Opening Plenary

A talk by Dr Daniela Brawley, Colin Stewart, Bertrand Audoin, Cllr Mhairi Hunter and Nathan Sparling
NHS Grampian, Our Positive Voice (Grampian), IAPAC, Glasgow City Council and HIV Scotland

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The opening plenary will be a chance to reflect on the last year, consider what we have learnt, the challenges we have overcome, our collective successes and look at what the Fast-Track Cities initiative can do to support our work.

Dr Daniela Brawley

Dr Brawley is a Consultant in Sexual Health and HIV, and the Clinical Lead for Sexual Health in NHS Grampian.

Colin Stewart

Colin is a founder member of Our Positive Voice (Grampian). I am on the HIV Working Group Aberdeen which is ran by NHS Grampian. I have trained in Peer Support through Project 100.

Bertrand Audoin

Bertrand is the Vice-President of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC) since 2014.

Cllr Mhairi Hunter

Cllr Hunter is a Glasgow Councillor with responsibility for Health. She is the Chair of the Glasgow Fast-Track Cities Leadership Group.

Nathan Sparling

Nathan is the Chief Executive at HIV Scotland, and sits on the Fast-Track Cities Leadership Groups in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen & Dundee.

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