Poster Category 2: Combination Prevention

PO2/01 Having to tell: Mandatory disclosure of being HIV+ in healthcare settings in the WHO European region

PO2/02 Workshop: Community Designed Tool Kit to Integrate HCV Testing in HR Programs

PO2/03 Let´s talk about Sex: HIV/STI prevention in medical practice. Promoting testing and diagnosis via communication trainings for doctors and medical students. A cooperation project by Deutsche AIDS-Hilfe, medical associations, the Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA) and universities

PO2/04 Electronic Directly Observed Therapy (e-DOT) for PrEP adherence among Thai men who have sex with men: a feasibility randomized controlled trial

PO2/05 Esticom: Developing a Training Programme to help improve the skills and knowledge of Community Health Workers working with MSM on HIV, STI and Viral Hepatitis.

PO2/06 Informal PrEP use in a cohort of MSM in Southern Spain

PO2/07 Does Pre-test Counselling Increase Specific Types of Knowledge about Transmission of HIV and Viral Hepatitis B and C?

PO2/08 ESTICOM Trainings for Community Health Worker (CHW) in Europe: first results of the Europeanwide training programme for CHW that work in the gay community

PO2/10 Incidence of sexually transmitted infections before and after pre-exposure and post-exposure prophylaxis for HIV

PO2/11 Stigma and the HIV response among HIV-negative men who have sex with men in The Netherlands: new evidence from the 2018 Survey of Men and Sexuality (SMS)

Oral Presenations - Posters
PS2/01 On Social Media Mining for HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis

PS2/02 HIV infection and associated risk factors among Female (Cis & Trans) and Male Sex Workers in Greece: Innovative evidence by “Red Umbrella Athens”

PS2/03 A nationwide combination prevention success in England: intensified testing and earlier treatment controls HIV transmission in men-who-have-sex-with-men as well as benefiting others

PS2/04 Programmatic Mapping and Size Estimation of Key Populations in two major cities in Turkey: Istanbul and Ankara

PS2/05 Contribution of anonymous partner notification service on HIV/sexual transmitted infection (STI) detection at a community-based sexual health centre for men who have sex with men (MSM)