HIV programming and implementation science

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January 9, 2020
A comparison of the outcomes of index client tracing with other community-based HIV counselling and testing program recruitment modalities (mobile, workplace, home-based) in South Africa.
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January 7, 2020
Long-acting HIV treatment and prevention (LAHTP) can address some of the achievement gaps of daily oral therapy to bring us closer to achieving Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS Fast-track goals. This review highlights key findings informing implementation planning.
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January 2, 2020
By adapting services to client needs, differentiated antiretroviral therapy (DART) has the potential to use resources more efficiently. We conducted a systematic review assessing the cost of DART in sub-Saharan Africa compared with the standard of care.
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December 30, 2019
Using the Payback Framework for research utilization, we assessed the impact of USAID's implementation science investment on a subset of studies examining HIV prevention, care, and treatment.
News
December 18, 2019

Sofia Bandomia and her team in Portuguese-speaking Mozambique had long found it challenging to enroll men living with HIV in care and treatment. What she found 5,000 miles, 11 countries and a language away in Cote d’Ivoire changed that.

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December 18, 2019
A qualitative research study exploring the role of masculinity in men’s engagement in the HIV care continuum in Côte d’Ivoire
News
December 16, 2019

Growing resistance to HIV drugs in Africa is threatening the significant progress made in the global fight against the virus.

Event
December 14, 2019

The annual INTEREST Conference is the premier scientific conference for HIV in Africa and brings together scientists involved in HIV treatment, pathogenesis, and prevention research from around the world.

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December 14, 2019
A training curriculum published by WHO to provide healthcare providers with the knowledge and skills that they need to know how to best help women who are living with violence.
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December 5, 2019

Hundreds of thousands of people continue to die from advanced HIV, also known as AIDS, because countries are still ill-equipped to detect and treat people suffering through advanced stages of the disease, according to a new report re