17th July 2017

People’s needs begin at the point they were infected, not diagnosis

The contaminated blood disaster is unique in the United Kingdom for many reasons. One of these is the protracted lengths of time between the date people […]
25th July 2017

Joint Campaign Meeting – SIBF and Haemophilia Scotland

Recent events have necessitated action by both SIBF and Haemophilia Scotland. We have decided to join together and hold a joint member meeting to provide a […]
6th October 2017

Joint Member Meeting – SIBF and Haemophilia Scotland

  The Forum is holding a Joint Member Meeting with Haemophilia Scotland on: Saturday 14th October 11am – 1pm Mercure Glasgow City Hotel, 201 Ingram Street, […]
3rd November 2017

SIBF Response to Prime Minister’s statement on the Contaminated Blood Public Inquiry

The trustees of the Scottish Infected Blood Forum welcome the Prime Minister’s statement issued today. We are pleased that Mrs May has listened to the concerns […]
21st November 2017

“Can we live out the rest of our lives with dignity?”

“Hello I’m Sean (not real name), I’m 61 years of age, I live near Glasgow and I’m a member of the Scottish Infected Blood Forum. I’ll […]
26th April 2018

SIBF meet Sir Brian Langstaff and his Inquiry Team and submit Joint Response

Following on from the joint member meeting on Saturday 21st April, SIBF representatives along with those from Haemophilia Scotland and independent campaigners met with Sir Brian […]