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HIV/AIDS surveillance

The Seek and Treat for Optimal Prevention (STOP) HIV/AIDS Project is a 3 year pilot to expand HIV testing, treatment and support with the goal of reducing HIV transmission in BC.

The quarterly monitoring report was developed to monitor overall changes in the project’s targeted activities at a population level, within Vancouver HSDA. Population level indicators report data from across the HIV patient journey to evaluate important components of the core testing, public health management and treatment objectives.

Population monitoring

2016 STOP HIV/AIDS annual monitoring report through December 31, 2016
H2 2015 STOP HIV/AIDS semi-annual monitoring report through December 31, 2015 
H1 2015 STOP HIV/AIDS semi-annual monitoring report through June 30, 2015 
H2 2014 STOP HIV/AIDS semi-annual monitoring report through December 31, 2014 
H1 2014 STOP HIV/AIDS semi-annual monitoring report through June 30, 2014 
H2 STOP HIV/AIDS semi-annual monitoring report through December 31, 2013 
H1 STOP HIV/AIDS semi-annual monitoring report through June 30, 2013 

SOURCE: HIV/AIDS surveillance ( )
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