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AIDSTAR-One Case Study: From Paper to Practice-Implementing WHO's 2010 ART Recommendations in Zambia

By John Nicholson | 28 Jul, 2011

After the 2009 release of WHO’s Rapid Advice for HIV treatment in adults and adolescents, Zambia launched a broad-based effort to update its national treatment protocols. The Ministry of Health succeeded in creating an efficient and inclusive review and revision process for the guidelines, which they began implementing in 2011. This case study reviews the process, what worked, challenges, & resources used.

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    Link leads to: http://j.mp/qRmYbd

    Summary: After the 2009 release of WHO’s Rapid Advice for HIV treatment in adults and adolescents, Zambia launched a broad-based effort to update its national treatment protocols. The Ministry of Health succeeded in creating an efficient and inclusive review and revision process for the guidelines, which they began implementing in 2011. This case study reviews the process, what worked, challenges, & resources used.

    Source: John Snow, Inc. - JSI

    Publication Date: July 1, 2011

    Language: English

    Keywords: Clinical Guidelines, Revised WHO Guidelines, Zambia

 

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