Novel approaches to testing for sexually transmitted infections, including HIV and hepatitis B and C in Europe
This report focuses on novel approaches to testing for sexually transmitted infections, human immunodeficiency virus, hepatitis B virus and hepatitis C virus that are relevant for the prevention and control of these infections at EU/EEA level.
EMIS 2010: The European Men-Who-Have-Sex-With-Men Internet Survey
This report comprises the findings of an internet survey among men who have sex with men (MSM) from 38 European countries, making a total sample of over 180 000 men across Europe.
Hepatitis B and C surveillance report, 2006-2011
This is the first report from ECDC on the enhanced surveillance of hepatitis B and C viral infections. It aims to describe basic trends and epidemiological features of both diseases across countries in the EU/EEA for the years 2006–2011.
Hepatitis B and C surveillance in Europe 2012
This is the second report on the enhanced surveillance of hepatitis B and C viral infections. It describes basic epidemiological features and trends of both diseases across countries in the EU/EEA for 2012.
Hepatitis B and C in the EU neighbourhood: prevalence, burden of disease and screening policies
This literature review answers a series of questions on the prevalence of chronic HBV and HCV infection in the general EU population, the number of individuals with chronic HBV or HCV infection, and current national practices for screening for chronic HBV and HCV infection, all with the overarching goal of promoting national and European policies on the secondary prevention of these two diseases.
Behavioural surveillance toolkit
The overall objective of this work is to support the development of a key set of indicators in order to ensure availability of comparable behavioural data and to support Member States to implement behavioural surveillance or surveys by preparing a user-friendly toolkit and framework (protocol) for the implementation of behavioural surveillance and second generation surveillance related to HIV and STI in Europe.