GP accessibility for people living with HIV

In this podcast, Ben Gowland from Ockham Healthcare talks to Kay Keane from Urban Village Medical Practice and Colin Armstead from George House Trust in Manchester about the accessibility of GPs and their understanding regarding individuals living with HIV.

The mission of George House Trust is to empower individuals living with HIV, helping them to lead healthy and confident lives through the provision of HIV support, advice, and advocacy services.

In the podcast there is a particular focus on George House Trust’s recent report titled ‘Towards Positive Practice’. This report involved extensive research and engagement activities aimed at understanding the experiences of people living with HIV when seeking primary healthcare, specifically from GPs.

During the podcast, Colin presents the report’s findings and outlines the recommendations that have emerged as a result.

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