JUSTRI is a not-for-profit organisation established to work with allies in the healthcare and patient communities, international agencies and the pharmaceutical industry to build successful responses to HIV and related conditions such as Hepatitis B & C. In collaboration with these allies we initiate and support projects and trainings, supply locally relevant resources, and facilitate international innovation in the provision of care for people living with these infections.

Or to put it less formally:
1. Do what they say isn’t useful – but you know is;
2. Do what crosses boundaries that are there – but needn’t be;
3. Do what they say won’t work – but you know almost certainly will.

JUSTRI is a small, but ever expanding, project and we are effective mainly because of the incredible support, participation and guidance we receive from our many supporters, trainers, funders. This truly  is a community effort.

Please click on ABOUT US to learn more and what we do. We also welcome your comments & support; please us the contact form under  CONTACT US link.

Recent News

Minimally Invasive Liver Assessment Techniques Training London 17.9.16

Techniques for the non-invasive evaluation of liver damage have changed markedly over the past few years. This one day training will provide state of the art information and guidance on how best to utilise these tools within clinical practice in the participants’ own settings. During this meeting a formalised film…


In a recent Facebook post the NHS featured Mike Youle, one of Justri founding members and CEO. The post said: “HIV consultant Mike Youle, who works at the Ian Charleson Day Centre at the Royal Free Hospital, provides education about HIV, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis (TB) to clinical staff across…

MENA Viral Hepatitis Meeting: Marrakech, Morocco June 2016

Continuing our MENA cohesion project this 2 day meeting will focus on building capacity and interaction between those working in viral hepatitis in the region. As well as didactic sessions, JUSTRI will use its innovative and highly successful multi-national, multi-disciplinary workshop groups to encourage regional networking and education on specific…


Addressing the limited teaching around HIV and sexual medicine within the curricula of UK and foreign medical schools, we conduct one-day teaching modules of didactic lectures and Q&A sessions, to improve knowledge and generate an interest in HIV and associated conditions for medical students, whatever career path they may take.…

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