European Testing Week materials for Non-governmental/Civil society organisations

On this page, you will find Testing Week materials to support non-governmental/civil society organisations in planning, developing and implementing Testing Week activities, if needed. 

Please note, you can access the full range of European Testing Week materials on the bottom half of the Materials page

You may also find these materials useful when considering testing activities at other times of the year.

The materials are available for everyone to access.

Logos and templates

The testing week logos are available for your use on any materials related to testing week. There are several versions available, depending on your target audience and what tests or information you are able to offer.

 

Logos

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Logo 1 – European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week 2018

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DE

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EL

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ES

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IT

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MK

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PL*

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PT

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RU

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SI

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SL

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UA

 

Logo 2 – European Hepatitis-HIV Testing Week 2018 New this year

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Logo 3 – European Testing Week 2018 (No tagline) New this year

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Word template

 

- 2018 template

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- Template with date-free logo

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PowerPoint template

 

- 2018 template

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- Template with date-free logo

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Template news release 

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*The Testing Week logo in Polish is for "European HIV Testing Week"

 

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Toolkits

Seven toolkits have been developed to support you and provide guidance on different aspects you may wish to consider for your local testing week campaign.

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Toolkit 1 – Fundraising

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Toolkit 2 – Testing week implementation handbook

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Toolkit 3a – HIV dossier of evidence: a summary of the evidence to support free, confidential and voluntary HIV testing

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Toolkit 3b – Hepatitis dossier of evidence: a summary of the evidence to support free, confidential and voluntary hepatitis testing

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Toolkit 4 – Engaging with other partners

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Toolkit 5 – Working with key opinion makers: HIV and hepatitis experts, people living with HIV and hepatitis and influential figures

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Toolkit 6 – Guidance overview: a summary of resources to support regular HIV testing in healthcare settings

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Toolkit 7 – Evaluation media coverage

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Factsheets

Ten factsheets have been developed to support local media activities. These factsheets can be shared with the media during any media outreach activities – additional guidance is provided in Toolkit 2 ‘Testing week implementation handbook’ to support you.

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Factsheet 1 – About Testing Week

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Factsheet 2 – HIV the current situation in Europe

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Factsheet 3 – Hepatitis the current situation in Europe

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Factsheet 4 – Hepatitis policy

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Factsheet 5 – Hepatitis call to action

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Factsheet 6 – HIV policy

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Factsheet 7 – HIV call to action

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Factsheet 8 – How to reach government bodies

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Factsheet 9 – The benefits of focusing on and mobilising key populations

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Factsheet 10 – How to develop educational resources that resonate with key populations

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Read the 2017 Joint Statement from an alliance of NGOs on safer and voluntary testing for key and most affected populations

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Key messages

The following key messages have been developed to support you when communicating the benefits of HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C testing to specific, targeted audiences. The messages can be edited for local use to allow you to communicate HIV and/or hepatitis messages, as relevant according to your individual testing week programme.

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Key messages – General audiences

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Key messages – Healthcare workers

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Key messages – Pharmaceutical industry

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Key messages – Policy-makers

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Key messages – Supporting organisations

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Web banners

To help you make more people aware of European Testing Week, a selection of banner adverts has been developed for use on partner websites.

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 Save the date banner - 2018

Web banner – Leaderboard

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Web banner – Square

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Web banner – Skyscraper

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Flyer

The flyer briefly explains testing week and invites people to participate. It can be shared online or printed and shared at events, conferences and meetings.

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A5 Flyer – European Testing Week

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Key guidelines on HIV and hepatitis testing and treatment

Guidelines have been developed that set out why and how HIV and hepatitis testing should take place, and document the need for scaling up HIV and hepatitis testing and treatment. These external documents can be accessed via the links below.

  1. European Centre for Disease prevention and Control (ECDC), Stockholm: HIV Testing 2010.
  2. European AIDS Clinical Society (EACS), Brussels: HIV Guidelines version 9.0 2017.
  3. European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL), Brussels: Hepatitis C recommendations 2017
  4. World Health Organization (WHO) Scaling up HIV testing and counseling in the WHO European Region as an essential component of efforts to achieve universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support 2010.
  5. European Association for the Study of the Liver. (EASL), Brussels: Chronic Hepatitis B management 2017.
  6. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva: Consolidated guidelines on HIV testing services 2015.
  7. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva: Consolidated Guidelines on the Use of Antiretroviral Drugs for Treating and Preventing HIV Infection. 2016.
  8. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva: Guidelines on HIV self-testing and partner notification. 2016.
  9. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva: What’s new in HIV monitoring 2015.
  10. World Health Organization Guidelines on hepatitis B and C testing. 2017, WHO: Geneva.
  11. HIV in Europe. HIV Indicator Conditions: Guidance for Implementing HIV Testing in Adults in Health Care Settings. 2012.
  12. European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA). Guidelines for testing HIV, viral hepatitis and other infections in injecting drug users, 2010. 
  13. UNODC, UNAIDS, WHO. Update on HIV in prisons and other closed settings. 2017.
  14. UNAIDS, Global AIDS Monitoring 2018.
  15. International Union against Sexually Transmitted Infections (IUSTI). European Guideline for the screening, prevention and initial management of hepatitis B & C infections in sexual health settings. 2017.
  16. European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. Public health guidance on active case finding of communicable diseases in prison settings. 2018

Further materials and literature can be found on the HIV in Europe and World Hepatitis Alliance websites.

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