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From securing funding to saving lives: The dos and don’ts for successful opt-out HIV testing in the emergency department


Ian Cormack

Ian Cormack

Clinical Lead HIV Medicine

Croydon University Hospital, UK


Dr. Cormack is the clinical lead for HIV at Croydon University Hospital, where he oversees over 375 HIV positive outpatients. He is also responsible for the care of HIV positive inpatients at Croydon University Hospital, and clinical supervision of the HIV ward team Dr. Cormack is also a consultant Physician in Genito-urinary Medicine, where he trains and supervises GP trainees and junior doctors.

Dr. Cormack is also the HIV Mortality Lead for South West London and an examiner for the Diploma in HIV Medicine. Dr. Cormack has extensive experience working with 3rd sector groups such as NAM, PositivelyUK and Positive 21 Peer Support services.

Dr. Cormack is also Project developer and Lead for Opt-out HIV testing in the Emergency Department(ED) at Croydon, which is now being broadly implemented and rolled-out throughout London.

Ian Cormack reported no relevant financial disclosures.


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