Evidence for Action on HIV Treatment and Care Systems. Key messages from five years of research in Africa and Asia

Abstract

This report presents key messages from research carried out by the Evidence for Action on HIV Treatment and Care Systems Research Programme. Evidence for Action is an international research consortium with core partners in India, Malawi, Uganda, UK and Zambia. The programme carries out policy-relevant research on key health system issues related to HIV treatment and care. The specific research themes covered in this report are:

  • What ‘package’ of treatment and care services should be provided in different settings?
  • How should HIV treatment and care services be delivered?
  • How should HIV treatment and care be integrated into existing health and social systems?
  • How best can new evidence from research be rapidly translated into new policies and actions?

The report draws on research carried out in Malawi, Uganda, Zambia, Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Ukraine, India, Malaysia, China, Nepal and Pakistan, as well as global reviews.

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15 pp.

Evidence for Action on HIV Treatment and Care Systems. Key messages from five years of research in Africa and Asia

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