Dealing with an Outbreak: Glasgow & People who use drugs

A talk by Susanne Millar, Fiona Gilbertson, Dr Andrew McAuley, Mhairi McKean and Dr Erica Peters
Glasgow Health & Social Care Partnership, Recovering Justice, Public Health Scotland, Waverley Care and NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

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About this talk

In this session, we will hear from the third sector, NHS & local government partners who have worked together in order to provide support to people in the height of an outbreak, among one of the most marginalised communities in Scotland.

Susanne Millar

Susanne Millar is the Interim Chief Officer at Glasgow City's Health & Social Care Partnership. She sits on the Glasgow Fast-Track Cities Leadership Group.

Fiona Gilbertson

Fiona has over 25 years of advocacy experience in HIV and sex work, mainly in policy development and lobbying, she believes that the fundamental way to tackle stigma and discrimination is through policy change.

Dr Andrew McAuley

Andrew has worked locally and nationally in the addictions field since 2005. He is currently Consultant Scientist at Public Health Scotland.

Mhairi McKean

Mhairi McKean is the Health Improvement Manager with Waverley Care’s HIV Street Support Project.

Dr Erica Peters

Dr Erica Peters is an Infectious Diseases and General Medicine consultant in the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow. She is the clinical lead for the current HIV outbreak amongst homeless PWIDs in Glasgow.

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