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Information Standard

In February 2015, AVERT became a member of The Information Standard. The Information Standard is a quality mark, or stamp, that tells you that you can trust the health and care information you are reading. 

In order to achieve this certification, we demonstrated that the HIV and AIDS-related information we produce is:

  • accurate
  • impartial
  • balanced
  • evidence-based
  • accessible to our users.

All of our information resources that have been approved by The Information Standard carry their logo.


AVERT shall hold responsibility for the accuracy of the information they publish and neither the Scheme Operator nor the Scheme Owner shall have any responsibility whatsoever for costs, losses or direct or indirect damages or costs arising from inaccuracy of information or omissions in information published on the website on behalf of AVERT. AVERT does not endorse any user-generated content submitted to or published on this website, or any opinion, statement, or advice expressed in any such content

What is The Information Standard?

The Information Standard is a certification programme developed by the UK Department of Health for all organisations producing trustworthy public-facing health and social care information.

Let us know what you think!

We are grateful for any feedback we receive on our information and resources. If you have anything you would like to tell us about our information resources, please submit your views through our comments boxes located at the bottom of our webpages.

More information

For more about the Information Standard, visit their website >>

Last full review: 
20 January 2016

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Last updated:
23 March 2017
Last full review:
20 January 2016