Research and analysis

Sentinel surveillance of blood borne virus testing in England: 2014

Data are presented (regardless of test result) from laboratories testing for hepatitis and HIV across all PHE Centre areas of England.

Documents

Sentinel surveillance of BBV testing (England): annual report 2014

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Sentinel surveillance of BBV testing (England): annual report 2014 appendix

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Quarterly report from the sentinel surveillance study of hepatitis, HIV and HTLV testing in England: data for July to September 2014

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Quarterly report from the sentinel surveillance study of hepatitis, HIV and HTLV testing in England: data for April to June 2014

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Details

This sentinel surveillance study began in 2002 with the aim of gathering information on testing for hepatitis C within sentinel laboratory services, to inform local and national healthcare planning and help reduce incidence and prevalence. It has since been expanded so as to cover all regions and to include hepatitis B and A; since 2010, hepatitis D and E; and since 2011 HIV and HTLV testing. Appropriate data was not available to allow a first quarter 2014 report to be published.

For previous reports see the UK Government Web Archive.

Published 7 November 2014
Last updated 24 July 2015 + show all updates
  1. HPR 9(26) annual report and appendix uploaded
  2. Third quarter report uploaded
  3. First published.