мы не собираем никаких личных данных от вас. Каждый результат теста закодирован. Кроме того, все наши сотрудники обязуются сохранять профессиональную тайну!
вы получите результат теста в тот же день, через 30 минут.
вам не нужно ничего платить, приносить направление от врача или подтверждение о страховании. Тест абсолютно бесплатный! Здесь нет никаких «крючков».
мы не собираем никаких личных данных от вас. Каждый результат теста закодирован. Кроме того, все наши сотрудники обязуются сохранять профессиональную тайну.
If you have ever had unprotected sexual contact with someone who doesn’t know their serological status (i.e. never had an HIV test) – you should get tested!
Here you can also get quick tests for HCV and syphilis.
Our main goal is to educate and inform people how important HIV/AIDS prevention is. Every year Polish artists, together with medical specialist, campaign partners, and media, join our campaign to inform Polish society about HIV/AIDS. Symposiums for medical personnel and patients are organized annually, along with special actions that promote the idea of the campaign. The author of Project Test is Agata Kwiatkowska. “In 2009 my friends agreed to support me in, what was then, this crazy idea of creating a social campaign about HIV testing. They agreed to have photos of their faces taken to encourage Polish people to get tested. The idea was to show that it was ordinary and natural, and that it takes as long as drinking a coffee in a coffeehouse” – says Agata Kwiatkowska, the author of the campaign.
Agata - is a director of harm reduction program in Fundation for Social Education. She is responsible for the advocacy, communications and networking and policy engagement activities of Foundation for Social Education. Agata is also engaged in international-level advocacy, in particular at the CND (Special Session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs, UN) and in civil society capacity building activities. She graduated from Warsaw University with political since master degree and from Warsaw Medical University with public health degree. Currently she is PhD student (University of Warsaw, The Robert B. Zajonc Institute for Social Studies). She deals with drug policy in Poland and the topic of HIV / AIDS and sex education. She is an author of "Project Test", action that encourages Poles to test themselves for HIV, and the "Appeal to Parliamentarians" – a broad social campaign aimed to support decriminalization of possession of small amounts of drugs. Chair of Harm Reduction Forum in Warsaw Medical University. Member of the Polish Society for the Study of Addiction (PTBU - Polish Society of Addiction Research). Author of many social campaigns.
“Project Test was not only an action to encourage people to get tested for HIV – most of all it was citizens’ initiative where dozens of young, educated, aware people showed their faces just to prove that taking the test is something natural and obvious for them. The pictures where signed with words associated with testing, such as: ‘easy’, ‘quick’, ‘safe’, ‘together’, ‘for you’, ‘for me’, ‘after Erasmus’, and many others. The idea of the campaign is to fight against the stereotype ‘it doesn’t concern me’, and to show that getting tested is something obvious”; – adds Kwiatkowska.
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