Our partners

NAM has a long tradition of working with a variety of other HIV organisations to respond to emerging challenges, expand our reach, and strengthen HIV information provision. We recognise that working together and sharing skills, experience and expertise means we can all use our resources effectively to better support people with HIV.

Current partnerships include:

European AIDS Clinical Society

European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)

European Liver Patients Association

International AIDS Society

Global Network of People living with HIV (GNP+)

Grupo Português de Activistas sobre Tratamentos de VIH/SIDA (GAT, Portugal) 

Grupo de Trabajo sobre Tratamientos del VIH (gTt, Spain)

Harm Reduction International

Hepatitis C Trust

HIV Justice Network

International HIV/AIDS Alliance

Terrence Higgins Trust

UNAIDS

The UK Government’s Department of Health

The British HIV Association

World Hepatitis Alliance

We have also worked with, amongst others, the National AIDS Trust, the UK Government's Department for International Development, the World Health Organization, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and Boston University Department of Family Medicine.

NAM works with a range of community-based organisations in other countries to make our materials available in other languages, including GAT; gTt; Deutsche AIDS-Hilfe (German); the Czech AIDS Help Society (Czech); Lega Italiana per la Lotta contro l'Aids (Italian); and Pozitif Yaşam Derneği (Turkish).

If you can help us translate our materials into other languages, we would love to hear from you.

NAM is not a grant-giving organisation and we regret we are unable to offer funding to other organisations.

Medical review panel

We work with a wide range of healthcare professionals to ensure our information materials are accurate and up to date. Here are just some of the people who have helped us with our materials over the years.

Professor Jane Anderson, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Professor Brian Angus, Infectious Diseases Consultant and Clinical Director, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Tristan Barber, Consultant HIV Medicine, Ian Charleson Day Centre, Royal Free Hospital

Dr Laura Benjamin, Clinical Lecturer in Neurology, University College London

Dr Sanjay Bhagani, Consultant Physician, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Marta Boffito, Consultant Physician/Reader, St Stephen's AIDS Trust, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, Imperial College, London

Professor Mark Bower, Consultant Medical Oncologist, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital

Dr Gary Brook, Clinical Lead GUM/HIV, London North West Healthcare NHS Trust

Darren Brown, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Fiona Burns, Senior Clinical Lecturer, Honorary Consultant Physician and Clinical Lead for HIV, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Pepe Catalan, Psychiatrist, CNWL NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Ian Cormack, Consultant GUM Physician, Croydon University Hospital

Dr Alessia Dalla Pria, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital

Heather Leake Date, Principal Pharmacist for HIV and Sexual Health, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals

Shema Doshi, Principal pharmacist sexual health, Caldecot Centre, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Alastair Duncan, Principal Dietitian, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital

Sarah Ellis, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Grahame Hayton Unit, Barts Health NHS Trust

Tom Fernandez, Nurse Practitioner, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Sarah Fidler, Consultant Physician in HIV and GUM, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Dr Stuart Flanagan, Clinical Research Fellow, Viral Hepatitis and HIV Medicine, Queen Mary University London

Dr Stuart Gibson, Barts Health NHS Trust

Susanna Gilmour-White, Specialist pharmacist, Caldecot Centre, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Fiona Hillen, Specialist Dietitian, University Hospital of Wales

Dr Rachael Jones, Lead clinician, West London Centre for Sexual Health, Chelsea and Westminster Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Professor Saye Khoo, Consultant Physician in Infectious Diseases, Royal Liverpool University Hospital

Dr Ranjababu Kulasegaram, Consultant Physician in HIV/GU Medicine, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Professor Charles Lacey, Honorary Consultant Physician, GU/HIV Medicine, York Teaching Hospital NHS Trust

Dr Fiona Lampe, University College London

Dr Tom Levett, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Dr Hermione Lyall, Consultant Paediatrician, St Mary's Hospital

Dr Nicola Mackie, Consultant in HIV/GUM, St Mary's Hospital

Dr Paddy Mallon, College Lecturer/Consultant (Infectious Diseases), Mater Hospital, Dublin 

Martin Murchie, Society of Sexual Health Advisors

Dr Silvia Montoto, Consultant in Haematology Oncology, Barts Health NHS Trust

Dr Nneka Nwokolo, Consultant Physician in Sexual Health and HIV Medicine, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital

Zoe Rice, Dietitian, The Food Chain

Dr Frank Post, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Celesta Riddles, Directorate pharmacist – HIV services, Ealing Hospital

Dr Damien Ridge, University of Westminster

Dr Iain Reeves, Consultant Physician in Sexual Health and HIV, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Daniel Richardson FRCP, Consultant & Hon Clinical Senior Lecturer in Sexual Health & HIV Medicine, Brighton & Sussex Universities NHS Trust

Dr Dana Rosenfeld, Keele University

Professor Caroline Sabin, Professor of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology, University College London

Silma Shah, Highly specialist pharmacist – HIV/GUM, Chelsea and Westminster Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Shema Tariq, Postdoctoral Clinical Research Fellow (UCL) & Honorary Consultant HIV Physician (Mortimer Market Centre)

Dr Jonathan Underwood, Infectious Diseases and General Internal Medicine Specialty Registrar, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Dr Andrew Ustianowski, Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

Dr Jaime Vera, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Dr Karen Walker-Bone, Associate Professor and Deputy Director, Arthritis Research UK/MRC Centre for Musculoskeletal Health and Work, Southampton General Hospital NHS FT

Dr Laura Waters, HIV Consultant, Central & North West London NHS Foundation Trust

Shaun Watson, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Rosy Weston, Senior lead pharmacist for sexual health and HIV, St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Professor Alan Winston, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Dr Mike Youle, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Peer review panel

We work with people living with HIV and other HIV organisations who contribute their expertise and share their experiences when reviewing our patient information resources. Some of these people are:

Chris Birch

Clive Blowes, Terrence Higgins Trust

Garry Brough, Positively UK

Patrick Cash, Patient Champion (HIV/GUM), Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Ben Cromarty, North Yorkshire AIDS Action

Robin F

Jeremy

Jo Josh, UK-CAB

Christabel Kunda, NAZ

Irina Lut, FPA

Vincent Manning, Catholics for AIDS Prevention and Support

Angelina Namiba, Associate, Salamander Trust

Mel Rattue, CEO Positively Mindful CIC 

Zoe Rice, Dietitian, The Food Chain

David Rowlands

Chris Sandford, Bloomsbury Patient Network

Alex Sparrowhawk

Sophie Strachan

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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