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Project shows how to increase HIV treatment retention: Use the data you already have
By Kate Klein, MPH; Catherine Barker, MPH; Michelle Li, MS; and Nena do Nascimento, MPP. Blog discusses how to use existing data to increase HIV treatment retention.
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Analysis highlights hurdles between pregnant women with HIV and treatment
By Jennifer Yourkavitch, MPH, PhD. Research examines interactions among poverty, gender, and health systems that affect women’s participation in services to prevent HIV transmission from mother to child with a causal loop analysis.
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Software helps prevent mother to child HIV transmission
By Cristina de la Torre, DSc, MPH. Post on using new DHIS 2 software that tracks individuals and events longitudinally to help monitor referrals and linkages across health services.
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Collection supporting HIV data gathering provides support for front lines
By Jackie Hellen, MPH. With community workers and program managers in mind, MEASURE Evaluation worked to develop an online collection of Community-Based Indicators for HIV Programs.
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Guide gives direction to the last 90
By Sharon Weir, PhD. Read a Science Speaks blog introducing a new tool to help better estimate how many people treated have achieved viral suppression.
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Study finds diverse, but generally young and single men posing greatest HIV transmission risks to adolescent girls and young women
By Jen Chapman, PHD. A blog post from Science Speaks discusses a study that found reaching young men with prevention, treatment improves odds for female partners.
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Study finds HIV care, diagnosis barriers for men fueling epidemic among young women
By Zahra Reynolds, MPH. This blog post from Science Speaks focuses on a study of adolescent girls and young women and their male sexual partners in eSwatini to obtain locally relevant, usable data.
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Why Monitoring Project-Level Outcomes Is Important for PEPFAR Orphans and Vulnerable Children Programs
By Lisa Parker, PhD. We need data to be sure programs are improving children’s lives and preventing HIV. “Essential Survey Indicators” are helping.
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Reaching men through index testing can speed path to first “90” — and epidemic control
By Mahua Mandal, PhD. This Science Speaks blog focuses on a brief from MEASURE Evaluation that reviewed and analyzed index testing data from Zimbabwe and Tanzania in 2018.
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Thinking strategically about nutrition supports disease responses and more
By Heather B. Davis, MPH, and Emily A. Bobrow, PhD, MPH. This Sciences Speaks blog post introduces the new "Thinking Strategically About Nutrition: Key Issues in the Context of HIV and Tuberculosis" resource.
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