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"I have found all the forums extremely interesting, helpful & informative. The range of speakers has been very impressive & represent important organisations - which in turn we can influence. It is good to know that we can influence national policies & that the voice of the patient is being heard."  Thomas, 34 - marketing director

Social Events & Fundraisers

We hold several free social events, fundraisers, trips and excursions every year. These include, a Christmas Party, a Summer Picnic - which attract over 100 people - and fundraising concerts by such eminent groups as the London Gay Men's Chorus.

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Participatory Workshops

Workshops give people an opportunity to explore non-medical issues that are important to them in a new and creative way. Facilitated by people living with HIV. Max 25 participants in each workshop

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Welcome New Members

Hello and welcome! If you are reading this page, you will probably have come here from the text message sent to you by the Bloomsbury Clinic to all its patients. Thanks for clicking the link!

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Want to find a creative outlet for your ideas, emotions and imaginations? In a welcoming environment for people living with HIV? After a successful taster session, Bloomsbury Network is running our creative workshop 'Writing From the Heart,' every two weeks til mid-July. The group is led by playwright and teacher Brian Mullin, who is living with HIV and a longtime member of the BN Steering Committee.

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Beyond Diagnosis Course

The Beyond Diagnosis Course is for anyone living with HIV, no matter how long ago their diagnosis. Perhaps you are recently diagnosed or maybe you have been living with HIV for thirty years or more. Regardless, if you feel that your diagnosis is holding you back in any way, this is the course for you.

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The Bloomsbury Clinic in the News: Islington Life

Bloomsbury Network lead, Geoffrey Milton was interviwed for Islington Life. Read the full text of the article below.

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