We believe that everyone should have easy access to research. On NIHR Evidence, you’ll find plain language summaries of health and care research that’s funded by the NIHR. Our summaries can help you to make informed decisions about health and care – whether you’re a member of the public, a health or care professional, commissioner or policy maker.
Every year, thousands of NIHR-funded studies are published in academic journals. But they’re packed with scientific jargon and can be difficult to understand. We select the most important findings and make them easy to read. We cover single studies (Alerts), and bring together research on specific themes or topics (Collections and Themed Reviews).
World AIDS Day
World AIDS Day is a global opportunity for people to unite in the fight against HIV. Founded in 1988, World AIDS Day was the first ever global health day.
Each year in the UK over 4,139 people are diagnosed with HIV. There is still a vital need for research. Read NIHR evidence on HIV and AIDS below.
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