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  • bcc-logo You may know that Birmingham City Council and Birmingham Public Health are currently consulting on the commissioning of a range of services including services for people living with and affected by HIV and TB. The Birmingham HIV Partnership has some significant concerns about the proposed approach and budget for these services and has written a letter to explain the current situation and the important issues that should be considered. You can read that letter here. The consultation is open until 3rd August 2015 and we want to make sure that everyone in Birmingham has the opportunity to have their say on services for people living with and affected by HIV and TB as well as the other services covered by the consultation. You can read the consultation proposals and complete the consultation questionnaire online at the Birmingham Be Heard website. Thank you for taking the time to read this and thank you for your very kind and valuable support.
  • Public Health England Announcement

    s300_sign3The Birmingham HIV Partnership welcomes the recent announcement from Public Health England that they, in conjunction with partner agencies, are developing a national framework for commissioning HIV, sexual and reproductive health services. This framework will provide local government, NHS England and clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) with practical advice and examples of existing and emerging practice to support the commissioning of services that effectively meet the needs of patients and populations. In the next few weeks details of opportunities to be involved in developing the framework will be announced by MEDFASH.  We will share these opportunities as soon as they become available and would encourage all people living with and affected by HIV in Birmingham to give their opinions.

About the Partnership

Developed from the Birmingham HIV Reference Forum (previously Birmingham HIV Joint Advisory Network), the Birmingham HIV Partnership was launched in October 2009 is the latest development in the city’s response to HIV and AIDS issues, to improve joint working between organisations and people living with HIV.

The group holds regular meetings to enhance the existing communication and collaboration between all parties and to develop new initiatives that respond to the current and future needs of the HIV community.

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