Inga Bulmistre receives a gratitude for a long-term work on detection of HIV infection

On December 1, 2017 within a frame of World AIDS day NGO “AGIHAS” organized Charity concert. During the concert Anda Čakša, Minister of Health on the Republic of Latvia rewarded with gratitude people working in the field of HIV / AIDS. Gratitude for the long-term work on detection of HIV infection received also a member of NGO “Baltic HIV Association”, employee at “Checkpoint” and The Centre for Disease Prevention and Control of Latvia – Inga Bulmistre.

Inga Bulmistre has been working in the field of HIV infection for more than 17 years. On 2010 she started her career in the AIDS field at AIDS Prevention Center. During these years, doctor’s assistant Inga Bulmistre continued to educate herself, shared her knowledge with colleagues and other specialists, helped to develop network of HIV prevention points in Latvia, participated in researches and supported hundreds of people in the hardest moment – when telling that they are HIV positive. At the moment Inga is an employee at The Centre for Disease Prevention and Control of Latvia and after the working hours takes part at Checkpoint.

”Inga works with more than 100% devotion, with a true empathy and love towards people and her work. She is very sincere, open, knowledgeable and ready to help whenever and whoever needs it. She is a great colleague!”, says Inga Upmace, Chairman of the Boeard of “Baltic HIV Association”.

Our warmest congratulations to Inga!

Final report and recommendations of study on innovative HIV testing methods among MSM

On September 28, 2017 final report and recommendations of KAB/P study on innovative HIV testing methods among men who have sex with men have been released.

In the both documents you may find – (1) final report of the KAB/P study on the implementation of innovative HIV testing strategies contains main results of a study conducted among MSM and stakeholders, and (2) recommendations  for the roll-out of innovative HIV testing strategies based on the results of a study conducted among MSM and stakeholders.

Both documents have been developed by the leaders of WP9 Task1 (Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid) of the Euro HIV EDAT Project with the participation of the working group.

You may find documents in the section “Guidelines / Recommendations” in our web page.

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