Table 2 Changes in the proportion of visits made by those born in an accession CEE country: 1 June 2001–30 April 2007
% (95% CI) born in a CEE accession country* (n/N†)
Month and year of visitMenWomen (all)Women (excl FSW sessions)Women (sessions for FSW only)
1 June 2001‡–30 April 20021.0% (0.8% to 1.2%) (100/10 057)3.4% (3.1% to 3.8%) (365/10 639)3.4% (3.1% to 3.8%) (360/10 601)13.2% (4.4% to 28.0%) (5/38)
1 May 2002–30 April 20031.0% (0.8% to 1.2%) (105/10 849)4.0% (3.6% to 4.3%) (455/11 518)3.9% (3.5% to 4.2%) (441/11 446)19.4% (11.1% to 30.5%) (14/72)
1 May 2003–30 April 20041.3% (1.1% to 1.5%) (158/12 347)4.8% (4.4% to 5.2%) (631/13 122)4.5% (4.2% to 4.9%) (590/13 022)41.0% (31.3% to 51.3%) (41/100)
1 May 2004§–30 April 20051.4% (1.2% to 1.6%) (195/14 176)6.3% (6.0% to 6.8%) (920/14 505)5.9% (5.6% to 6.3%) (850/14 323)38.5% (31.4% to 45.9%) (70/182)
1 May 2005–30 April 20061.8% (1.5% to 2.0%) (214/12 259)7.1% (6.7% to 7.6%) (961/13 467)6.3% (5.9% to 6.7%) (833/13 186)45.6% (39.6% to 51.6%) (128/281)
1 May 2006–30 April 20072.5% (2.3% to 2.8%) (390/15 491)7.9% (7.5% to 8.4%) (1311/16 534)5.8% (5.4% to 6.2%) (899/15 499)39.8% (36.8% to 42.9%) (412/1035)
  • *Linear regression used for trend analysis. p<0.001 for change in the proportion born in a central eastern European (CEE) accession country over time.

  • †Excludes those for whom country of birth was not recorded (13.1% of all people attending the clinics).

  • ‡Data were only available from 1 June for 2001.

  • §1 May 2004 was the accession date for new member states into the European Union.

  • FSW, female sex worker.