Launch of the ECDC/EACS survey: HIV knowledge and attitudes in healthcare settings

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Measuring HIV knowledge and attitudes in the healthcare setting

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the European AIDS Clinical Society (EACS) are working to better understand HIV knowledge and attitudes in healthcare settings. A survey is being conducted to measure knowledge and attitudes towards HIV in the healthcare setting across the European Region.

The responses will help identify the needs and priorities of both healthcare workers and people living with HIV so that we can reduce HIV-related negative attitudes and behaviour in healthcare settings in Europe and Central Asia.

If you work in a healthcare setting in Europe or Central Asia, you are invited to take this survey.

If you wish to support this work, you can help by promoting the survey. Share this survey on social media and directly with colleagues who work in healthcare settings.

The survey is currently available in 38 languages with more to come!

Access the survey here.


Source : EACS

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