How to take HIV services online: A webinar series

FHI 360 - EpIC project

The USAID- and PEPFAR-supported EpiC project was pleased to host a webinar series on how to deliver HIV services using online and virtual platforms. This series offers practical skills building for various approaches outlined in FHI 360’s Vision for Going Online, including orientation to forthcoming tools and guidance. This webinar series is intended for HIV program implementers, including community partners interested in online solutions to support continuation of HIV services during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Access the recordings, slides, and resource sheets.

Topics included:

  • PrEP: Going virtual with PrEP service delivery

  • QuickRes: Setting up and using QuickRes for online HIV service booking and client case management

  • Virtual Case Management: Transitioning case managers to provide ART and PrEP services virtually

  • Electronic Client Feedback Systems: Setting up and using a routine electronic client feedback system for HIV programs

  • Marketing HIV Service Online: Leveraging online marketing platforms to generate demand for HIV services

March 4, 2021
Year of publication
2020
Resource types
Programmatic guidance, Video and audio clips
Tags
differentiated service delivery, virtual approaches, online platforms

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