About A roadmap for eliminating late diagnosis of HIV

A roadmap for eliminating late diagnosis of HIV in England, presents the case for scaling up action to eliminate late HIV diagnosis.  A key reference document and campaigning tool, the paper describes the evidence about where late diagnosis happens and why, what we know about how to reduce it and its associated costs, and the state of progress towards its elimination in England.  Setting out priorities for action, it lays down a challenge to us all – policy makers, commissioners, service providers, campaigners and people living with HIV – to work together with renewed drive to make the elimination of late diagnosis an achievable goal.

Along with a general executive summary, separate briefings summarise the paper’s key messages for NHS and local authority commissioners, parliamentarians and local councillors .