European Testing Week

European Testing Week is a campaign that encourages organisations and institutions — in community, health care and policy institutions — throughout Europe to unite for one week twice a year to increase testing efforts and promote awareness on the benefits of earlier hepatitis and HIV testing. This initiative has progressed since its start in 2013 and has grown to be a widely recognised European event with hundreds of organisations participating every year. What once started as an annual event has now become a biannual event with two ETWs occurring each year: one in Spring (May) and one in Autumn (November). The Spring and Autumn ETWs share the same aim: to unite partner organisations throughout Europe for one week to increase access to testing and promote awareness on the benefits of earlier hepatitis and HIV testing.  Participants volunteer their own time to organise their European Testing Week activities and create incredible displays of a united effort to increase testing awareness at all organisational levels.

The next European Testing Week takes place during the following dates:
18-25 November 2024

In 2025, the Spring campaign will take place 19-26 May, and the Autumn campaign 17-24 November.

Interested in joining the next campaign? Then click the ‘Sign-up button below and register your organisation!

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European Test Finder

Include your services in the European Test Finder!

The European Test Finder is a website with a search function where users can find their nearest place to get tested and treated for HIV, tuberculosis and hepatitis B and C; receive opioid substitution therapy and get tested for STIs.

We need your help to make sure as many sites across Europe as possible are included. If you represent a site providing any of the relevant services, please make sure to register with information about your services on the website here.

For easy instructions on how to register, please watch our short video here.

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