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London 90-90-90 Targets (2017) PLHIV: 38,600

95%

98%

97%

Source: Progress towards ending the HIV epidemic in the United Kingdom: 2018 report. Public Health England

London HIV Care Continuum (2017) PLHIV: 38,600

95%

93%

90%

Source: Progress towards ending the HIV epidemic in the United Kingdom: 2018 report. Public Health England

The following counters and charts portray the current epidemiology of HIV in London, based on estimates of the number of people living with HIV. The charts have hovers and are changeable by clicking on them. They are also downloadable-see the download button.

38,600 (37,900, 39,800)

Source: Towards Elimination of HIV Transmission, AIDS and HIV-Related Deaths in the UK

36,600

Source: Towards Elimination of HIV Transmission, AIDS and HIV-Related Deaths in the UK

35,900

Source: Towards Elimination of HIV Transmission, AIDS and HIV-Related Deaths in the UK

34,700

Source: Towards Elimination of HIV Transmission, AIDS and HIV-Related Deaths in the UK

20,300 (19,700, 21,400)

Source: Towards Elimination of HIV Transmission, AIDS and HIV-Related Deaths in the UK

19,200

Source: Towards Elimination of HIV Transmission, AIDS and HIV-Related Deaths in the UK

18,900

Source: Towards Elimination of HIV Transmission, AIDS and HIV-Related Deaths in the UK

18,500

Source: Towards Elimination of HIV Transmission, AIDS and HIV-Related Deaths in the UK

16,700 (16,300, 17,200)

Source: Towards Elimination of HIV Transmission, AIDS and HIV-Related Deaths in the UK

15,800

Source: Towards Elimination of HIV Transmission, AIDS and HIV-Related Deaths in the UK

15,500

Source: Towards Elimination of HIV Transmission, AIDS and HIV-Related Deaths in the UK

14,900

Source: Towards Elimination of HIV Transmission, AIDS and HIV-Related Deaths in the UK

London

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Methodology

Estimated PLHIV: Based on the MPES methodology1 which estimates the total number of people living with HIV in London and 95% credible intervals around this estimate2.

PLHIV diagnosed: Based on the MPES methodology1 which estimates the number of people living with diagnosed HIV in London.

PLHIV on ART: Proportion of diagnosed PLHIV in London on ART multiplied by the number of PLHIV diagnosed.

PLHIV virally suppressed: Proportion of PLHIV on ART in London whose most recent VL test in 2016 was less than 200 copies/mL multiplied by the number of PLHIV on ART.

1 A Gouber et al. Bayesian multi-parameter synthesis of HIV surveillance data in England and Wales, 2001. Technical Report. J. Roy. Statist. Soc. A, 171 (2006): 541-580.

2 95% credible intervals describe the statistical uncertainty surrounding estimates of PLHIV from a Bayesian analysis, which correctly and formally propagates the uncertainty inherent in the data through to the final estimates.

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Methodology

Estimated PLHIV: Based on the MPES methodology1 which estimates the total number of people living with HIV in London and 95% credible intervals around this estimate2.

PLHIV diagnosed: Based on the MPES methodology1 which estimates the number of people living with diagnosed HIV in London.

PLHIV on ART: Proportion of diagnosed PLHIV in London on ART multiplied by the number of PLHIV diagnosed.

PLHIV virally suppressed: Proportion of PLHIV on ART in London whose most recent VL test in 2016 was less than 200 copies/mL multiplied by the number of PLHIV on ART.

1 A Gouber et al. Bayesian multi-parameter synthesis of HIV surveillance data in England and Wales, 2001. Technical Report. J. Roy. Statist. Soc. A, 171 (2006): 541-580.

2 95% credible intervals describe the statistical uncertainty surrounding estimates of PLHIV from a Bayesian analysis, which correctly and formally propagates the uncertainty inherent in the data through to the final estimates.

Hover your mouse on bar for detailed data.

Hover your mouse on bar for detailed data.

Methodology

Estimated PLHIV: Based on the MPES methodology1 which estimates the total number of people living with HIV in London and 95% credible intervals around this estimate2.

PLHIV diagnosed: Based on the MPES methodology1 which estimates the number of people living with diagnosed HIV in London.

PLHIV on ART: Proportion of diagnosed PLHIV in London on ART multiplied by the number of PLHIV diagnosed.

PLHIV virally suppressed: Proportion of PLHIV on ART in London whose most recent VL test in 2016 was less than 200 copies/mL multiplied by the number of PLHIV on ART.

1 A Gouber et al. Bayesian multi-parameter synthesis of HIV surveillance data in England and Wales, 2001. Technical Report. J. Roy. Statist. Soc. A, 171 (2006): 541-580.

2 95% credible intervals describe the statistical uncertainty surrounding estimates of PLHIV from a Bayesian analysis, which correctly and formally propagates the uncertainty inherent in the data through to the final estimates.

Note: The Continuum of Care measures are derived from observed data and percentages may differ slightly to those obtained using rounded figures.

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Methodology

Estimated PLHIV: Based on the MPES methodology1 which estimates the total number of people living with HIV in London and 95% credible intervals around this estimate2.

PLHIV diagnosed: Based on the MPES methodology1 which estimates the number of people living with diagnosed HIV in London.

PLHIV on ART: Proportion of diagnosed PLHIV in London on ART multiplied by the number of PLHIV diagnosed.

PLHIV virally suppressed: Proportion of PLHIV on ART in London whose most recent VL test in 2016 was less than 200 copies/mL multiplied by the number of PLHIV on ART.

1 A Gouber et al. Bayesian multi-parameter synthesis of HIV surveillance data in England and Wales, 2001. Technical Report. J. Roy. Statist. Soc. A, 171 (2006): 541-580.

2 95% credible intervals describe the statistical uncertainty surrounding estimates of PLHIV from a Bayesian analysis, which correctly and formally propagates the uncertainty inherent in the data through to the final estimates.