

2003

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Printed Materials)

    Highly Commended for HIV therapy (information series for HIV-positive people)

2002

  • Terrence Higgins Trust 20th Anniversary Awards

    NAM received the award for HIV Information

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Websites)

    Highly Commended for www.aidsmap.com

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Printed Materials)

    Highly Commended for Resistance (information series for HIV-positive people)

2000

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Websites)

    Highly Commended for www.aidsmap.com

1999

  • Pharmaceutical Marketing's Communiqué Awards

    Shortlisted for Patient Association of the Year

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Printed Materials)

    First Prize for Clinical trials (information series for HIV-positive people)

  • BMA Medical Book Competition Patient Information Award (Printed Materials)

    Commended for Anti-HIV drugs (information series for HIV-positive people)

Community Consensus Statement on Access to HIV Treatment and its Use for Prevention

Together, we can make it happen

We can end HIV soon if people have equal access to HIV drugs as treatment and as PrEP, and have free choice over whether to take them.

Launched today, the Community Consensus Statement is a basic set of principles aimed at making sure that happens.

The Community Consensus Statement is a joint initiative of AVAC, EATG, MSMGF, GNP+, HIV i-Base, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, ITPC and NAM/aidsmap
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