Gilead Sciences


Gilead Sciences International, Ltd

Granta Park
Abington
Cambridge, United Kingdom
CB21 6GT
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Phone: 44 (0) 1223 897300
Fax: 44 (0) 1223 897291


Gilead Sciences, Ltd

280 High Holborn
London
WC1V 7EE 
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Phone: 44 (0) 203 681 4500
Fax: 44 (0) 203 681 469


Gilead Sciences Europe Ltd

2 Roundwood Avenue
Stockley Park
Uxbridge, Middlesex
UB11 1AF
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Phone: 44 (0) 208 587 2200


Kite Pharma UK Ltd

2 Roundwood Avenue
Stockley Park
Uxbridge, Middlesex
UB11 1AF
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Phone: 44 (0) 208 587 2200


Medical Information

Phone: 44 (0) 8000 113 700
Email: ukmedinfo@gilead.com


Product Quality Complaints

Email: IEProductComplaints@gilead.com


Ordering - Hospital and NHS
Homecare Services

Phone: 44 (0) 203 681 4681
Fax: 44 (0) 1223 897291
(all orders preferably to be faxed)


Ordering - Retail Pharmacy

Alcura (UK) Ltd
Fax: 44 (0) 1420 89594
Email: CHLorders@alcura-health.co.uk



Safety

Phone: 44 (0) 1223 897500
Fax: 44 (0) 1223 897290
Email: safety_fc@gilead.com


Gilead UK and Ireland Fellowship
Programme

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Gilead Sciences is a biopharmaceutical company that discovers, develops and commercializes innovative therapeutics in areas of unmet medical need. The company’s mission is to advance the care of patients suffering from life-threatening diseases worldwide.

Established in 2005, Gilead's Stockley Park office is located in Uxbridge, west of London, England. The office provides centralized support for most of Gilead's operations outside the United States and Canada. The following functions are part of the team providing centralized support for our EU operations: General Management, Finance, Human Resources, Regulatory, Safety, Information Technology, Legal, Medical Affairs and EU Commercial Compliance.

In addition to Gilead's Stockley Park office, there is also a sales and marketing office located in Cambridge, established in 1990. Gilead's Cambridge office is responsible for sales, marketing and clinical development in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Gilead's Global Tax Strategy

Gilead Sciences, Inc. has four UK subsidiaries: Gilead Sciences Europe Limited; Gilead Sciences International Limited; Gilead Sciences Limited; and Kite Pharma UK Limited.

All of the UK companies’ tax affairs are managed directly within our global tax governance structure and in accordance with our global tax policy. In compliance with the obligation under paragraph 22(2) Schedule 19 Finance Act 2016, the corporate tax strategies applied for each of the UK companies are published at this link.

UK Gender Pay Report

Gilead welcomes initiatives that support inclusion and diversity across businesses, and fully embraces the Gender Pay Disclosure initiated by the UK Government. We firmly believe that teams composed of employees with different experiences and backgrounds are best prepared to carry out our company mission to save and transform lives. This report highlights the comparison between the average pay of all men and the average pay of all women across our three sites in the UK. While gender is the focus of this report, it is just one element of our approach to building an inclusive work culture, where differences are valued and people feel supported and enabled to achieve their full potential. Inclusion is one of our core values, and our values underpin our actions. As such, we remain committed to our diversity and talent development initiatives and believe the steps we are taking today will benefit Gilead and the communities we serve tomorrow and in the longer term. UK Gender Pay Report can be found here

Transparency Reporting

Gilead believes that there is strength through partnership. Collaborations of all kinds – with partners in science, academia, business and local communities – are central to our work. Partnerships enhance our ability to develop innovative medicines and deliver them to people as efficiently as possible.

Healthcare professionals, other relevant decision makers and healthcare organisations with whom we work provide valuable, independent and expert knowledge derived from their clinical and management experience. This expertise makes an important contribution to our efforts to improve the quality of patient care, with benefits for individuals and society at large. We believe healthcare professionals, other relevant decision makers and healthcare organisations should be fairly compensated for the legitimate expertise and services they provide.

