URC Presentations at AIDS 2018

​URC is helping countries develop HIV and AIDS programs that focus on creating better health outcomes for underserved and vulnerable populations. We apply locally adapted, country-led methods to improve health care systems. And we work with providers, community leaders, patient advocates, and government officials to identify gaps, then develop and scale up best practices to achieve sustainable improvements.

Join URC experts in HIV and AIDS as they share the latest results and insights from their work at the 22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam July 23-27.

 

Panel

Emerald Room

Title
URC Presenter
Date/Time
Abstract
Differentiated Service Delivery 2018: Innovations, Best Practices and Lessons Learned
Optimizing Human Resources in the Context of DSD: An Interactive Tool for Clinic and Program Managers
Samson Kironde
Monday, July 23, 17:00-19:00

Posters

Poster Exhibition area, Hall 1, next to the Global Village (ground floor, by the main entrance)

Title
URC Lead Author
Date/Time
Abstract
Developing a Standardized Tool for Data Use and Decision-Making to Estimate the Human Resources for Health (HRH) Requirements for Implementing Differentiated Care for HIV in High-Burden Settings
Samson Kironde
Tuesday, July 24, 12:30-14:30
Task-Shifting and Sharing Practices During Implementation of Differentiated Care for HIV Service Delivery: Experiences from Uganda
Samson Kironde
Tuesday, July 24, 12:30-14:30
Implementing the “Test and Treat Policy: Increasing Access to Quality HIV Care Services at 11 USAID/Strengthening Uganda's Systems for Treating AIDS Nationally (SUSTAIN)-Supported Hospitals
Pamela Donggo
Wednesday, July 25, 12:30-14:30
Increasing Access to HIV Prevention and Treatment Prevalence through Gender-Based Violence Screening in Lubombo Region of Swaziland
Samson Malwa Haumba
Wednesday, July 25, 12:30-14:30
24-month Incidence of HIV Infection, Loss to Follow-Up and Mortality among Exposed Infants at Referral Hospitals in Uganda
Maureen Kwikiriza
Thursday, July 26, 12:30-14:30
Cascade Model of Mentorship for Mixed Cadre HIV Prevention Outreach Teams to Enhance Health Services among Female Sex Workers in East Central Uganda: Process, Achievements, Lessons and Conclusions
James Muhumuza
Thursday, July 26, 12:30-14:30
Communities in the Lead: The Botswana Experience with Community-Led Health Improvement to Achieve Epidemic HIV Control
Kesaobaka Dikgole
Thursday, July 26, 12:30-14:30