Student health information assistant (SHIA) Katie Lewis from Nottingham University has developed a simple, simple tool to help those who are struggling to get information on their health.

Katie says: I thought this was going to be something that people were going to think of as a simple tool but it actually has a lot more going on behind the scenes.

I’ve found that the best way to help people is to do a lot of research.

If you know you have HIV, you can ask someone who knows you about their health status to find out about it.

If they have Hepatia C, they can ask their GP if they can get their test results.

You can ask people to get their GP’s contact details and send them a message.

You’ll be able to use the tool to get a list of contacts, such as their GP, school or job.

If the GP can’t get you to a contact, you’ll be shown a list on a map, which you can zoom in and see how many contacts there are, as well as their details.

Katie Lewis, from Nottingham, has created a simple health information search tool for people with HIV.

The results are very straightforward, with the exception of the fact that it won’t do anything about your GP.

What’s so special about this tool?

Katie says that it’s a really simple tool.

You just type in a name and you get the list of people that have tested positive for HIV or hepatitis C. You simply need to click on one of the results to find more information.

What you’ll need to do is use the link on the left of the screen.

When you do, the site will pop up a list with the contact details of those people who have tested negative for HIV, Hepatias C or both.

This list is updated daily.

If someone’s HIV test is positive and there’s a contact list on it, you won’t have to go through all that again.

What can I do if I can’t find the information?

You can try sending a message to a number of different people who you think might be able help you out.

You should get a response in the next few days.

You could also check the status of your friend, or ask them to email you if they think they can help.

If there’s still no response, check their GP.

They could be able if they’ve had a recent test.

If your friend has HIV, they might not be able test you until after the next test, so it might be a good idea to test them as soon as possible.

If that doesn’t work, you could try asking your friends and family to check their phone.

If everyone tests positive, then it might help to ask a friend to test you yourself.

The answer might not always be the same, so do your best to remember where you are and where you’re going.

Katie and her team also put together a guide on how to find help for people struggling with HIV and Hepatios C. Are there any health benefits to using this tool or any other?

There are some benefits.

One of the main ones is that it helps to help you get access to some of the services you may need.

For example, if you have a GP who has been a provider of health services for many years, you might find it helpful to know where they can provide care for people who are not well.

The tool can also be useful if you’re in a bad situation where you can’t access health services.

Katie has created the tool on her own time and said that she’s been very grateful to have it.

She said: I’m not a medical doctor but I’ve used the tool quite a lot over the years and I’m glad to be able see it’s useful.

If people are struggling with their health, it can help them get a sense of how to get better.

Another benefit is that you can use the service to find information about the things that you’re concerned about.

Katie’s friends and colleagues are also very happy with the tool, which they said is an excellent addition to the online community around HIV and hepatitis C care.

Katie hopes that more people will use the free service to help out their friends and families.

What about the future?

Katie is planning to keep the tool up and running for the next couple of months, as she is still working on her PhD at Nottingham.

Katie said: It’s a great way to find people with information about their own health and to get referrals to the services they need.

She also hopes that the tool will encourage other people to become involved in the wider community.

If anyone is interested in using it, Katie is happy to help.

She says: The feedback I’ve been getting from people is that they’ve been very happy to have this tool out there.

I think it’s important that we keep it up and that the community is aware of it and people are doing it