AIDSFree Guidance Database: quick-access guide to HIV testing and treatment policies

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The AIDSFree Guidance Database is your one-stop shop for national HIV testing and treatment policies from PEPFAR priority countries. Use this resource to prepare guideline revisions for a specific country, conduct research and product development, prepare training materials for health care personnel, write proposals and grants, and learn about testing and treatment policies from other countries. The growing database delivers continuous access to the most up-to-date country guidelines and policies, and will be updated in the coming months to include data on tuberculosis (TB)/HIV co-infection and PrEP. 

The AIDSFree HIV Treatment Guidance Database provides national treatment guidelines from many priority countries around the world. Included in this database are guidelines for adult, adolescent, and pediatric HIV treatment; and prevention of mother-to-child transmission.

The AIDSFree HIV Testing Services (HTS) Guidance Database provides guidelines and policies on HIV testing services from many priority countries around the world. The HTS Guidance Database includes national guidelines on consent and confidentiality, testing algorithms and strategies, use of mandatory testing, self-testing, and quality assurance and quality improvement.

January 27, 2016
Year of publication
2016
Resource types
Guidelines and Policies, Tools, Websites or databases
Tags
HIV testing and treatment policies, PEPFAR, HIV testing and counselling (HTC), treatment guidelines, HIV, HIV prevention, treatment, PMTCT, prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT), HIV testing services (HTS), HIV self-testing

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