European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week
Now in its fourth year and the second time hepatitis testing has been included, European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week will take place from 18-25 November 2016.
Testing week offers partners across Europe the opportunity to unite for one week to increase awareness regarding the benefits of HIV and hepatitis testing. European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week supports testing activities throughout the year.
We will provide a range of toolkits, factsheets and materials to support your outreach around European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week 2016, coming soon to this website.
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Let us know what you're doing for European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week
Join us on Twitter and Facebook – share a post, like us or tweet with the hashtag #Eurotestweek to let us and our followers know what you are planning to do, or have done, to encourage people in your country to get tested.
Sign-up is now open for European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week 2016
Testing week is spanning the length and breadth of the continent with partners participating from up to 53 countries. Check out the live feed to see the latest organisations that have signed-up to implement testing week activities in their country. Sign-up now to put your organisation on the map!
We had 417 individuals sign up to European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week 2015! Read some of their success stories here.
If you signed up to Testing Week 2015, you will automatically be enrolled in Testing Week 2016. To opt out, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to view the full list of people who have already signed-up for Testing Week 2016.
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AIDS-Hilfe Ulm/Neu-Ulm/Alb-Donau e.V.
19 July 2016
27 November 2015
Unidad de Cuidado Compartido
27 November 2015
Organisations and institutions that support European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week
Some of the largest international and pan-European organisations and institutions have demonstrated their support for the testing week. See full list».
Tonio Borg, the European Commissioner for Health and Consumer Policy, released a statement explaining why he supported European HIV testing week 2013.