We are fully committed to compliance with healthcare spend transparency requirements which require disclosure of payments and transfers of value made to healthcare professionals, other relevant decision makers and healthcare organisations. We believe this is the right approach for industry and enhances stakeholder trust.

In line with our obligations to disclose payments and transfers of value, disclosure information in the UK is published on the ABPI Disclosure platform annually on or around the 30th of June covering the previous calendar year. Click here to access the report. General enquiries about the reports should be directed here.

In addition, Gilead discloses its interactions with HealthCare Professionals and HealthCare Organisations in the following countries in which we have no affiliate: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. The reports, supported by a Methodological Note, for these countries are available via this link. Enquiries about these reports should be directed here.

Relationships with Healthcare Professionals and Joint Working Projects

Healthcare professionals, other relevant decision makers and healthcare organisations with whom we work provide valuable, independent and expert knowledge derived from their clinical and management experience. This expertise makes an important contribution to our efforts to improve the quality of patient care, with benefits for individuals and society at large. We believe healthcare professionals, other relevant decision makers and healthcare organisations should be fairly compensated for the legitimate expertise and services they provide. Our disclosure can be found here.

Relationships with Patient Organizations

Gilead provided support to the following patient organizations in 2017. The information is correct at the time of writing 2018. The information is subject to change and will be updated accordingly. For a listing of previous years’ payments, click here.


