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Study finds fear drives pregnant women with HIV from prevention services
By Valerie Flax, PhD, MPH. A study published in PLOS One investigated why HIV-positive pregnant women might drop out of a treatment program that would protect their infants and possibly save their lives.
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Indicators to Measure Family Planning and HIV Integration
By Mary Freyder, MPH. A new manual recommends that all USAID missions use additional indicators to track family planning (FP)/HIV service delivery and client-focused outcomes.
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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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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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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 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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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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A Conference on HIV Science and the People at the Center
By Liz Millar, MPH. This blog post introduces the IAS Conference on HIV Science and describes a MEASURE Evaluation session at the event.
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Revised PLACE Manual Published with New and Updated Tools for Epidemic Control
By Sharon S. Weir, PhD. This blog post introduces the updated Priorities for Local AIDS Control Efforts (PLACE) method tool kit.
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A Promising Data Quality Method to Save Time and Money
By David Boone, PhD. On World AIDS Day, here’s a suggestion on a method that has the potential to be a game changer for data quality assurance of routine HIV/AIDS program data.
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