Ending HIV transmission in Scotland by 2030

The HIV transmission elimination proposal has been developed by Professor Rak Nandwani and an expert group made up of clinicians, academia and third sector partners. The proposal contains 22 recommendations to ensure progress is made to meet our goal of zero transmissions in Scotland by 2030.

The vision

To end HIV transmission as a public health issue within Scotland by 2030.

High level goals for achieving the vision

1. To prevent people from acquiring HIV, regardless of age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, deprivation or disability status.

2. To find people living with HIV (some of whom are undiagnosed) and support entry/re-entry into HIV care and treatment.

3. To help reduce stigma that makes some people less likely to access HIV prevention, testing and treatment services.


Email: healthprotection@gov.scot

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