Lords HIV and AIDS Committee take evidence from Terrence Higgins Trust

24 January 2011

The House of Lords Committee on HIV and AIDS in the UK have taken evidence from Sir Nick Partridge, Chief Executive of the Terrence Higgins Trust as part of the second evidence session of their inquiry into HIV and AIDS.

In the same evidence session the Committee also took evidence from Francis Kaikumba Chief Executive Officer of the African Heath Policy Network, Keith Alcorn, Senior Editor of NAM, and Deborah Jack, Chief Executive of the National AIDS Trust.

The witnesses were asked about the state of HIV and AIDS provision in the UK and the impact of proposed reforms of the NHS on services for those affected by HIV and AIDS.

The Evidence session took place at 10:30am on Tuesday 25 January in Committee Room 3A of the House of Lords.

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