Annual HIV/AIDS Surveillance Reports

Since 2008, ECDC and the WHO Regional Office for Europe (WHO/Europe) have coordinated enhanced HIV/AIDS surveillance in Europe with the purpose of covering all 53 countries in the European region. Countries of the EU/EEA report case-based HIV data in accordance with standard EU/EEA case definitions, while 30 countries report case-based AIDS data. All HIV and AIDS data are from case-based surveillance.

To correct for reporting delay, a statistical approach using historical data from 2005 to 2014 was applied. Countries were excluded from reporting delay adjustment when they: i) showed an inconsistent and non-stationary pattern in their reporting delay distribution during the period 2005–2014, or ii) reported aggregated data during the period 2005–2014. Reporting delays were taken into account for the calculation of graphs on transmission mode and disease trends.

The annual surveillance reports are launched around World AIDS Day, 1 December. 

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HIV/AIDS surveillance in Europe 2015

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HIV/AIDS surveillance in Europe 2014

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HIV/AIDS surveillance in Europe 2013

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HIV/AIDS surveillance in Europe 2012

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HIV/AIDS Surveillance in Europe 2011

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HIV/AIDS surveillance in Europe 2010

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HIV/AIDS surveillance in Europe 2009

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HIV/AIDS surveillance in Europe - 2008

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HIV/AIDS surveillance in Europe - 2007

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