UK&I affiliate

  • Grant Recipient
    Description of Activity
    Amount Funded (GBP £)
  • AAEGRO(Addington Afro Health Promotion Group)
    Support toward AAEGRO representative attendance at the IAS coference on 23rd July 2017
    350
  • ACTIONPLUS FOUNDATION (UK)
    Support for the ACTIONPLUS FOUNDATION (UK) UTEST4LIFE Project. Reaching out to the residents in London and the Christian community through training and workshops delivered by facilitators from the NHS Trust and public speakers from other health agencies. The aim of the project is to create awareness of HIV and also the correction of any errors and misinformation about HIV in some churches.
    5,000
  • ADFAM
    Support toward the ADFAM research proposal into qualitative research to explore the experiences of families of drug users whose loved ones either have contracted or are may be at risk of contracting Hepatitis C through injecting drug use.
    5,500
  • AFRICA ADVOCACY FOUNDATION
    Gilead Sciences and Africa Advocacy Foundation collaboration on HIV community campaign called "… Treating Me Right?" to help PLWHIV understand their healthcare rights and emower them to speak to their healthcare professionals about these rights.
    350
  • AFRICA ADVOCACY FOUNDATION
    Support toward Africa Advocacy Foundation's The HITmen Campaign (The HIV Testing in Men) which aims to increase HIV testing , create awareness and improve practice around HIV prevention, risk assessment, testing and linkage to care for black African men who have sex with men in South London.
    22,670
  • AFRICA ADVOCACY FOUNDATION
    Gilead Sciences and Africa Advocacy Foundation collaboration on HIV community campaign called "… Treating Me Right?". (TMR) video and Patient Group Collaboration
    675
  • AFRICA ADVOCACY FOUNDATION
    Support toward Africa Advocacy Foundation representative attendance at NHIVNA (National HIV Nurses Association conference on 22nd June 2017
    1,630
  • AFRICAN EYE TRUST, THE
    Support toward African Eye Trust representative attendance at the European AIDS Conference (EACS) 25-27 October 2017
    500
  • AFRICAN HEALTH POLICY NETWORK
    Speaker services of African Health Policy Network representative to speak at a Gilead meeting entitled "… treating me right? First working group meeting."
    75
  • AFRICAN HEALTH POLICY NETWORK
    Support toward Africa Health Policy Network African Health Policy Network - Vision 20 /20 Event - Conference
    1,300
  • AFRICAN HEALTH POLICY NETWORK
    Support toward African Health Policy Network representative attendance at the International Conference on Aids and STIs in Africa (ICASA) on 4th December 2017.
    500
  • BLOODWISE
    Support toward Bloodwise's eLearning training resource, which will cover the basic skills in haematology-oncology for newly recruited haematologyoncology nurses who have experience in general nursing skills but do not have raining in basic haematology-oncology, therefore relieving the pressure on more senior staff to provide the training.
    24,800
  • BODY AND SOUL
    Support toward Body and Soul's integrated casework support for people living with HIV who experience mental health problems. The funding will provide an opportunity for People living with HIV (PLWH) to engage with caseworkers who can support their access to practical support and help them to navigate the health system.
    32,268
  • BODY AND SOUL
    Support toward Body and Soul representative attendance at the IAS coference on 23rd July 2017
    500
  • BODY POSITIVE NORTH EAST
    Support toward the Body Positive North East project – ‘HIV Who? Interactive Drama Workshops’ an interactive workshop aimed at high-risk individuals. Body Positive North East engage with stakeholders such as Changing Lives, Turning Point, CAB, ASPIRE Women’s Group and others dealing with vulnerable, high risk individuals to raise awareness and challenge the stigma associated with HIV.
    7,500
  • BRIGHTON OASIS PROJECT
    Support toward Brighton Oasis Project “Flexible Alternatives: Home Screening Pilot” - a project which will engage 300 sex workers from across the UK to undertake a Biosure HIV self-test, which will be sent to them via the post. Target groups will include internet based female sex workers including transgender female sex workers and migrant sex workers.
    20,500
  • BRISTOL DRUGS PROJECT LTD
    Support toward Bristol Drugs Project LTD “Find, test and treat vulnerable active drug users living chaotic lifestyles” - a project which aims to build on the current successful approach by Bristol Drugs Project (BDP) in identifying active infections to increase engagement with every stage of the HCV treatment pathway for people accessing substance misuse services who are living chaotic lifestyles.
    8,000
  • BRITISH LIVER TRUST
    Support toward British Liver Trust guides on hepatitis B (HBV) and hepatitis C (HCV) updates and publication. British Liver Trust publications are a vital first point of reference for patients who do not know where to turn after receiving a diagnosis.
