Webinar: Information Technology Tools to Support the Scale Up of Viral Load Testing and Early Infant Diagnosis

DATE: Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

TIME: 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM (EDT)

WHERE: Adobe Connect

Tracking data across multiple health care sites, labs, and machines is one of the greatest challenges in scaling up viral load (VL) testing and early infant diagnosis (EID). Innovations in information technology can help to decrease the burden of data collection, improve the accuracy of the data collected, and enhance the timeliness of data use in order to identify and address issues quickly and efficiently.

On Tuesday, July 18, 2017, AIDSFree will host a webinar with presentations on technology for VL/EID by Brad Cunningham of SystemOne, Debby Nongo of USAID/Nigeria, James Batuka of USAID/Kenya, and Jackson Hungu of CHAI. Presentations will cover the connectivity platform Aspect (formerly GXAlert), its use in Nigeria, and the Kenya Ministry of Health National STD/HIV Control Programme (NASCOP) Viral Load & Early Infant Diagnosis Dashboard.

viral load testing, viral load, early infant diagnosis (EID), information technology, data collection, data use, data tracking, connectivity platforms