HIV surveillance data in the UK by demographic characteristics and geographical region.
HIV in the United Kingdom: decline in new HIV diagnoses in gay and bisexual men in London, 2017 report
Ref: PHE publications gateway number: 2017420, HPR 11(35) PDF, 120KB, 5 pages
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Diagnosed HIV prevalence by upper and lower tier local authority data are available on the Sexual and Reproductive Health Profiles.
New HIV diagnoses, AIDS and Deaths are collected from laboratories, genito urinary medicine (GUM) clinics and other health care settings. Data relating to people living with a diagnosed HIV infection are collected from HIV outpatient clinics. Data relate to England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
Published: 20 October 2015
Updated: 28 November 2017
- Added link to the ‘HIV in the UK 2017 slide set’ under Details section.
- Added Health Protection Report article, slide set; and HIV data tables. Previously published data has been revised to reflect resubmissions and improvements to data cleaning; data may therefore differ from that in previous publications.
- An error has been identified with Table 7 in the ‘National HIV surveillance tables’ which affects a small number of patients diagnosed in 2015. These values have now been corrected.
- Updated with 2016 HIV slideset.
- Updated with 2016 HIV data tables. Revised previously published data to reflect clinic and laboratory resubmissions, and improvements to data cleaning, so data may differ from previous publications.
- First published.