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Survey on Routine Patient Data and ART Retention

By Michelle Li | 08 Jul, 2016

In order to better understand what practices exist in this field, MEASURE is conducting a survey of practitioners and experts in the field of health information systems and HIV programming to understand how routine patient data are currently being used in low- and middle-income countries to improve adult antiretroviral treatment (ART) retention.

The objective of the survey is to collect information about best practices, lessons learned, and promising approaches in this field, which will then be shared publicly to support Ministries of Health, donors, and practitioners in strengthening approaches to improving ART retention with available data. The findings will be shared in an online report and webinar.

Respondents to this survey do not need to have direct experience but should be knowledgeable of how programs and facilities use patient data to improve ART retention.

We would greatly appreciate 10-15 minutes of your time to complete the online survey in the next three weeks.

Thank you in advance for considering contributing your expertise to deepen our understanding of this important area.

Survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/G6LHKHZ

Questions? Contact Michelle Li at

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