UK Community Advisory Board

 UK-CAB is a network for community HIV treatment advocates across the UK.

The UK-CAB has three main aims.

  1. To develop, strengthen and support a UK network of HIV treatment advocates.
  2. To provide expert training on current treatment issues. This includes the chance to meet with doctors, researchers and pharmaceutical companies.
  3. 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.

News, events, announcements


UK-CAB documents and policies

UK-CAB representatives on guidelines and research groups

** Report a side effect in the UK – Yellow Card scheme


Published: January 29, 2016
Last edited: April 25, 2017