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HIV Testing: Clinics and Community Jason Warriner Clincal Director Terrence Higgins Trust. Testing Settings:. Hospital – sexual health clinic, antenatal, acute admissions and A & E, occupational health Community – community sexual health services, GP’s, charities

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Hiv testing clinics and community jason warriner clincal director terrence higgins trust

HIV Testing: Clinics and CommunityJason WarrinerClincal DirectorTerrence Higgins Trust


Testing settings

Testing Settings:

  • Hospital – sexual health clinic, antenatal, acute admissions and A & E, occupational health

  • Community – community sexual health services, GP’s, charities

  • Outreach – PSV, libraries and learning centres, churches/faith centres

  • Outdoor – sport events….Football


Stakeholder engagement

Stakeholder engagement:

  • Early conversations

  • Local GU/HIV services

  • Commissioners – NHS and Local Authority

  • Community services

  • Venue owners

  • THT staff

  • Service users: current and potential

    • Is at appropraite to provide testing in a non-clinical setting?

    • Is it appropraite to give the result in that setting?


Considerations

Considerations:

  • NHIVTW………only one week

  • Sustainability

  • Risk

  • Courage

  • Challenge


Prevention

Prevention:

  • What do we mean by prevention?

  • Who is responsible for prevention?

  • More than condoms!

  • Motivational interviewing

  • Behaviour change

  • Testing

  • Treatment


Finally

Finally:

  • Some good examples of working together to promote testing

  • Are we all on the same page when we talk about prevention?

  • New ways of prevention

  • Workforce – skills required to undertake prevention work


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