    9,600
  • CARA TRUST
    Support toward CARA Trust to enable planning and delivery of six HIV and ageing health information seminars and two HIV and ageing wellness days.
    6,762
  • CARA TRUST
    Gilead Sciences and CARA Trust collaboration on HIV community campaign called "… Treating Me Right?". TMR video
    425
  • CARA TRUST
    Speaker services of Cara Trust representative to speak at Gilead sponsored BHIVA patient organisation workshop entitled "A patient given right -insights into shared decision making in a changing NHS landscape”
    325
  • CHILDRENS HIV ASSOCIATION CHIVA
    Gilead Sciences and Childrens HIV Asociation collaboration on HIV community campaign called "… Treating Me Right?" to help PLWHIV understand their healthcare rights and emower them to speak to their healthcare professionals about these rights.
    350
  • CHILDRENS HIV ASSOCIATION CHIVA
    Support toward Childrens HIV Association 2017 conference
    3,600
  • CHILDRENS HIV ASSOCIATION CHIVA
    Support toward Childrens HIV Association representative travel expenses
    5
  • CLL SUPPORT ASSOCIATION
    Support toward two out of five of CLL Support Association member conferences in the UK in 2017, which aims at having a keynote speech from a leading clinician in the area followed by an active Q and A session, then followed up with some patient presentations.
    12,000
  • CLL SUPPORT ASSOCIATION
    Speaker services of CLL Support Association representative at Gilead sponsored meeting entitled " the trails and tribulations of having CLL: a selection of patient perspectives 2".
    238
  • CLL SUPPORT ASSOCIATION
    Support toward CLL Association Nurses meeting in Liverpool in June 2017
    425
  • CYSTIC FIBROSIS TRUST
    Support toward Cystic Fibrosis ‘CF’s Got Talent’ – the Cystic Fibrosis Trust’s flagship research communication event held as part of the UK Cystic Fibrosis Conference (UKCFC) in September 2017
    5,000
  • CYSTIC FIBROSIS TRUST
    Support toward Cystic Fibrosis UKCFC 2017 Congress
    6,000
  • FORUM LINK
    Gilead Sciences and Forum Link collaboration on HIV community campaign called "… Treating Me Right?" to help PLWHIV understand their healthcare rights and emower them to speak to their healthcare professionals about these rights.
    425
  • HEPATITIS C TRUST
    Support toward Hepatitis C Trust to enable HCV Action to drive a number of activities related to Hepatitis C services and strategy
    35,000
  • HEPATITIS C TRUST
    Support toward Hepatitis C Trust to support World Hepatitis Day 2017 campaign to deliver a conference that will provide a platform for the patient voice, to encourage others to be tested and to ensure hepatitis C stays firmly in the minds of the UK public, governments and healthcare providers.
    6,000
  • Hepatitis C Trust
    Support toward Hepatitis C Trust Follow Me project, an innovative integrated initiative based on combining a non-hospital based HCV outreach clinic aimed at ‘People Who Inject Drugs’ (PWID) with the addition of peer intervention support.
    25,000
  • Hepatitis C Trust
    Hepatitis C Trust representative speaker services, travel & accommodation at Gilead Viral Hepatitis meetings
    951.78
  • HIV I-BASE
    Support toward HIV-Base UK Community Advisory Board (UK-CAB) project to enable patient organisation experts to meet to discuss innovations in HIV.
    3,500
  • HIV SCOTLAND
    Support toward HIV Scotland's HIV National Involvement Standards– Launch Event.
    1,000
  • HIV SCOTLAND
    Support toward HIV Scotland to fund staff hours and create admin support
    7,500
  • LEUKAEMIA CARE
    Support toward Leukaemia Care Nurses Magazine
    5,000
  • LIVER4LIFE
    Support toward Liver4Life to expand the Optimising Hepatitis C Support (OHCS) programme to further regions and locations in the UK providing bespoke workshops for patients, carers, partners and families including an explanation of what hepatitis C is, how it can be transmitted, testing, treatment options and important aspects such as disclosure, potential effect to family members as well as psycho-social support.
    20,000
  • MARTIN FISHER FOUNDATION
    Support toward Martin Fisher Foundation delivery of HIV self-tests in gay bars and clubs using bespoke Digital Vending Machine Technology.
    5,000
  • NAM PUBLICATIONS
    Support toward NAM Publication on-going supply of information materials to support Irish people living with HIV throughout 2017
    3,200
  • NAM PUBLICATIONS
    Gilead Sciences and NAM Publications collaboration on HIV community campaign called "… Treating Me Right?" to help PLWHIV understand their healthcare rights and emower them to speak to their healthcare professionals about these rights.
    420
  • NAM PUBLICATIONS
