Surveys


There are two surveys that will be open until the end of 2021. We would appreciate your help in both of these, if possible.


Feedback on Your Guide to...

We hope you find this guide helpful. It would really help us to know if anything needs improving, though. We would welcome your feedback. There is a really quick survey that is easy to fill out, with space for your comments as well.
Please click here to go to the survey.

Your Guide To...BHIVA Standards of Care for People Living with HIV


How are the Standards being met?

We hope that you find these Standards are being met in the care that you receive. But as all parts of the NHS and social care services are under strain, it may be that these Standards are not always being met. If that is the case, then you could:

  • Talk to your HIV doctor or nurse or other healthcare professional about any issues you have – it might be that they can be easily fixed. You could use this guide or the 2018 Standards to help with such a discussion.

  • Talk to your local HIV support organisation about your concerns. They may be able to raise issues on your behalf with those who set up services. In reality, some issues might take a long time to remedy. However, these standards give us something to work towards. Their aim is for better ongoing provision of care for all people living with HIV in the UK.

  • Please tell the UK-CABthis is a network for people living with HIV who have a strong interest in HIV treatment and related issues, and who want to make sure people living with HIV are actively involved in all aspects of HIV treatment and care. This is called treatment advocacy. about it by clicking here to fill in a simple form. The UK-CAB is a network for people living with HIV who have a strong interest in HIV treatment and related issues, and who want to make sure people living with HIV are actively involved in all aspects of HIV treatment and care. This is called treatment advocacy. They would like to monitor and collate the experiences of people using HIV services against these standards. Responses will be collected until the end of 2021. But neither BHIVABritish HIV Association (www.bhiva.org). BHIVA is a UK association representing professionals in HIV care. It publishes a range of clinical guidelines, covering the treatment and management of HIV and associated illnesses. nor the UK-CABthis is a network for people living with HIV who have a strong interest in HIV treatment and related issues, and who want to make sure people living with HIV are actively involved in all aspects of HIV treatment and care. This is called treatment advocacy. will be able to help you directly with your specific issue. The form does not ask for your name or identifying details, nor which clinic you attend.

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