UK sources of information and / or support
Has an information leaflet on HIV and AIDS.
World leaders in providing professional HIV and AIDS treatment and services information - huge database of AIDS treatment info and HIV services in UK.
AIDS & HIV health promotion information, including transmission information and information about testing.
BHIVA is the UK professional association representing professionals in HIV care. Founded in 1995, it is a well-established organisation which is committed to providing excellence in the care of those living with and affected by HIV.
CARA is a local volunteer organisation working in West London. They provide a range of services to people living with HIV, helping them to live life to the full.
An association of professionals who are committed to providing excellence in the care of children infected or affected by HIV and their families. Although the content of this website is aimed at health professionals, it has much to interest the general public.
Children With AIDS Charity aims to help the youngest of those infected or affected by HIV and AIDS, by assisting these children and their families to lead as near normal a life as possible.
A website developed by NAT which provides all the basic facts about HIV plus additional information and real stories from people living with HIV.
HIV treatment information for healthcare professionals and HIV-positive people.
To provide the Jewish community with education, counselling and support in connection with HIV and AIDS.
A charity which specialises in HIV and AIDS care, education and training with centres in London, Uganda and international projects.
AIDS policy and research with links to treatments, care, self-help, drug trials, vaccine development and HIV/AIDS organisations worldwide.
Aims to provide a voice for all people affected by HIV and AIDS in the UK.
Provision of support to Children , Young People and Families Living with HIV and AIDS in South London. Mainly Family Support; Parenting Support; Support for Fathers; Peer Support For Children and Young People; Peer support for Parents; Support for Foster carers; Saturday Clubs; Holiday Play Schemes.
A national charity working to improve the quality of life of men and women living with HIV.
London-based non-governmental organisation. It was set up in 1982 to provide information and support to people living with HIV and AIDS, and to people affected or concerned.
The national charity of people living with HIV.
The overall aim of CHIPS is to enhance the exchange of information and expertise between centres in order to promote standardised and high quality paediatrician-led care of all HIV-infected children in the UK and Ireland. Its objectives are to describe clinical, laboratory and treatment information in HIV infected children under care in the UK and Ireland, and to describe the use of paediatric HIV services. This information is fed back to the reporting paediatricians in order to inform and improve care provision.
LHPG, the Liverpool HIV Pharmacology Group, is a major research unit within the School of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Liverpool.
The Medical Foundation for AIDS & Sexual Health is a charity which works with policy-makers and health professionals, to promote excellence in the prevention and management of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.
Information and images on sexually transmitted infections and related issues for the public and professionals. Includes information on HIV and AIDS. Where to get help. Includes contact details of all the sexual health clinics (sexually transmitted disease clinics) in the UK and Ireland.
A patient guide to complement the NICE national guideline for health professionals called Deep Dermal Injection of Non-Absorbable Gel Polymer for HIV-related Facial Lipoatrophy.
Information from emc Medicine Guides.
Information the Health Protection Agency.
Patient experience video from Healthtalkonline.
Young person's experience from Youthhealthtalk.
Further sources / more detailed information
Some non-UK sites
The following list popular non-UK health information sites with content aimed at the general public. They are mainly from the US. They have not been checked to see if information about the above topic is included but these large sites are comprehensive.
More detailed medical information
The following list online sources of more detailed medical information, mainly from the UK. These sites are mainly aimed at health professionals, but are of interest to all. They have not been checked to see if information about the above topic is included, but information about most medical topics can usually be found.
- PatientPlus - hundreds of medical reference articles provided by Patient UK.
- Evidence Based Medicine - such as from Clinical Evidence, The Cochrane Library, etc.
- Database of UK Clinical Guidelines - from NICE, SIGN, etc.
- Medline - abstracts available from thousands of journals.
- Sites listing free online medical textbooks and journals.
- Sites listing free medical images - pictures, atlases, anatomy, skin diseases, etc.
Disclaimer: This article is for information only and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions. EMIS has used all reasonable care in compiling the information but make no warranty as to its accuracy. Consult a doctor or other health care professional for diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions. For details see our conditions.