    Support toward NAM Publication to deliver a community information event following the 9th IAS Conference on HIV Science in July, feeding back and discussing the most important data
    7,968
  • NATIONAL AIDS TRUST
    Speaker services of National AIDS Trust representative to speak at a Gilead sponsored meeting entitled "… treating me right? First working group meeting."
    75
  • NATIONAL AIDS TRUST
    Support toward National AIDS Trust representative attendance at the IAS coference on 23rd July 2017
    1,650
  • NATIONAL AIDS TRUST
    Support toward National AIDS Trust to promote effective integration of care for people living with HIV in England through engaging stakeholders to secure integration through the new structures for collaborative commissioning.
    38,633
  • NATIONAL AIDS TRUST
    Speaker servces of National AIDS Trust representative to attend a Gilead-sponsored educational or scientific meeting entitled: “Gilead sponsored BHIVA patient organisation workshop entitled A patient given right insights into shared decision making in a changing NHS landscape”
    225
  • NAZ PROJECT LONDON
    Support toward NAZ project London Paramos el VIH (Let's Stop HIV) project which aims to advocate for increased policy change scrutiny and evidence to reduce poor sexual health outcomes in BAME communities
    16,000
  • ORGANISATION OF HIV POSITIVE AFRICAN MEN (OPAM)
    Support toward Organisation of HIV Positive African Men to reinitiate Peer support sessions with a view of developing BME male champions living with HIV/AIDS
    10,000
  • POSITIVE EAST
    Support toward Positive East HIV Testing and linkage to care targeting MSM and black African communities in East London
    16,258
  • POSITIVE EAST
    Support toward Positive East project which seeks to increase HIV testing amongst people of black African descent; those who identify as black British, black African or black other, who are disproportionately affected by HIV compared to the general population.
    13,801
  • POSITIVELY UK
    Support toward Positively UK Halve it project focusing on a governance structure and single goal of eliminating late HIV diagnosis 2017
    48,000
  • POSITIVELY UK
    HIV Fellowship grant - Assessing for Better
    6,000
  • POSITIVELY UK
    Support toward Positively UK National Conference of People Living with HIV 2017 - September 2017
    10,000
  • POSITIVELY UK
    Speaker services of Positively UK representative to speak at Gilead sponsored meeting entitled BHIVA workshop event entitled ‘A patient given right: insights into shared decision making in a changing NHS landscape’.
    175
  • SAVING LIVES
    Support toward Saving Lives Testing for HIV in MSM and Black African/Afro Caribbean in Birmingham.
    25,000
  • SOPHIA FORUM
    Support toward Sophia Forum core costs to expand work and build capacity, including office space, administration support and the cost of the board of trustees.
    1,500
  • TERRENCE HIGGINS TRUST
    Support toward Terrence Higgins Trust BME MSM Outreach in London project which aims to deliver a comprehensive mapping exercise using information and data gathered through active outreach to guide community engagement and service delivery for BME MSM.
    20,000
  • TERRENCE HIGGINS TRUST
    Support toward Terrence Higgins Trust Increasing HIV Testing in Primary Care through the provision of on-line home HIV sampling project. The pilot project will be focusing on HIV home sampling in Black Africans and other high risk heterosexuals in General Practice and to support educational events to disseminate the learning (in partnership with the Royal College of General Practitioners) and facilitate roll out of the model in other locations.
    8,658
  • TERRENCE HIGGINS TRUST
    Support toward Terrence Higgins Trust Lost to follow up pilot scheme in partnership with Chelsea and Westminster NHS foundation Trust
    2,191.13
  • THE DIANA AWARD
    Speaker services of The Diana Award representative to speak at Gilead Summer Conference
    100
  • THE HEALTH EQUALITY AND RIGHTS ORGANISATION T/A GMFA
    Support toward The Health Equality and Rights Organisation T/A GMFA to develop a unique public facing HIV prevention campaign that promotes HIV testing, the benefits of TAsP/being undetectable and provide HIV/STI information.
    38,470
  • THE HIGHLIFE CENTRE LTD
    Support toward The Hihlife Centre Ltd in development and delivery of a cost effective community led holistic Infectious Disease service to raise awareness of HIV, Hepatitis C, and increase opportunities and access to testing.
    26,615
  • WAVERLEY CARE SOLAS
    Support toward Waverley Care Solas representative attendance at EACS April 2017
    400
  • WAVERLEY CARE SOLAS
    Support toward Waverley Care Solas Know Your Status project. The focus of the project is to significantly increase the number of Africans living in the Glasgow and Lothian areas, who know their HIV status and have the information and support to manage HIV prevention, whatever their HIV status.
    9,323


