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Global Health Nursing & Midwifery

Join Our Discussion: Defining "integration" in the HIV-NCD context

Hannah Cooper - May 11, 2016
Dear Colleagues, The HIV-NCD Chronic Care Community has recently launched a discussion on how to best define "integration" within the HIV-NCD context. Led by Dr. Paul Park, Director of non-communic...
HIV-NCD; Task-shifting Integration
HIV Treatment & Prevention

South-To-South Technical Exchange Framework and Toolkit Pilot

John Nicholson - July 15, 2013
In 2012 and 2013, AIDSTAR-One piloted the South-to-South Technical Exchange on Integrating PEPFAR Gender Strategies: Framework and Toolkit in collaboration with PEPFAR, Stepping Stones International i...
gender Integration Targeted Interventions
[ARCHIVED] Adherence & Retention

Assessment of the Integration of PMTCT within MNCH Services at Health Facilities in Tanzania

Daniel C - Oct. 24, 2012
In guidelines released in 2010, the World Health Organization recommends that health facilities integrate prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) with maternal, newborn, and child health (M...
Adherence follow-up Integration mnch pmtct
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

Integrating HIV Care: Improving Programs, Improving the Lives of People Living with HIV

Daniel C - Aug. 16, 2012
"It is a blisteringly hot day in the city of Sangli in Maharashtra, a southern state in India. A group of women and men living with HIV have come together at the Aamhich Aamache Drop-In Center (DIC) t...
Care India Integration Integration and linkages to care stigma
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

Case Study: Integrating Family Planning and HIV Services

John Nicholson - March 25, 2011
Case Study: Integrating Family Planning and HIV Services Nicholson John
AIDS Community engagement Ethiopia family planning FHI HIV Integration Integration and linkages to care JHPIEGO Kenya maternal child health PATH Pathfinder Scaling up & managing at scale
[ARCHIVED] Global Surgery & Anesthesia

Potential synergies between surgical infrastructure and male circumcision scale up for HIV prevention

Bobby Shady - May 24, 2010
Ever since clinical trials in South Africa, Kenya, and Uganda demonstrated male circumcision to be approximately 60% effective in reducing female-to-male HIV transmission, there has been a growing emp...
Barriers to Access Innovations for Resource-Limited Settings Integration male circumcision scale up shared delivery infrastructure