The dispersal process for HIV positive asylum seekers
In December 2006, the National AIDS Trust (NAT) and the British HIV Association (BHIVA) published a booklet entitled: The Dispersal Process for Asylum Seekers Living with HIV Advice for health care and voluntary sector professionals. The booklet has been distributed to clinicians, relevant charity organisations and other key stakeholders working with asylum seekers during the dispersal process.
NAT is keen to evaluate both the impact of the dispersal booklet and how the new dispersal process is working through a short online evaluation form.
Your feedback is helpful as NAT prepares a brief in response to a forthcoming Home Office review of the dispersal process. All information provided in this evaluation form will be treated in confidence.
You may access and submit the form online by visiting:
You may also download the form (from the same web link) and return it completed either by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by post to: Policy and Campaigns Team, National AIDS Trust, New City Cloisters, 196 Old Street, London EC1V 9FR.
The booklet The Dispersal Process for Asylum Seekers Living with HIV Advice for health care and voluntary sector professionals is available online as a PDF