COVID-19 HIV CO-INFECTION
In March the NEAT ID Foundation initiated the development of a simple Data “Dashboard” to monitor the progress of COVID-19 in HIV infected patients across Europe in real time. The Dashboard shows at European and Country level the number of cases reported to NEAT ID with COVID-19 co-infection with HIV, the number of hospitalisations and the number of deaths (from sites who have contributed to date).
The Public area of the dashboard is now open to view by clicking the link.
It is still open for Clinical Sites to Register and upload data (Individual clinic data will only be seen by the submitting site and will be password and security protected) - please click the Register button.
If you have already registered you can now upload Your data by using the Enter Data button –
(you will still need your login and password).
COVID-19 HEPATITIS CO-INFECTION DATA DASHBOARD
In May, as a response to interest in Covid-19 Co-infection in Hepatitis patients we have introduced a further Data Dashboard. If you are a Clinical Site who would like to take part in this initiative, please click the REGISTER button and follow the registration process to receive a login and password.
If you have registered, you can now upload your data by using the ENTER DATA button below. You will still require your login and password
The European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) is also supporting an initiative – to find out more please click this button
The European treatment network of HIV, hepatitis and global infectious diseases
NEAT ID's mission is to perform and coordinate Clinical Research on HIV/AIDS and associated Infectious Diseases at European and International levels.
Develop new strategies and approaches to the treatment of HIV and associated Infectious Diseases
Promote networking of trans-national research, from proof of principle to phase III – IV clinical trials
Integrate leading HIV/AIDS Research Institutions and Clinical Centres through a coherent, multi-disciplinary and durable research programme
Optimise resources and infrastructures, disseminate technology and spread expertise and resources
Provide training and mobility of scientists and foster lasting collaborations in Europe and Internationally