Fast-Track Cities Initiative - apply to become a HIV GP Champion!
Fast-Track Cities London is a partnership working to end new HIV infections, put a stop to HIV-related stigma and discrimination, stop preventable deaths and improve the health, quality of life and well-being of people living with HIV across the capital. Primary Care plays a crucial part in the success of achieving these goals.
The new HIV GP Champion role offers an opportunity to improve care for people living with HIV by removing the historic barriers between services and offering an integrated approach to long-term health across primary care, secondary care, Local Authorities and voluntary sector organisations for people living with HIV.
The aim is to work collaboratively between all care settings for the patient as a whole person, reducing obstacles to access care and improving patient outcomes. This approach is consistent with and supportive of London’s overall HIV response, the Evolving HIV Care Report, the BHIVA Standards of Care, and the Fuller Stocktake on integrated primary care.
The position is paid and is a 4 hour per week commitment for 12 months. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 15th November.
You can read more about the application process on the website: https://fasttrackcities.london/hiv-gp-champions/