"From mathematical modelling estimates to innovative HIV testing interventions"

19 septembre 2018
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Le colloque « From mathematical modelling estimates to innovative HIV testing interventions » se tiendra le mardi 16 octobre prochain de 10h à 16h30 à l'hôpital de la Pitié-Salpétrière, Paris.

Le projet européen HERMETIC ( HIV European Research on Mathematical modelling and Experimentation of HIV Testing In hidden Communities ) sera présenté lors de cette journée.
Ce projet financé par l'ANRS a été mené entre 2015 et 2018 dans 4 pays d'Europe, la France, la Belgique, la Lettonie et l'Estonie.

Ce colloque est gratuit mais une inscription est nécessaire via ce lien

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From mathematical modelling estimates to innovative HIV testing interventions: Experiences from the HERMETIC project
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16 th October 2018, Hôpital La Pitié Salpêtrière , Paris, France
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10:00 - 10: 15 am – Welcome coffee
 

10:15 - 10:35 am – Welcome and Opening Remarks – François Dabis ( appointed Director of ANRS, France), Marc Dixn euf ( CEO AIDES , France ), Dominique Costagliola (INSERM, France)

10:35 - 10:45 am - Introduction and meeting overview - Christiana Nö stlinger (ITM , Belgium ) & Virginie Supervie (INSERM , France )

Session on France

Chair : France Lert (ANRS , France )

10:45 - 11:15 am - Lise Marty (INSERM , France ) - Mapping the HIV epidemic to improve prevention and care: the case of France
11:15 - 11:45 am - David Michels (AIDES , France ) - Feasibility, acceptability and results of door - to - door HIV testing pilot study among SSA migra nts living in a Suburb of Paris

Session on Belgium

Chair : Sandra Van den Eynde ( Sensoa, Belgium)

11:45 - 12:10 - Lise Marty (INSERM , France ) - Unraveling the geographic and population heterogeneity of the HIV epidemic in Belgium
12:10 - 12:40 - Dominique Van Beckhoven (Sciensano , Belgium ) - A triangulation of estimates of the undiagnosed HIV population to strengthen confidence in the results and to guide public health decisions in Belgium

 

Lunch break 12:40 - 1: 3 0pm

 

Session on Belgium

Chair: Sandra Van den Eynde ( Sensoa, Belgium)
1: 30 - 1:55 pm - Jessika Deblonde (Sciensano, Belgium) - HIV testing within general practi ces in Europe: a mixed research synthesis
1:55 - 2:25 pm - Christiana Nöstlinger (ITM, Belgium) - From modeling the hidden HIV epidemic in Belgium to tailored HIV testing interventions for primary care
 

Session on Latvia and Estonia

Chair : Anita Villerusa (RSU, Latvia)
2:25 - 2:50 pm - Lise Marty (INSERM, France) - The HIV epidemic in two Balti c States: A tale of two stories ?

 

2:50 - 3: 05 pm - Coffee break

 

Session on Latvia

Chair : Anita Villerusa (RSU, Latvia)
3: 05 - 3:35 pm -
Inga Upmace (Baltic HIV Association , Latvia ) , Ruta Kaupe (DIA+LOGS , Latvia ) - Bridging the gap for risk groups (MSM & IDUs) for undiagnosed parts - 2 pilot studies in Latvia
3:35 - 4:00 pm - Anda Ķīvīte (RSU, Latvia) - Diagnostic accuracy, feasibility and acceptability of HIV oral fluid rapid tests among hard - to - reach key populations in Latvia
 

Final Session

4:0 0 - 4 : 3 0 pm - Christiana Nöstlinger (ITM, Belgium) & Virginie Supervie (INSERM, France) - Guiding Framework & Conclusions