EMEA Headquarters

  • Grant Recipient
    Description of Activity
    Amount Funded
  • ADHARA, Asociacion VIH/sida
    Grant funding to support ADHARA's activities in European Testing Week 2017, comprising of promotion of rapid testing and increasing the knowledge of HIV and Hep C by an awareness campaign and educational and communication activities.
    € 10,011.10
  • Africa Advocacy Foundation
    Grant funding to support the M-Care Training Programme which aims to equip 20 European migrant community advocates with specific skills and resources to mobilise, educate and empower their communities to fully participate in, and influence the planning and delivering healthcare services, particularly the prevention, testing, treatment access and adherence of HIV, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis.
    € 60,000.00
  • AGIHAS
    Fees and related expenses for provision of consultancy services as part of the "Meeting of Minds" project.
    £ 1,397.82
  • AIDS Fondet
    Fees and related expenses for provision of consultancy services as a member of the steering committee for the MSM campaign.
    £ 1,696.90
  • ARDHIS
    Fees and related expenses for provision of consultancy services as a member of the steering committee for the MSM campaign.
    £ 1,342.40
  • Asociación Apoyo positivo
    Fees and related expenses for provision of consultancy services as a member of the steering committee for the MSM campaign.
    £ 1,513.05
  • Associação Abraço
    Fees and related expenses for provision of consultancy services as a member of the steering committee for the MSM campaign.
    £ 1,310.31
  • Australian IDU
    Grant funding to support a project to develop and deliver an hepatitis C education program targeting people who inject drugs seeking hepatitic C treatment.
    € 29,083.00
  • BASELINE
    Fees for provision of consultancy services at multidisciplinary advisory board.
    £ 900.00
  • BASELINE
    Expenses related to provision of consultancy services as a member of the steering committee for the MSM campaign.
    £ 102.50
  • Berliner Aids-Hilfe e.V.
    Expenses related to provision of consultancy services as a member of the steering committee for the MSM campaign.
    £ 489.10
  • Croatian association for HIV and viral hepatitis
    Grant funding to support the Closing Gaps in HIV Continuum of Care program to individualise medical education on the continuum of HIV and HCV care in healthcare systems (health and auxiliary professions) by implementing an online education portal and organising regional seminars for knowledge adoption to attain better patient outcomes.
    366,782 Kuna
  • CSD Deutschland e.V
    Fees and related expenses for provision of consultancy services as a member of the steering committee for the MSM campaign.
    £ 1,322.23
  • European Cancer Patients Coalition
    Fees and related expenses for provision of consultancy services as part of the "Meeting of Minds" project.
    £ 927.97
  • European Liver Patients' Association (ELPA)
    Grant funding to support ELPA's 2016 community scientific meeting to address key science and policy issues related to liver diseases.
    € 16,000.00
  • European Liver Patients' Association (ELPA)
    Grant funding to support the organisation's initiatives to address approaches to diagnosis, screening and new cures available for viral hepatitis and liver diseases in Europe while increasing awareness of liver disease and tackling stigma.
    € 26,7500.00
  • European Liver Patients' Association (ELPA)
