Commissioners responsible for HIV in South London are looking for people to join a treatment services group.
The HIV Service Review was set up to investigate and respond to the changing nature of HIV epidemiology and treatment, considering the need for joined up services across the health and social care sector, now that people with HIV are living longer. The commissioners are looking for your help to join a service user group which works alongside the HIV Service Review.
As part of this review, an HIV expert advisory group (EAG) has been reviewing the evidence which has been gathered and giving advice to commissioners on the reconfiguration of future service options. To ensure that there is wider participation of people living with HIV, a ‘shadow group’ has been established. The group is looking to recruit up to 10-12 people who represent those affected by HIV and who would be able…
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