Copyright 2009 by HIV in Europe

The main objectives of the HIV in Europe Copenhagen Conference 2012 are to:

  1. Provide an overview of European innovative initiatives and best practices on optimal testing and earlier care - how to bring people to testing?
  2. Sustain and fuel the political discussion of the WHO EURO testing guidelines (2010), ECDC testing guidelines (2010)and ECDC-EMCDDA Guidance "Prevention and control of infections among people who inject drugs"(2011),the EU Communication on HIV/AIDS and EP Resolution adopted 1 Dec 2011 and their implementation at national levels
  3. Accompany the debate at EU HIV/AIDS Civil Society Forum and Think Tank level on HIV testing
  4. Provide opportunities for multi-stakeholder dialogue to develop creative solutions to unresolved challenges in research and implementation of HIV policies and programmes to improve early diagnosis and care of HIV across Europe - which people are prevented from testing and treatment, which measures are needed to overcome theses problems, which are the incentives for policy makers and people undiagnosed to become more active?
  5. Discuss and take forward the strategy for implementation of changes based on the concrete outcomes of the projects and initiative.
  6. Inform leaders, including key policy makers and donors, as to increase their commitment to ensure that HIV infected patients enter care earlier in the course of their infection than is currently the case.
  7. Increase public awareness of the public health problems associated with late presentation for HIV care.
  8. Present data available on temporal trends of late presenters and the undiagnosed population and data on the cost-effectiveness of HIV testing demonstrating how scaling up HIV testing can contribute to more sustainable health systems.
  9. Discuss HIV testing and linkage to care and testing among key populations and the role of new HIV testing diagnostic technologies.
 New EU project
Friday, September 01, 2017

CHIP will be the coordinator for the new EU funded Joint Action INTEGRATE. The launch of INTEGRATE will happen in Brussels 19 September 2017 where the EU commissioner for Food and Health will participate.
Read more here

 Late presentation of chronic viral hepatitis for medical care: a consensus definition
Monday, May 08, 2017

New publication! Late presentation of chronic viral hepatitis for medical care: a consensus definition. Read the full article here.

 Two-day short course on Introduction to Cost-effectiveness Analysis for Infectious Diseases at UCL
Tuesday, April 04, 2017

Don't miss out! Join a two-day short course on Introduction to Cost-effectiveness Analysis for Infectious Diseases at UCL. The course takes place on 28 and 29 September 2017. Read more here.

 Evaluation of the HepHIV 2017 Conference
Monday, April 03, 2017

The evaluation report from the HepHIV conference is now available. You can access it here.

 The HIV in Europe 2016 Annual Report is now available!
Monday, April 03, 2017

You can now read about our 2016 projects, activities and achievements in our annual report. Find it here.

 New report: The HIV in Europe initiative - the first 10 years
Tuesday, January 31, 2017

2017 marks 10 years of HIV in Europe - read about the 10 years of working with different stakeholders to promote earlier testing and care in our new report

 HepHIV 2017 Malta Conference
Tuesday, January 31, 2017

HepHIV 2017 Conference is now taking place in Malta (31 January - 2 February 2017). See full programme here. You can also follow news and updates on Twitter by following the conference hashtag #HepHIV2017