Research and analysis

Sentinel surveillance of blood borne virus testing in England: 2018

Data from laboratories testing for hepatitis and HIV across all PHE Centre areas of England.

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Sentinel surveillance of blood borne virus testing in England: 2018

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Sentinel surveillance of BBV testing in England (2018): supplementary tables

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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 to cover all regions and to include hepatitis B and A; since 2010, hepatitis D and E, and since 2011 HIV and HTLV testing.

For previous reports see:

Published 14 January 2020