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A series of oral history interviews with ex-Lothian Health Board staff on the history of HIV treatment and care in Edinburgh, recorded by Lothian Health Services Archive staff from 2015 to 2018. Please note that this catalogue is in progress, and more oral histories will be added over time.
Sixty-one HIV-related public health / health promotion postcards from a range of organisations in America, Canada and Europe. The postcards were gifted by a donor from the United States.
Articles, publications, leaflets, and annual reports on topics relating to HIV/AIDS and sexual health.
Documents relating to the academic and professional life of Dr Jacqueline Mok. In addition to her own work, which focuses on the mother-to-child transmission of HIV, documents also focus on transmission of blood-borne viruses through infected blood. Procedural documents and correspondence relate to the work of Lothian Health Board (Community Child Health), which includes both financial and research records. In addition to HIV and AIDS, some documents focus on hepatitis.
AIDS information pack produced by Save the Children 1987; AIDS press cuttings 1986-1988; AIDS guidelines and conference articles 1986-1987; AIDS articles 1986-1987; newsletters and conference information 1986-1988; Scottish AIDS Monitor 1983-1987
Edinburgh-specific social work related AIDS papers 1985-1993; non-Edinburgh-specific social work related AIDS papers 1984-1997
The collection reflects the formation of the Waverley Care Trust in administrative papers and correspondence. Reports, newsletters, photographs and publicity materials document projects, community activities and initiatives run by the Waverley Care Trust, later (after 2003) Waverley Care.
The collection reflects the formation, activities and initiatives of WADOC Lothian, documenting its functions in organising WAD events, through minutes of meetings, correspondence, financial accounts, and publicity material such as promotional items, leaflets, printed ephemera, and photographs. The collection also includes papers relating to the dissolution of the organisation.