Advances in HIV science and treatment can sometimes feel like science fiction. So on May The Fourth, Star Wars Day, why not join us to find out about science fact.
5pm to 6pm – Find out more about our services and facilities
There’ll be a tasty hot meal served between 6.15pm and 7pm, then we’ve got:
7pm – Leading HIV scientists from the Francis Crick Institute answering the question “Why isn’t there a cure for HIV?”
7.30 to 8pm – Expressing Ourselves – performances of work created by people living with HIV as part of our Express Yourselves workshops. There’ll also be an exhibition of panels featuring the work from the workshops in the Positive East Computer Suite, which will stay on display throughout the rest of May
8pm to 8.15pm – Find out more about our Women 4 Women project and the community researchers, and the barriers to getting PrEP for Black women in East London.
8.15pm to 8.30pm – Find out more about Pat, our innovative sexual health chatbot, that can help you find and book a sexual health screen or HIV test, and answer a range of sexual health questions.
Come and join us. And May the Fourth be with you.
To let us know you’re coming (which helps us to plan for food catering) or for more information contact Mina.Kakaiya@PositiveEast.org.uk or call 020 7791 9301
You can download the poster here