Caregivers/care workers

News
September 14, 2018

Older people living with HIV describe a range of strategies to maintain or improve their mental health and emotional wellbeing, according to an English study published in AIDS Care. Many people said they shifted the focus of their attention away from HIV to other aspects of their lives.

Resource
August 24, 2018

Worldwide, a large proportion of all new HIV infections occur in people under age 25. AIDS is currently the leading cause of death among adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa and the second leading cause of death globally.

Resource
August 23, 2018

Background: The recent scale-up of prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) services has rapidly accelerated antiretroviral therapy (ART) uptake among pregnant and postpartum women in sub-Saharan Africa.

Blog
August 23, 2018

A few years ago Dany Stolbunov, now 20, told his doctor in Ukraine that he wanted to go to medical school. He was sharing his ambitions with someone he admired and trusted, who he thought might believe in him, the person responsible for his care.

Blog
August 20, 2018

Even the International AIDS Society never had a nurse on its board which is really shocking given that they are the first ones to give treatment to HIV/AIDS patients.

Blog
August 20, 2018

Last month, alongside the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, the International AIDS Society-Lancet Commission launched a groundbreaking 

eLearning course
August 16, 2018

Based on the USAID-funded CapacityPlus "Rapid Retention Survey Toolkit: Designing Evidence-Based Incentives for Health Workers," this course will orient participants on how to use a rapid disc

Resource
August 10, 2018

This app provides mobile access to WHO PrEP Implementation Tool (WHO Implementation Tool for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis of HIV Infection) and was developed to be a “digital pocket reference” available for clinicians and pharmacists. 

Resource
August 3, 2018

Caregivers mediate children's access to HIV care and their adherence to treatment. Support for caregivers may improve health outcomes in children, but fear of HIV stigma and discrimination can affect both uptake and delivery of support services.