The purpose of this study was to determine and describe the nurses' practice of integration of HIV prevention and sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services as a strategy to effectively combat the spread of HIV and promote family planning in Malawi.
The 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020) is the premier global platform to advance the HIV response. As the world’s largest conference on HIV and AIDS, it sits uniquely at the intersection of science, advocacy and human rights, bringing together scientists, policy makers, healthcare professionals, people living with HIV, funders, media and community. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this will be the first virtual edition of the conference.
Panagora South Africa has a Collaboration and Learning Hub that supports the USAID/South Africa Health Office with Expert Technical Services. This includes two activities, Technical Support Services (TSS) and Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL), both of which help USAID meet its HIV and TB programs goals. Panagora is actively looking for creative, dynamic, results-focused and experienced professionals for a number of positions.
SOAR researchers assessed a community-based program that provided female sex workers with mobile or home-based ART services. The findings demonstrate that the community-based model can lead to higher ART initiation and retention rates, and better adherence compared to standard facility-based ART provision. As countries aim to reach the 95–95–95 targets, national HIV responses must expand their strategies to effectively provide ART services, particularly to hard-to-reach key populations.
The Eastern Cape province of South Africa has one of the highest burdens of HIV in the world. Emergency Departments (EDs) can serve as optimal clinical sites for the identification of new HIV infections and entry into care. We sought to determine the current burden of HIV disease among ED patients in the Eastern Cape.