20th June 2012
London: First national conference on LGBT end of life care tomorrow 4
2:32 PM — The first ever national conference on end of life care for LGBT people will take place this Thursday in London.
19th June 2012
Home Office will be asked to heed warning on ‘outdated’ police resources on HIV 5
6:05 PM — The Home Office is to be asked to ensure police resources on HIV accurately reflect current knowledge of the virus and its routes of transmission.
18th June 2012
Report: Police training on HIV ‘outdated and stigmatising’ 18
11:38 AM — A National AIDS Trust review of how police approach HIV suggests many constabularies in the UK have procedures based on unfounded concerns regarding transmission, which can fuel 'scaremongering' and 'mistreatment' for people living with the virus, the charity said.
12th June 2012
NAT and Gaydar to encourage HIV testing at WorldPride in London
12:35 PM — NAT, the National AIDS Trust, will be teaming up with Gaydar.co.uk for World Pride on Saturday 7 July with the message ‘Take Pride, Get Tested’.
8th June 2012
Poland: Teaching materials for nurses ‘calls gays socially dangerous’ 40
2:52 PM — Anger has been expressed over teaching materials for nurses in Poland which reportedly describe homosexuality as a 'pathology'.
US study: Young bisexual and questioning people at more risk of alcohol abuse 10
1:57 PM — Bisexual students and those questioning their sexual orientation are more at risk of alcohol abuse than their gay and straight counterparts, a US study suggests.
31st May 2012
‘Worrying’ annual figures put new gonorrhoea cases in gay men up 61 percent in 2011 57
10:29 AM — Health Protection Agency figures released today have revealed a two percent rise in the number of new sexually transmitted infections recorded in England. Young people and men who have sex with men are at highest risk, with the rate of new gonorrhoea cases up 61 percent on 2010 among the latter.
11th May 2012
US advisory panel recommends Truvada drug be marketed for HIV prevention 124
2:02 PM — An FDA panel in the US has approved the administration of the drug Truvada to at-risk but uninfected people in an effort to prevent the spread of HIV, though experts warn condoms must remain the 'bedrock' of such efforts.
10th May 2012
Clinic appeals to community to design new HIV awareness campaign 84
11:56 AM — London sexual health clinic 56 Dean Street is asking members of the gay community to design an innovative HIV or sexual health awareness campaign.
9th May 2012
NAT issues report on promoting HIV testing under funding pressure 22
2:51 PM — NAT has launched a new report outlining steps to increase HIV testing at a time of financial pressure on the NHS.
23rd April 2012
London: THT’s annual pop-up party heads to Brick Lane 21
3:42 PM — This May, HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust will be adding some eastern flavour to its annual pop-up fundraising party The Cocktail Club.
19th April 2012
National AIDS Trust releases survey of local councils’ HIV social care funding 2
6:13 PM — NAT, the National AIDS Trust, launched its survey into local council's funding of HIV care across England today.
London: THT launches new groups for gay and bisexual men living with HIV 27
10:29 AM — HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust is launching a new programme of free and confidential groups for gay and bisexual men with HIV in the capital, beginning this weekend.
17th April 2012
Documentary on stroke victim who ‘woke up gay’ airs tonight 139
9:57 AM — A documentary following a rugby player who suffered a stroke and woke up gay is to air on BBC3 tonight.
2nd April 2012
Gay men warned over dysentery risk 34
11:22 AM — An increase in cases of dysentery caused by shigella infection has been identified among men who have sex with men around the UK, according to preliminary findings from a Health Protection Agency (HPA) investigation published last week.
21st March 2012
Video: Spoof Tube announcements prompt gays to ‘mind the gap’ over HIV testing 26
4:15 PM — HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust has partnered with GaydarRadio to create a series of spoof public transport announcements, encouraging gay and bisexual men in London to ‘mind the gap’ between their HIV tests.
14th March 2012
Gays urged to ditch the cigarettes on No Smoking Day 18
11:57 AM — Gay smokers have been urged to give up on the British Heart Foundation's 29th annual No Smoking Day. Over a third of gay men in the UK smoke, compared with the national average of 21 per cent.
12th March 2012
THT’s myHIV site to let users find and recommend best HIV services 6
12:26 PM — The UK’s first service for people living with HIV that allows them to recommend healthcare providers to others and find recommended services themselves has been launched.
1st March 2012
Over 30,000 Gaydar users opt in to STI notifications 9
1:29 PM — Backers of a new service which asks online dating site users to opt-in to receive updates from former partners who are diagnosed with sexually transmitted infections have welcomed the take-up among the gay community.
28th February 2012
Free HIV treatment for foreign nationals in England welcomed 281
11:18 AM — A move to allow some overseas visitors in Enland to receive free treatment for HIV in the same way as other communicable infections has been welcomed.