    Grant funding to support the HepCORE project, which aims to establish a baseline measurement of how countries are doing on combatting viral hepatitis by understanding where they are successful, where gaps remain, by comparing national country data to show progress, develop a tool to influence policy makers at EU or national level and exchange best practice.
    € 75,000.00
  • European Liver Patients' Association (ELPA)
    Grant funding to support ELPA's 2017 community scientific meeting to address key science and policy issues related to liver diseases.
    € 16,000.00
  • European Liver Patients' Association (ELPA)
    Expenses related to the provision of consultancy services as part of the "Meeting of Minds" project.
    £ 523.46
  • EUROPEAN PATIENTS' FORUM
    Grant funding to support EPF's Capacity Building Programme which supports patient organisations to strengthen their role as equal players in the healthcare environment. 
    € 30,000.00
  • Foundation De Regenboog Group
    Grant funding to support the Correlation Network to conduct HCV capacity building trainings in European PWID organisations/harm reduction programs ahead of European Testing Week 2017. The project aimed to increase knowledge and skills among staff and peers, to teach HCV testing and behaviour interventions to minimise risk behaviours and to facilitate testing and linkage-to-care.
    € 27,000.00
  • GAT Portugal
    Fees for provision of consultancy services at multidisciplinary advisory board.
    € 900.00
  • Hepactive association
    Grant funding to support Bulgarian patients eligible for DAA treatment with access to PCR RNA test (polymerase chain reaction for viral load) without hospitalisation.
    € 73,360.00
  • Hepatitis Aid Austria
    Fees and related expenses for provision of consultancy services for the ELPA University Project.
    £ 574.00
  • HIV i-Base
    Grant funding to support HIV i-Base's general costs for information services, including direct services to HIV positive people through the online and email-based treatment information service, their website, and the Q&A service.
    £ 69,000.00
  • HIV Norge
    Fees and related expenses for provision of consultancy services as a member of the steering committee for the MSM campaign.
    £ 897.08
  • HULOH Hepatos – Podružnica Zagreb
    Expenses related to the provision of consultancy services for the ELPA University Project.
    £ 626.19
  • International Diabetes Federation Europe
    Fees and related expenses for provision of consultancy services as part of the "Meeting of Minds" project.
    £ 1,285.97
  • International Network on Hepatitis in Substance Users (INHSU)
    Grant funding to support the development and implemention of an international education program for healthcare practitioners in drug and alcohol clinics, to support increased hepatitis C screening, linkage-to-care and treatment among PWID.
    € 305,995.00
  • International Osteoporosis Foundation
    Expenses related to the provision of consultancy services as part of the "Meeting of Minds" project.
    £ 496.01
  • JUSTRI
    Grant funding to support JUSTRI's 'Coming of Age' guide and its translation into French, Italian Portuguese and Spanish, as well as test its acceptability by structured evaluation.
    £ 20,699.00
  • JUSTRI
    Grant funding to support JUSTRI's HBV project to create and assess a practical resource for patients living with HBV to better understand and be more engaged in the monitoring of their hepatitis B infection, facilitating engagement in care and improving patient safety and satisfaction. 
    £ 19,918.00
  • JUSTRI

