Read the main take-aways of the event HIV Outcomes organised on December 1st – World AIDS Day and learn how the European Union can help deliver good mental health for people living with HIV in Europe.
We seek to improve the long-term health outcomes and quality of life of all people living with HIV across Europe – and thereby improve the sustainability of European healthcare systems – by sharing evidence-based best practices and innovative approaches to care, while implementing policy and clinical changes in European countries.
On 26 November 2019, HIV Outcomes launched a Call to Action urging European policymakers to take concrete actions to ensure that long-term health outcomes and the quality of life of people with HIV are high on the political agenda.
On 29 November 2017, our multi-stakeholder European initiative launched recommendations on the long-term health, well-being and chronic care of people living with HIV.
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.
People living with HIV still face stigma, discrimination and isolation in their everyday life. Meet some of the MEPs, patient representatives and key stakeholders who are advocating for better long-term health outcomes and quality of life for people living with HIV