The Bloomsbury Network believes that peer support and group work can help you live positively with your diagnosis; that education and empathy can lead to empowerment and being more in control of your life. It produces over thirty events or courses a year - facilitated by people living with HIV and attended by over 1000 people.
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The Bloomsbury Network was set-up in 1999 by two patients on a volunteer basis to improve engagement with clinical services, improve the patient experience, provide up to date information and offer emotional support to patients.
The Bloomsbury Network is charity independent of the Bloomsbury Clinic with a volunteer Steering Committee and is administered and facilitated by the patient representatives. If you are a patient of the Bloomsbury Clinic and interested in joining the steering committee please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bloomsbury Network acknowledges support from the London Borough of Camden, The University College London Hospital Charity, Central & North West London NHS Foundation Trust, the Robert Grace Trust….. our own fundraising efforts and donations from patients, staff and the public.
The Bloomsbury Network has to raise the funds for all these events and activities. You can help in two ways – by helping to organise fundraising events and by making a donation
The Bloomsbury Network educates patients and those close to them about the latest advances in HIV care and treatment. We support people to live well with HIV and are committed to challenging stigma, ignorance and misinformation, wherever they are found.
The Bloomsbury Network, Mortimer Market Centre, Off Tottenham Court Road, London WC1E 6JB