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HIV in Europe 2007 – Working together for optimal testing and earlier care, Brussels

HIV in Europe 2007 was the first conference gathering influential HIV stakeholders from European and Central Asian countries including advocates, clinicians and public health professionals/ policymakers. The more than 300 delegates came from all 27 EU member states, and the WHO Europe region.

Conference Report is available here  

Opening of the conference

 

  Srdan Matic, Jens Lundgren Ton Coenen, Jeffrey V. Lazarus
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Plenary session 1

 

  HIV in Europe: Epidemiological data, Francoise Hamers 
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  download the presentation: HIV in Europe: Epidemiological data, Francoise Hamers
 

 

Plenary session 2

Diagnosed and undiagnosed HIV in Europe: where we are and what we should aim for, Andrew Phillips   >> view the video

Plenary session 3

 

HIV in Europe: how are we as a continent dealing with the virus – a multi-country analysis, Richard Coker
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  download the presentation: Testing times: Unmet need in testing, treatment, and care for HIV/AIDS in Europe, Richard Coker

Plenary session 4

Optimal testing and earlier care: the patient’s and people’s perspective, Ton Coenen, Bernard Forbes, Gennady Roshchupkin, Ibidun Fakoya, Galina Musat
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Plenary session 5

Getting people into care: Working Together to bring policy, clinical practice and patient support to bear on affecting change in Europe, Jeffrey V. Lazarus, José Gatell, Nikos Dedes, Henrique Barros
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Clinical review of EACS indicator disease guidance document

Jens Lundgren, Brian Gazzard, Nathan Clumeck, Antonella D’Arminio Monforte   >> view the video

Plenary session 6

Consideration of testing as a route to improved patient outcomes, Jose Zuniga, Kevin Fenton, Ken Mayer, Jens Lundgren, Brian Gazzard, Nathan Clumeck, A. D’Arminio Monforte


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  download the presentation: One Nation’s Approach: Routine testing in the United States, Kevin Fenton, Ken Mayer

  download the presentation: Another approach: The case for European guidance, Brian Gazzard Nathan Clumeck, Antonella D’Arminio Monforte

Plenary session 7

Current issues around testing, Jeff Lazarus, Matthew Weait, John de Wit, Iris Shiripinda, Lucas Wiessing


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  download the presentation: Criminal Law: Implications of HIV Testing, Matthew Weait
  download the presentation: To test or not to test:A psychosocial perspective of HIV testing, John B.F. de Wit
  download the presentation: HIV testing and migrant populations: Silence and fear in an expanding Europe, Iris Shiripinda
  download the presentation: Testing and injecting drug users: Challenges and approaches to effective testing, Lucas Wiessing

Plenary session 8 and Conference Closing

Hope for the future: Europe working together in HIV, Ton Coenen, Jens Lundgren, Raminta Stuikyte, Henrik Arildsen, Simon Barton, Hans-J. Stellbrink, Brian Tjugum, Andrew Amato-Gauci, Georgs Andrejevs, Srdan Matic


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  download the presentation: Conference Closing, Srdan Matic, Jens Lundgren, Ton Coenen
NEWS
 HIV pre-test information, discussion or counselling? A review of guidance relevant to the WHO Europe
Tuesday, June 23, 2015

New publication examining recommendations/evidence in current pan-European/global guidelines regarding pre-test HIV testing and counselling practices in health care settings.

 
 Aids Impact 2015 conference
Monday, June 01, 2015

The program draft of Aids Impact 2015 conference in Amsterdam is now online! Check out the programme here and register for the conference here.

 
 The 2014 European HIV Testing will be presented at a conference in the US this Friday.
Monday, June 01, 2015

Results from the 2014 European HIV Testing Week evaluation report will be presented at the 2015 National Summit on HCV and HIV Diagnosis, Prevention and Access to Care in the US this Friday. 

 
 New Co-chair elected
Thursday, December 18, 2014

Jürgen Rockstroh, MD, Professor of Medicine and Head of the HIV Outpatient Clinic at the University of Bonn in Germany will take over as the clinical co-chair of the HIV in Europe initiative. He replaces Professor Jens Lundgren, who has acted as co-chair since the start of the initiative in 2007.

 
 European HIV testing week 2014
Friday, November 21, 2014
Friday, 21st November was the launch date for ETW2014. Over 700 organisations from 52 of the 53 countries of the WHO European region signed up to help more people become aware of their HIV status. Click here to see what activities the Participating Partners undertook during the week.

 
 Call for Action from the HepHIV2014 Conference
Tuesday, November 04, 2014
The HepHIV2014 Challenges of Timely Testing and Care held in Barcelona 5-7 October 2014 closed with a Call for Action addressed to policy makers and stakeholders.
Call to Action from HepHIV2014 Conference

 
 HepHIV2014: Speech from Gottfried Hirnschall (WHO)
Monday, October 13, 2014
Gottfried Hirnschall represented WHO Regional Director for Europe, Zsuzsanna Jakab, at the HepHIV2014 conference. Click here for the full speech.
 

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