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Sexual Health, HIV All East Research Group (SHARE)

Sexual Health, HIV All East Research (SHARE) Group

Research for Health Equity

Sexual Health, HIV All East Research (SHARE) Group

SHARE brings together the expertise of Barts Health NHS Trust, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry and Queen Mary University of London to investigate the inequalities that are associated with poor sexual health and HIV, especially for minoritised communities across east London. We aim to ensure no one is left behind. Inequalities in health outcomes in east London associated with COVID-19 are a current research focus for our group.

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About us

SHARE’s vision is a world where everyone – no matter who you are or where you live – can enjoy excellent sexual health, where new HIV infections are eliminated and in which people with HIV live long and live well. We believe the learning gained from our work will have important implications for other clinical conditions.
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Our community

SHARE has been established in the heart of east London where many minoritised communities have been disproportionately affected by HIV and poor sexual health. We work in partnership with local people to gain deep understanding of their lived experiences and to ensure that our research and recommendations will have the greatest impact.
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Research themes

The SHARE research focuses on achieving better long-term outcomes for people living with HIV, investigating best treatments, driving optimal engagement with care, understanding the basic science of HIV in persistence and co-morbidities, and exploring the bigger picture to achieve health equity.
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