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Welcome to the HIV in Europe HIV testing audit tool.

This tool is a service to hospital departments and clinics to monitor the HIV screening of patients presenting with HIV indicator conditions in their clinics/departments. All indicator conditions listed in the audit tool have a confirmed HIV prevalence of > 0.1%. To use the tool, patient journals are reviewed retrospectively. How many patients presenting with one of the below indicator conditions and who were not yet known to be HIV positive, were offered and accepted an HIV test. Within a period of one year retrospectively, i.e. from 01-01-2016 to 01-01-2015, or >100 consecutive patients.

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Data is submitted to the HIV in Europe secretariat and is not publically accessible, the person responsible for the audit allows for the data to be used in meta-analysis of the situation across the continent. Study proposals using this data can be submitted to
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