Positively UK provides peer-led support, advocacy and information to women, men and young people living with HIV to manage any aspect of their diagnosis, care and managing life with HIV. Working in partnership with the NHS our peer work is integrated at clinics across London. We also provide outreach in prisons across London reaching some of the most vulnerable affected by HIV. We run a range of peer-led support groups for women, heterosexual men and women, gay men and African communities. Our programme of workshops support people with a new HIV diagnosis, those managing pregnancy and develop self-management skills. We believe that people living with HIV are best placed to advocate for their own needs. To achieve this we promote patient leadership through skills building initiative such as our Taking Part programme in London. Nationally we co-ordinate PozFem-UK, the network of women living with HIV and co-ordinate the biennial Conference of People Living with HIV. Positively UK is a stakeholder of NHS England’s Clinical Reference Group for HIV and a strategic partner of the Department of Health through the Women’s Health and Equality Consortium. Staff are community representations of the Independent Advisory Group on AIDS, the British HIV Nurses Association and UKCab.