WHO's 2010 Recommendations for HIV Treatment: National Guideline Revision Challenges and Lessons Learned

The WHO released revised recommendations for adult and adolescent HIV treatment in 2010. The aim of this technical brief is to provide HIV policy makers and program managers with a point of reference as they adapt and implement revised national HIV treatment guidelines. Approaches that worked well, challenges and lessons learned from three regions of the world - Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, and South-East Asia are highlighted. Links to key resources for countries revising guidelines and implementing revisions are also provided.

April 6, 2012
Year of publication
2012
Tags
Zambia, treatment, guidelines, Zimbabwe, aidstar-one, policy, South Africa, ART, WHO, Tanzania, national treatment guidelines, HIV treatment, antiretroviral therapy

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