Health care professionals exchange ideas and approaches for improving HIV prevention strategies, scaling up access to ARVs and increasing patient adherence and retention to treatment plans. Members discuss the plethora of related issues, describe their first-hand experience, and exchange resources and lessons learned.

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Junior Bazile
GHDonline
Douglas Krakower
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - BIDMC

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Strengthening the Community Health Workforce: Capturing Lessons Learned

This Expert Panel will explore strategies for strengthening and scaling the community health workforce to generate value in health care delivery.

June 12, 2017 - June 16, 2017

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Recent community activity

eCAP for medication adherence monitoring

by Nneka Emenyonu

Hello, Does anyone have experience with the eCAP for medication adherence monitoring? Please share. http://www.informationmediary.com/ecap Thanks, Nneka read more

Updated: 21 Nov, 2016
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McGill Summer Institute in Infectious Diseases and Global Health

by Madhukar Pai, MD, PhD

From June 12 to 23, 2017, McGill University, Montreal, will offer 6 courses over a two week period. Courses in the Summer Institute feature internationally known faculty, and bring together a diverse group of participants. Last year, our Summer Institute 2016 hosted about 400 participants from 46 countries. The unique ... read more

Updated: 18 Nov, 2016
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Statin Drugs Decrease Progression to Cirrhosis in HIV/Hepatitis C Virus Coinfected Individuals

by Junior Bazile

HIV and hepatitis C virus co-infection can significantly increase the risk of cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma. A recent study have found out that statin can help decrease the risk of development of cirrhosis in patients with HIV and hepatitis C virus co-infection. The full text can be found in this ... read more

Updated: 16 Nov, 2016
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Prenatal Combination ART Lowers HIV Risk, Ups Adverse Event Risk

by Junior Bazile

According to a recent study, combination antiretroviral therapy administered during pregnancy decreases HIV transmission to the neonate over zidovudine alone but increases the risk for maternal and neonatal adverse events. For those interested, a comprehensive explanation of the paper can be found here: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/871551?nlid=110608_2903 Enjoy the reading. Best, Bazile read more

Updated: 11 Nov, 2016
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GHDonline

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United States

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Tina Ja

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ACCESS Health International; HEALTH

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China

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Roger Gil

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ONG El Buen Pastor

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Guatemala