Events & Workshops
The Newly Diagnosed Course is a three-day course. It is open to any person who is living with HIV – no matter which clinic they attend.
It offers early intervention, peer support and empowerment through information. It is a peer-led, group-based participatory programme delivered by experienced facilitators – all of whom are living with HIV.
The course takes place over three Saturdays in the Duncan Catterall Room at the Mortimer Market Centre. Sessions run from 10:45 – 16:45 each day with a maximum of 15 participants.
The course covers:
The course is free, including refreshments and lunch at a local restaurant.
Bloomsbury patients may be eligible for travel and child care subsidies. Please ask one of the patient representatives.
For more information, call the patient representatives – 020 3317 5177
" I started this course a week after my diagnosis and would recommend this to anyone who’s just found out, no matter how soon ". Julie, teacher
" So glad I came on the course. I am not newly diagnosed, so my knowledge of HIV was from many years ago. Great to be more updated with the knowledge this course provides. It was the best thing I have done in a long time. " Michael, Marketing Director
" The Course exceeded my expectations ". Tom, policeman
" I meet extremely nice people who understand me and give me encouragement ". Olori, mother
The Bloomsbury Network, Mortimer Market Centre, Off Tottenham Court Road, London WC1E 6JB