Connect with us

Subscribe to our bulletins and news feeds, log in to our clinic portal and connect with us on social media.

Sign up to our email bulletins

We have a range of email bulletins to keep you up to date and in the loop with the latest research, news and developments in HIV.

We recommend that you add the bulletin email address to your safe senders list, contacts list or address book, so that it reaches your inbox and doesn't end up in your junk or spam folder.

Log in to our clinic portal

Our patient information portal is for clinics and patients subscribed to our Patient Information Scheme. 

In the portal patients and clinic staff are able to access NAM’s Information Standard certificated booklets, factsheets and The basics leaflets – including alternative language and printable PDF versions.

Healthcare professionals are also able to order hard copies for their clinics, and use functions within this site to send information to their patients using text messages and emails.

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Subscribe to our news feeds

RSS (most commonly expanded as Really Simple Syndication) is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works – such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video – in a standardised format.

Using an aidsmap RSS feed will enable you to seamlessly plug-in aidsmap headlines into your site. Including headlines in this way will require knowledge of a server-side scripting language, such as PHP, ASP.NET, Java, Ruby, Coldfusion etc.

Simply add the link to your news reader to get the news streamed directly to you.

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Follow us on social media

Keep up to date with all the projects, latest achievements and new developments that are going on in the world of NAM via our Facebook page.

Follow NAM on Twitter for links to hot off the press news stories from our editors covering key developments and conferences as they happen. We tweet from www.twitter.com/aidsmap.

We share photos and videos on the NAM Instagram page and you can watch all our aidsmap LIVE and Community Forum videos on our YouTube channel.