12:48 | 21st March 2019

Positive Eye:

Living HIV Confident - George House Trust

A short course led by Colin Armstead, Services and Development Manager, to support you to live confidently with HIV following a recent diagnosis or if you are new to George House Trust.

Jimmy, Clive & Christopher announced to host HIV charity event

Jimmy Somerville, Clive Anderson & Christopher Biggins announced for HIV charity gala event - NAT's SPRING AWAKENING on Wednesday 14th May 2014

New research into mental wellbeing and HIV highlights need for greater support

States of Mind Report shows three quarters of people living with HIV experience mental health issues and recommends improvements to services

Friday 21st June is Body Positive Dorset Day.

And that means FUN and FUND-RAISING! Fundraising is a great way to get to know your colleagues and to show your customers that you are a responsible business that cares for your local community... and it’s great fun!

Gaming console/computers to help tackle research into HIV/AIDS

Reports suggest that Graphic Processing Units (GPUs) made by Nvidia are helping scientists advance their HIV/AIDS research. Researchers in Barcelona have simulated the behaviour of the initial crucial step in the HIV maturation process, which starts the infectious phase of HIV.


Every year World AIDS Day events take place across the country to raise awareness and show support for people living with HIV.

Out To Swim secure FreeSport funding for FREE swim programme for adults with HIV

Out To Swim LGBT masters swimming club have secured a FreeSport grant from the Mayor of London to provide free swimming lessons for people living with HIV (PLWHIV) in London, to coincide with the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.

THT's WALK FOR LIFE - By Royal Decree

Walk for Life is an annual 10K sponsored walk through central London to raise vital funds to support people living with HIV in severe financial need. If you haven’t noticed already, we’ve decided to have a right royal knees up and go all regal with our fancy dress theme for this year

Seeking older gay men to interview about HIV and AIDS in the 80's and 90's

Dana Rosenfeld, a sociologist at Keele University, is looking to interview gay men aged 50 and older who lost friends and/or partners to HIV/AIDS during the 1980s and 1990s.

XMAS IN SOHO" -the fantastic new Christmas track

XMAS IN SOHO" -the fantastic new Christmas track and video written and put together by BOISOUNDS MUSIC and THE VERY MISS Dusty "O"in aid of the non for profit organisation STATUS - encouraging people to get tested for HIV.

8th WIG Party raises money for NAT

Creative industries gather at the W.I.G. PARTY to celebrate the eccentric and promote acceptance. It all started at a private house party, when a group of friends decided to have some fun, raising some money for charity


Two volunteers from the Central YMCA Positive Health Programme have been awarded a community award by the ASA - swimming’s governing body

Update - GMFA launches nationwide scheme to alert men at risk of STIs

A major UK-wide scheme to notify partners of gay men diagnosed with sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is being piloted in clinics across England. Men who are diagnosed with an STI can notify previous sexual partners via an online system, so the partners can get tested and, if necessary, treated.