HIV Outcomes Germany consists of the following members (not yet constituted):
- Jens Ahrens, Deutsches Expertennetzwerk HIV/Hepatitis e.V.
- Prof. Dr. Georg Behrens, MH Hannover
- Jochen Jakobs, ViiV Healthcare
- Dr. Sebastian Noe, MVZ Karlsplatz München
- Annette Piecha, Deutsches Expertennetzwerk HIV/Hepatitis e.V.
- Dr. Katja Römer, dagnä e.V.
- Siegfried Schwarze, Projekt Information e.V.
- Dr. Christoph Spinner, TU München
- Prof. Dr. Hendrik Streeck, UK Bonn
- Christian Thams, Gilead Sciences
- Alexandra Wigger, ViiV Healthcare
- Florian Winkler-Ohm, SchwuZ
Activities & Milestones
Focus on the German Federal Election! The initiative would like to continue the cross-party exchange with MPs and hold further discussions, as meaningful change can often only be achieved with political support!
July 18 – 21, 2021
At the International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Science, the initiative will discuss the consequences of Covid-19 on the quality of life of people living with HIV at a satellite symposium together with the European partners.
March 25-27, 2021
HIV Outcomes engaged in a dialogue with the HIV community and science at the German-Austrian AIDS Congress (DÖAK). With a booth, a campfire as well as a poster, the initiative was able to discuss challenges and ideas “beyond viral suppression” with the community.
February 18, 2021
HIV Outcomes Germany is growing: At the second workshop, two new participants were welcomed to the initiative and the organizational structure was discussed. Furthermore, the initiative had a first exchange with political actors and was able to discuss how HIV/AIDS remains on the political agenda with a member of the German Parliament. #hivoutcomesmeetspoliticians
December 01, 2020
HIV Outcomes Germany introduces itself! On World AIDS Day, the initiative aims to raise awareness for the topic of HIV/AIDS. For this purpose, a short video has been published on social media. Message: #wekeepgoing
September 21, 2020
During the first workshop in September, the working group engaged in intense discussions to specify and agree upon the main goals and thematic priorities of the initiative.
- In Germany, HIV Outcomes will for now focus on the parallels between HIV and COVID-19 and what lessons we can learn from them.
- Studies have shown that stigma and discrimination against people with HIV are possible causes of mental illness, which is why mental health will be another key topic.
- Moreover, the initiative will also focus on digitalization of the health care system and the associated opportunities and challenges that exist for people with HIV.
July – August 2020
Following the successful launch, the German secretariat called each participant individually to discuss key issues and identify target groups. Based on these conversations, a first draft of a consensus paper was prepared. What were the major themes of the draft? Mental Health and Digitalization.
June 18, 2020
HIV Outcomes Germany is launched! For the first time, the initiative comes together for a digital kick-off meeting.
Germany FIPRA – Secretariat HIV Outcomes
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