Updated: Jun 18, 2019
How many times a year & why do people living with HIV visit an HIV clinic?
Can they access telemedicine services?
Help us to find out by taking part in a 5-min survey!
We invite people living with HIV and clinical staff working at HIV clinics in the EU to take part in a short survey that seeks to shed light on the diversity of health services and the uses of m-health solutions to improve the delivery of HIV care in Europe.
The survey is carried out by the European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG) as part of the EmERGE Study (https://www.emergeproject.eu/), an EU funded project on mHealth looking at remote access to health care providers and facilitating self-management in HIV patients with stable disease.
The survey is anonymous, and the data will be treated with confidentiality by the EATG team working on the EmERGE project.
We hope to present the results of the survey at the EACS2019 conference and influence the way in which mHealth is implemented in Europe.
The survey is available in different languages – see links below. The survey is open until midnight CET, 24 June 2019 and can be accessed via PC or mobile devices.
We kindly ask you to share the survey with your networks and encourage participation (please translate the call to your language if you can to increase our outreach).
Thank you for your collaboration!
Please choose from the links below: