Together we can stop the virus

Stop the Virus

Strategies to help prevent the transmission of HIV include treatment as prevention, pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis. The evidence for each approach is provided here.

Preventing HIV

Working towards viral suppression

While ART is recommended for all people living with HIV, appropriate treatment strategies will vary based on individual needs. Recommendations for treatment initiation and switching, based on international guidelines, are provided here.

Diagnosis and treatment

Support for HCPs and PLHIV – The Full 360

In 2013, the United Nations committed to ‘90-90-90’ – an ambitious target to help end the HIV epidemic1. The Full 360 takes this a step further, adding a fourth objective; achieve an overall health status that’s as good as the general population. Information and resources are provided here.

Ongoing care
 

Together we can stop the virus

Health care professionals (HCPs) play a key role in the effectiveness of health services, especially regarding HIV care. From HIV diagnosis to treatment initiation and follow-up, the engagement of people living with HIV (PLHIV) with their HCP can improve self-esteem and adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART), which in turn can improve long term health and life satisfaction.2

HIV.eu provides information to help you support PLHIV. It features information on prevention and treatment together with adherence strategies and management of HIV-related comorbidities. Coverage of major HIV/AIDS conferences, news feeds, and special feature articles will also be incorporated.

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Discover resources, strategies and key information to help further support PLHIV.

Preventing HIV

HIV prevention strategies, including treatment as prevention, pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis.

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Diagnosis & Treatment

Review treatment goals and antiretroviral recommendations from international guidelines.

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Ongoing care

Resources to assist with adherence and achieving lifelong good health outcomes for PLHIV.

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News & Events

The latest research findings as well as news on upcoming events in the HIV arena.

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