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56 Dean Street, HIV I-Base and ReShape teamed up to develop this definition of ChemSex to help health workers and researchers understand differences between ChemSex and recreational drug use.

A collection of tools, research and articles from 56 Dean Street, the London award winning sexual health clinic, to support healthcare providers to adapt their services to be ChemSex efficient.


To go along with the screening of the PROUD documentary on Wednesday 1st July, ReShape has put together a list of links to reliable and up-to-date resources on PrEP.

Reshape events - Reports and other documents 

The MRC, Sigma Research, NAM and ReShape teamed up to screen the PROUD documentary, a documentary on the PROUD study, a two year study that showed how a daily pill could offer excellent protection against HIV in the real world. The screening was followed by an open discussion on Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) with a panel of community experts.

Nadine Ferris France, Deirdre Ni Cheallaigh and Steve MacDonald presented the results of a groundbreaking pilot intervention in Zimbabwe. Alastair Hudson and Valerie Delpech shared the latest data from the stigma index and the Positive Voices survey in the UK and Sophie Strachan presented the work she has been doing on self-stigma for Positively UK. The roundtable was followed by an open discussion.

The Denver principles, their relevance today and the future of community empowerment and activism. The event provided a forum for an informal and interactive discussion. Presentation form Sean Strub followed by an open discussion. 

On 15 January 2014, a UNAIDS/World Bank Group summit meeting issued a press release endorsing a number of specific actions to accelerate efforts to address the social and structural drivers of the HIV epidemic that put people at greater risk of HIV and deny them access to services. These social and structural drivers include gender inequality, stigma and discrimination, lack of access to education and unstable livelihoods. Charles King was instrumental in conceptualizing and bringing to fruition this recent World Bank/UNAIDS summit. Presentation from Sean Strub followed by an open discussion.