Session 1- From WHO Service Delivery Guidelines to Reality: Extending Eligibility for Established on Antiretroviral Therapy

Oct 28, 2021

In July 2021, the World Health Organization (WHO) released an update of “Consolidated Guidelines on HIV Prevention, Testing, Treatment, Service Delivery, and Monitoring: Recommendations for a Public Health Approach.”

The IAS – the International AIDS Society and CQUIN are convening this two-part webinar series on November 3 and 30, 2021 15:00 – 16:30 GMT+2.

In the first session of this series, presentations focused on extending eligibility for DSD for HIV treatment and the updated WHO criteria for recipients of care established on antiretroviral therapy (ART).

Speakers:

• Billy Doroux Aristide Charles, WHO, Cote D’Ivoire
• Jienchi Dorward, CAPRISA, South Africa
• Martin Ellie, Network for HIV Positives in Sierra Leone (NETHIPS), Sierra Leone
• Anna Grimsrud, IAS, South Africa
• Lise Jamieson, HE2RO, South Africa
• Lazarus Momanyi, NASCOP, Kenya
• Peter Preko, ICAP/CQUIN, Eswatini

Slides available here

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