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July 2017

Angelina Namiba

5th July 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
CW+ MediCinema, 3rd Floor, Lift Bank C, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Road
London, SW10 9NH United Kingdom
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Angelina Namiba

Angelina Namiba Originally from Kenya, Angelina has over 16 years’ experience of working in the HIV sector. She has worked on initiatives ranging from providing one-to-one support to people living with HIV; managing service provision to facilitating, promoting and advocating for the involvement of women living with HIV in forming and informing local and national strategy and policy. Angelina also works with adolescents and young people living with HIV, where she supports them around various issues and coping strategies including…

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August 2017

Marc Thompson

2nd August 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
CW+ MediCinema, 3rd Floor, Lift Bank C, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Road
London, SW10 9NH United Kingdom
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Marc Thompson

Marc Thompson An activist, mentor, ‘man-about-town’ and film buff, Marc Thompson has worked in Public Health and been a fierce advocate for social justice for 25 years, with a focus on Black minority and ethnic communities, sexual health and HIV. He is particularly interested in the intersection of race, sexuality and HIV and the impact it has on individuals and society. Marc has worked and volunteered with various community based organisations including GMFA, Big Up, Living Well and Terrence Higgins…

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September 2017

Rebecca De Havalland

6th September 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
CW+ MediCinema, 3rd Floor, Lift Bank C, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Road
London, SW10 9NH United Kingdom
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Rebecca De Havalland

Rebecca De Havalland Rebecca is an Irish trans woman, makeup artist and model agent. She has written a book about her life, His Name Is Rebecca, and was the subject of a ‘Would You Believe?’ documentary in Ireland. Here she talks frankly to the HIV Conversations about her sexual abuse as a child, rising to celebrity status across Dublin and London in the 80s, marrying at 22 and fathering a child, then her fall into alcohol abuse, heroin and crack…

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October 2017

Joshua Anderson

4th October 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
CW+ MediCinema, 3rd Floor, Lift Bank C, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Road
London, SW10 9NH United Kingdom
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Joshua Anderson

Joshua Anderson Joshua is a software engineer living in London. He was diagnosed in 2014 after shortly moving to London, and has been on a journey of activism since diagnosis. Before diagnosis, Joshua would not engage with potential partners that were HIV positive. Since diagnosis he went on his own journey to understanding life as a HIV positive man, and also a journey that challenged his own deep-rooted beliefs and what he calls his own "personal ignorance". Joshua has developed…

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November 2017

Jean Hunt

1st November 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
CW+ MediCinema, 3rd Floor, Lift Bank C, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Road
London, SW10 9NH United Kingdom
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Jean Hunt

Jean Hunt MBE Jean Hunt MBE originally began as a volunteer on the tea party, once a week on the ward. The St Stephen's Volunteers now has developed into a team that provide services in three areas of the hospital. St Stephen's Volunteer Jean Hunt was invited to Buckingham Palace on 6th December 2007, where Her Majesty the Queen presented her with the MBE medal at the investiture ceremony. The conversation with Jean The full conversation (33 minutes 51 second)

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December 2017

Professor Brian Gazzard

6th December 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
CW+ MediCinema, 3rd Floor, Lift Bank C, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Road
London, SW10 9NH United Kingdom
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Professor Brian Gazzard

Professor Brian Gazzard Professor Brian Gazzard started the HIV unit at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and is now its Clinical Research Director. This is one of the largest clinical units in Europe concentrating its research mainly on new algorithms of care Immunological and oncological manifestations of HIV disease and antiretroviral therapy. Brian qualified at Cambridge and received his MD from that institution in1983. He was awarded the Department of Health prize for distinguished achievement in 2002 and is the…

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February 2018

Simon Collins

February 7 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
CW+ MediCinema, 3rd Floor, Lift Bank C, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Road
London, SW10 9NH United Kingdom
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Simon Collins

Simon Collins Simon is an HIV positive treatment advocate with HIV i-Base which he co-founded in 2000. He was lucky to be one of the people who was just caught by HIV treatment, starting in 1996 with a CD4 count in single figures. He joined a small group of HIV positive people to tun a new treatment-focussed organisation called ATP, and for the next few years increasingly focussed on learning about HIV treatment. He believes that HIV positive people should…

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March 2018

Rich Watkins

March 7 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Richard Watkins

Richard Watkins: Richard is a professional actor and singer. He was diagnosed HIV positive in July 2016. As an actor, Richard has performed across the UK, Europe and Australia. He is trained in musical theatre, has performed as a singer and cabaret artist in London and abroad, and has West End and prime-time television credits to his name. Since his diagnosis, Richard has been actively involved in prevention campaigns and in supporting newly diagnosed groups. After quickly embracing his HIV…

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April 2018

Bisi Alimi

April 4 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
CW+ MediCinema, 3rd Floor, Lift Bank C, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Road
London, SW10 9NH United Kingdom
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Bisi Alimi

Bisi Alimi: Bisi is an “Angelic Troublemaker Incarnate”- passionate and energetic public speaker, storyteller, television pundit, campaigner, actor and Vloggers. His expertise on Social Justice ranges from Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity to Race and Race Relations, Feminism, Education and Poverty Alleviation. He has done a lot of work around “Intersexuality” and currently on a global Intersectionality tour. In 2004, he came out as gay on national television in Nigeria making him the first ever Nigeria LGBT person to do…

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May 2018

Patriic Gayle

May 2 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
CW+ MediCinema, 3rd Floor, Lift Bank C, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Road
London, SW10 9NH United Kingdom
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Patriic Gayle

Patriic Gayle: Since the 80s in HIV/AIDS and gay men’s health, Patriic is an accomplished trainer, educator and outreach worker, and continues to innovate tools with which to engage and support gay men and MSM in their health. Dragged kicking and screaming from retirement, Patriic co-founded the Gay Men’s Health Collective in 2010 where he volunteers and over caffeineates. More recently, he co-devised and piloted an ‘Introduction to Chemsex’ training day which includes guidance on how drug services can be…

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