Project SOAR’s AIDS and Behavior special issue: Using implementation science to accelerate progress toward achieving the 90-90-90 goals

Project SOAR

Since its inception, Project SOAR has conducted 70 activities in 21 countries. This supplement features findings from select activities that cover all three pillars of the project: research, research utilization, and capacity strengthening. The papers are organized by the following topics:

  • Linkage to care
  • Factors that affect the HIV care cascade
  • Methodologies to improve implementation science research and HIV programming
  • Ensuring that research makes a difference

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November 4, 2019
Year of publication
2019
Resource types
Journal and research articles, Programmatic guidance
Tags
Project SOAR, linkage to care, HIV cascade, HIV implementation science, 90-90-90 targets

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