UK-CAB is a network for community HIV treatment advocates across the UK.
The UK-CAB has three main aims.
- To develop, strengthen and support a UK network of HIV treatment advocates.
- To provide expert training on current treatment issues. This includes the chance to meet with doctors, researchers and pharmaceutical companies.
- To enable effective community representation where this affects our care. This includes working with guidelines and research groups.
In 2016, the UK-CAB connects over 800 members from over 120 organisations.
The UK-CAB is free to join and open to HIV-positive people and community advocates. A valid email account is needed to take part.
- UK-CAB 61 – HIV and primary care
- UK-CAB 60 – HIV and lung health
- UK-CAB59 – HIV and neurocognitive impairment
- UK-CAB 58 – HIV and hormonal therapy
- UK-CAB 57 – HIV and diabetes
- UK-CAB 56 – HIV cure update, IAS feedback
- UK-CAB 55 – Hepatitis C co-infection
- UK-CAB 54 – The NHS HIV drug approval process
- All previous meetings