Positive Voices 2017: survey report publication
The Positive Voices 2017 survey national survey and data tables were published on 16 January 2020 on the Public Health England website. These can be viewed and downloaded from the link below:
Positive Voices is a national HIV patient survey developed by Public Health England in partnership with University College London and Imperial College London.
The survey aims to collect population-level information from people living with HIV which will provide valuable insights into the issues that most affect the health and lives of people living with HIV.
The results of the survey will be used to monitor and improve existing HIV services and policies and support the provision of new services.
Pufall E, Kall M, Shahmanesh M, Nardone A, Gilson R, Delpech V, Ward H. Sexualized drug use ('chemsex') and high-risk sexual behaviours in HIV-positive men who have sex with men. HIV Med. 2018 Apr;19(4):261-270
Kelly C et al. Health-related quality of life of adults living with HIV in England and Wales: a utility analysis of EQ-5D-5L compared to the general population. Fourth Joint BHIVA & BASHH Conference, Edinburgh, April 2018, abstract P284.
Kall M, Shahmanesh M, Nardone A, Gilson R, Delpech V on behalf of the Positive Voices Study Group. “Positive Voices” a RCT pilot survey of the behaviour and healthcare needs of people with HIV: study methods and respondent characteristics. P135. BHIVA conference. Brighton, UK; 21–24 April 2015.
Kall M, Shahmanesh M, Nardone A, Gilson R, Delpech V. Development of Positive Voices: the national survey of people living with HIV. P227. Third Joint BHIVA & BASHH Conference. Liverpool, UK; 1–4 April 2014.
Links to other research
Other research from the UCL Centre for Clinical Research in Infection and Sexual Health
Other research from IGH in the UK