October 27, 2021
18:00- 18:15 BST
London is already leading the way as a global city in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of HIV. Now we want to be the first city in the world to end new cases of HIV. We want to get to zero new HIV infections, zero preventable deaths and zero stigma by 2030, making sure everyone with HIV is living well.
In this presentation, Kevin Fenton, London’s Regional Director of Public Health and Co-Chair of the London Fast-Track Cities Initiative (FTCI) will reflect on the city’s journey to date on reducing HIV transmission, the value and impact of the FTCI, and the opportunities and challenges in achieving the city’s aims of zero new HIV infections, zero preventable deaths and zero stigma by 2030. Collaborative action by system partners, national-regional-local strategic coordination, and innovative, sustained local and community programme delivery remain key.
Speaker: Kevin Fenton, Public Health England, United Kingdom