NAT (The National AIDS Trust) are currently undertaking a project looking at the issue of HIV partner notification. They are planning an expert seminar on the subject in the near future, focusing particularly on what measures could be taken to ensure that HIV partner notification is of a high, effective and consistent quality across clinical settings. They are looking for any thoughts SSHA members may have had on this subject, for instance:
- What is your experience of HIV partner notification in your clinic?
- How do you think it could be improved?
- Which methods do you think are best, and which should be explored further?
- What do you think are the key debates within the field of partner notification?
- What do you think should be the national standard for HIV partner notification, if you believe there should be one?
NAT would be very grateful for any input you have, and any particular examples of innovation on good practice, which they will feed into their work. Please send your responses to Steven Akehurst, Policy Officer at NAT, email@example.com
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