Migrant health series: Access to HIV prevention, treatment and care for migrant populations in EU/EEA countries
This report summarises the findings of a review, commissioned by ECDC, of access to HIV prevention, treatment and care among migrants in the EU conducted between May and September 2008. Based on information gathered through a survey of respondents in EU/EEA countries and through a literature review, it provides an overview of the current situation and material for future policy, research and services aiming at improving access of migrant populations to HIV services.
This report is part of the ECDC Report on migration and infectious diseases in the EU, a series of documents presenting data analysis, evidence summary, interpretation and guidance on interventions in the field of migration and selected infectious diseases.
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