On 29 November 2017 we launched recommendations on the long-term health, well-being and chronic care of people living with HIV (PLHIV).
Upcoming events and past event reports for HIV Outcomes initiative meetings, launches and other events.
Regularly updated news, press releases, downloads and more information on the HIV Outcomes initiative.
National Level
Find out more about our activities in Germany, Italy, Romania, Spain and Sweden.
The initiative

For those diagnosed and treated early, HIV is now a long-term, rather than fatal, condition. HIV Outcomes aims to address the needs generated by increased life expectancy, by looking to improve health outcomes and quality of life of people living with HIV in the long-term.

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Past Events
26 November at 8.00am to 26 November at 10.00am European Parliament, Strasbourg

Updates All

14 February 2020
With the aim of focusing European thought-leadership on delivering the greatest potential impact at national level, the HIV Outcomes Steering Group ‘road-tested’ the HIV Outcomes recommendations in Germany and Romania ...
18 December 2019
HIV has fallen off the EU’s political agenda but MEPs, patients, clinicians and academics put the spotlight on long-term health and well-being of people living with HIV at a ...
Press Releases
26 November 2019
Strasbourg, 26 November 2019: HIV Outcomes will today launch a Call to Action urging European policymakers to ensure that long-term health outcomes and the quality of life of people with HIV are high on the political agenda. At a roundtable event in ...

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We are pleased to share insights from our activities in Germany and Romania ! This new report highlights the unaddressed long-term #health needs of people living with #HIV and proposes actions and best practices to go #beyondviralsuppression
18 February at 8:08am
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Great to have @deborahagold speak at the #HIVCommission. We at @HIVOutcomes look forward to the outcome of the discussions!
13 February at 4:43pm
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New study from @IDSAInfo @HIVMA recommends routine use of frailty assessment to help predict and prevent adverse outcomes in ageing people living with #HIV. We need to do more to improve the quality of life of people living and ageing with #HIV !
12 February at 1:06pm
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Initiative Partners
This initiative is enabled by sponsorship provided by Gilead Sciences and ViiV Healthcare.

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