U=U: ASHM guidance for healthcare professionals


First Published:
18 May 2020
Last Reviewed:
18 May 2020

Resource Description

‘Undetectable equals untransmissible’, or U=U, refers to the fact that people who take antiretroviral therapy for HIV daily as prescribed, and who achieve and maintain an undetectable viral load, cannot sexually transmit the virus to an HIV-negative partner. U=U: ASHM guidance for healthcare professionals draws on the latest evidence to inform healthcare providers about U=U and provides recommendations for speaking about U=U to all patients, including those newly diagnosed with HIV. Key changes in this third edition of the guidance include: Undetectable Roadmap Poster

ASHM Resources

Drawing on the clinical expertise of members and other health professionals, ASHM resources are developed to meet the specific needs of the HIV, viral hepatitis and sexual health workforce.

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