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EmERGE mHealth Limited is a not-for-profit company formed to deliver a sustainable patient-clinic communication tool in the treatment and care of people living with HIV following a successful five year European Union funded Horizon 2020 research project (Grant No. 643736). The EmERGE project enabled HIV clinicians and people who live with HIV to co-design a … Read more
Researchers advance digital health through European Consortium. An international partnership of clinicians, social scientists, technology developers and HIV community activists met in Brighton in October for their penultimate consortium meeting. The University of Brighton leads two crucial aspects of the European Commission funded EmERGE project. Researchers from the Centre for Digital Media Cultures – Professor … Read more
On Sunday 1st December the Martin Fisher Foundation joined with other organisations in Brighton and Hove to remember those we have lost to HIV. We continue to move forward with the goal of ZERO new cases of HIV and ZERO stigma around HIV. We are so proud of our bus designed by the wonderful Daniel … Read more
What an amazingly sunny day we for the fourth Brighton and Hove Triathlon on 15th September 2019. The Martin Fisher Foundation was represented by 8 teams in the Sprint Relay and one team in the Olympic Relay and placed second in each Relay! Our swimmers swam 750m in open sea, our cyclists pedalled for … Read more
The Martin Fisher Foundation would like to thank everyone for coming to the bus launch and the media coverage. Read more about the bus here. The first HIV themed bus in Brighton & Hove and the UK.
On Saturday 5th October we launched the Martin Fisher Foundation Bus at Hove Lawns, Brighton and Hove. This is the first ever HIV themed pubic information bus in the UK and possibly worldwide. Over 67 million people travel on the buses in a year in Brighton and Hove and they will get to read up … Read more
For this year’s Brighton and Hove Pride Festival we choose for our charity the theme of tackling HIV stigma and the message that U=U. This means that someone with an undetectable HIV viral load (meaning they are on effective treatment that has completely suppressed the virus) cannot transmit the virus to their partner. Undetectable = Untransmittable! … Read more