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Free event to take place on Wednesday 23 March talking about love sex and dating with HIV

18 March 2016

On Wednesday 23 March, 56 Dean Street will be holding their next event as part of a new fortnightly series called ‘The HIV Conversation’.

On Wednesday 23 March, 56 Dean Street will be holding their next event as part of a new fortnightly series called ‘The HIV Conversation’.

‘The HIV Conversation’ invites a different interviewee each fortnight to speak about their experiences of stigma, love and wellbeing when living with HIV. The event is free, and open to anybody who wishes to listen. It’s designed to reduce stigma and combat isolation, by spreading awareness through honest dialogue.

At the event coming up, we shall be in conversation with Greg Owen. Greg is a writer, HIV equality campaigner and co-founder of the website www.iWantPrEPNow.co.uk He has been named “the leading PrEP activist in the UK” by HIV Equal. We are very much looking forward to welcoming Greg to the HIV Conversations event, which is sure to be a fascinating discussion.  

‘The HIV Conversation’ will take place in the MediCinema (3rd floor, lift bank C) at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital on Wednesday 23 March at 5pm and all are invited to join. For more information about these events please email Patrick.cash@chelwest.nhs.uk

The event will also be recorded by Jim Spring for Wandsworth Radio, Global Voice online and to be made into a podcast, which will be made available online and broadcast on Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Radio.