    Grant funding to support JUSTRI's toolkit training which provides a one-day teaching programme to individuals in the UK and SEE countries who wish to develop skills in research and presentation techniques. The course provides practical skills and enhances areas of opportunity such as training and /or exchanges between units as well as capacity building for the participants.

    £ 12,433.00
  • JUSTRI
    Grant funding to support JUSTRI to plan, produce and execute two medical student trainings on HIV, viral hepatitis, TB and sexual health in two different medical school settings in Romania and Turkey.
    £ 17,651.00
  • JUSTRI
    Grant funding to support JUSTRI's nurse training programme, which aims to produce and deliver a teaching course to educate nurses about HIV, viral hepatitis, TB and sexual health testing to improve their knowledge base, reduce stigma, improve communication skills and improve knowledge of HIV and associated conditions.
    £ 25,932.00
  • JUSTRI
    Grant funding to support JUSTRI to provide teaching on a range of HIV related issues to non-HIV trained obstetricians and gynaecologists in order to support those who provide services in this field and allow them to disseminate their knowledge to other health care professionals in their own settings. 
    £ 20,737.00
  • JUSTRI
    Grant funding to support JUSTRISLIDE, a global, online, slide library of presentations relating to HIV, viral hepatitis, tuberculosis and nursing.
    £ 15,172.00
  • JUSTRI
    Grant funding to support a bilateral skills exchanges between UK based healthcare professionals, working with HIV, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis, with those based in the countries of SEE to improve clinical skills and knowledge.
    £ 18,804.00
  • JUSTRI
    Grant funding to support for the planning and execution of two one-day trainings providing practical skills in non-invasive liver assessment techniques to HCPs working in viral hepatitis.
    £ 20,531.00
  • NAM Aidsmap
    Fees for provision of consultancy services at multidisciplinary advisory board.
    £ 900.00
  • NAM Publications
    Grant funding to support the publication of high quality, independent and multilingual news services from two of the most important HIV scientific meetings of the year on www.aidsmap.com.
    £ 20,000.00
  • NAM Publications
    Fees for the provision of consultancy services as part of the "Meeting of Minds" project.
    £ 350.00
  • Patient Advocacy Alliance
    Grant funding to support a project to identify the unmet needs of young people, the barriers to their engagement at local, regional and international level and to identify good practise to ensure young people are involved in scientific and policy decisions in the global response to the HIV epidemic.
    £ 14,300.00
  • Patient Advocacy Alliance
    Expenses related to the provision of consultancy services as part of the "Meeting of Minds" project.
    £ 342.50
  • Plus Onlus
    Fees and related expenses for provision of consultancy services as a member of the steering committee for the MSM campaign.
    £ 1,471.90
  • Positive Voice
    Expenses related to the provision of consultancy services at an IAS Community meeting.
    £ 376.00
  • Projecte dels NOMS-Hispanosida
    Grant funding to support PDN's community awareness initiative "We'll make Barcelona a city without AIDS. Do the HIBV test!" in European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week 2017. This was a community initiative to create awareness and action within the local community.
    € 8,000.00
  • Projecte dels NOMS-Hispanosida
    Fees for provision of consultancy services at multidisciplinary advisory board.
    £ 2,160.00
  • Riksförenigen Hepatit C The National Union of Hepatitis C
    Fees and related expenses for provision of consultancy services for the ELPA University Project.
    € 1,321.86
  • SIDC Lebanon
    Grant funding to support a project to better educate the general public, university and school students about HIV and STIs to avoid misconceptions and discrimination against HIV and LGBQI.
    $ 89,742.05
  • SOS Hepatitis
    Expenses related to the provision of consultancy services for the ELPA University Project.
    £ 368.30
  • Stichting Positive Women of the World
    Grant funding to support a programme to address the issues that migrant women living with HIV/AIDS and their families face in the Netherlands in relation to healthcare and treatment, stigma and social inclusion.
    € 3,750.00
  • The European AIDS Treatment Group
    Grant funding to support a project to increase patient and healthcare provider knowledge and awareness of the medical and psychosocial aspects of young people living with HIV and how they can make informed decisions as they get older.
    € 79,700.00
  • The European AIDS Treatment Group
    Grant funding to support the STEP-UP training programme, which provides HIV education and personal development training to people who have an aspiration to become the future generation of HIV ambassadors and leaders within the sector across Europe and Central Asia.
    € 150,000.00
  • The European AIDS Treatment Group
    Grant funding to support EATG's core activities.
    € 185,000.00
  • The European AIDS Treatment Group
    Grant funding to support EATG's 2017 community scientific meetings to address the HIV/HCV community’s need for information to increase community awareness.
    € 90,000.00
  • The European AIDS Treatment Group
    Grant funding to support the Ageing with HIV Project, which aims at better understanding the current needs of PLHIV/AIDS at different life age stages, and to identify advocacy priorities in the HIV and ageing domain. This phase of the project focusses on the unmet clinical and psychosocial needs of people who are 18-45 years (living with HIV for at least 10 years).
    € 79,700.00
  • The European AIDS Treatment Group
    Grant funding to support EATG's 2016 community scientific meetings to address the HIV/HCV community’s urgent need for information to increase community awareness.
    € 19,000.00
  • The Finnish Kidney and Liver Association
    Fees and related expenses for provision of consultancy services for the ELPA University Project.
    £ 2,065.35
  • The NAZ Project (London)
    Grant funding to support NAZ's film called ‘Faces’, targeting young black Africans in the UK to improve knowledge around HIV and encourage HIV testing in this group. Funding also supports events in the UK and two sub-Saharan countries to promote the film, a social media campaign and an online toolkit providing information that is tailored and relevant to local audiences in the countries the film is screened.
    £ 67,000.00
  • United against Hepatitis
    Expenses related to the provision of consultancy services for the ELPA University Project.
    £ 1,343.70


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