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HIV Treatment

The treatment cascade has been enormously successful in rallying policy attention to the 90:90:90 targets and in providing a useful framework to measure and reduce the potential for onward HIV transmission. In recognition that many countries are currently compromised in their capacity to track patient level cascades we have developed methods and materials to measure progress along the cascade from point of diagnosis onwards, and supported the implementation of case surveillance.

Patients waiting outside a patient treatment center in Africa

the process of replacing data from inefficient duplicate systems with individual-level, de-duplicated data from integrated and interoperable systems, and

to developing and operationalising data standards / best practise to accurately measure patient level care pathways.

Developed methods and materials to measure progress along the cascade 

Changes in patterns of retention in HIV care and antiretroviral treatment in Tanzania between 2008 and 2016

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Cascade Data Use Manual - To Identify Gaps in HIV and Health Services for Programme Improvement

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Outcomes of patients lost to follow-up after antiretroviral therapy initiation in rural north-eastern South Africa

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Implementation of case surveillance 

Feasibility of Establishing HIV Case-Based Surveillance to Measure Progress Along the Health Sector Cascade: Situational Assessments . . .

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Consolidated Guidelines On Person-Centred HIV Patient Monitoring And Case Surveillance

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Outcomes of patients lost to follow-up after antiretroviral therapy initiation in rural north-eastern South Africa

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