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HIV in Europe 2009 Follow-up Meeting, Stockholm

Session: Welcome to HIV in Europe 2009

Key note speech - European Commission, Gisela Lange

Welcome note from Karolinska Institute, Harriet Wallberg-Henriksson, President, Karolinska Institute

Session: HIV in Europe

ECDC's role in the fight agains HIV/AIDS in Europe, Marita van de Laar

Developing WHO EURO Regional T&C Policy Framework, Lali Khotenashvili

HIV in Europe - call to action update - part 1 and part 2

Session: Late Presentation and the Undiagnosed Population 

Models of how to estimate the size of the infected not yet diagnosed pool of patients, Andrew Phillips

Methods for establishing the extent of HIV Epidemics and trends in Prevalence, Geoffrey P. Garnett

How to implement a consensus definition of "late presentation", José Gatell

Session: Targeted Testing - Optimal Testing? Best Practices

Indicator Disease Guided Testing, Antonella D'Arminio Monforte

Dutch (prevention and) Testing Guidelines, Rebecca van Riel

EMCDDA: Guidance on Provider-Initiated Voluntary Medical Examination, Testing and Counselling for Infectious Diseases in IDUs, Hans Blystad

Session: Barriers for Earlier Testing

The Criminalisation of HIV Infection - Overview of legislation in Europe, Matthew Weait

The People Living with HIV Stigma Index, Julian Hows

Session: The Momentum ensued since 2007 - The Need for Political Action?

Feedback from HIV Europe Portugal 2009 Conference, Luís Mendão

Feedback from HIV Europe France: the new recommendation from the French National Authority for Health, Dominique Costagliola

Feedback from HIV Europe Spain: Late presenters and detection of PHI: A community approach, Ferran Pujol

Outlook on the Spanish EU Presidency 2010, Olivia Castillo Soria

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