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ASLM webinar on POC for HIV early infant diagnosis

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Highlights from the Laboratory System Strengthening Community of Practice Project


Webinar: Practical considerations for implementing
point-of-care testing for HIV early infant diagnosis



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Led by the African Society for Laboratory Medicine (ASLM), the Laboratory Systems Strengthening Community of Practice (LabCoP)<http://www.aslm.org/labcop/> fosters South-South learning and knowledge exchange in order to strengthen laboratory systems and improve health outcomes.


On 20 March 2019, LabCoP hosted a webinar covering considerations for implementing point-of-care (POC) testing for early infant diagnosis (EID) of HIV, presented by Jeff Lemaire, Diagnostics Advisor at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF).

Through investments from Unitaid, a collaboration between ASLM, Clinton Health Access Initiative, EGPAF and UNICEF has been working to integrate POC EID testing into the national laboratory systems of 15 countries and demonstrating promising results in increasing rates of HIV testing and initiation of antiretroviral therapy. Learning from this experience, the following were identified as key considerations for implementing POC testing for HIV EID:

* Leadership, governance and planning
* Site and product selection, site capacity assessments and national approval
* Site enrolment, orientation, training, and competency assessments
* Site monitoring, support, and post-market surveillance of in vitro diagnostics
* Quantification, procurement, supply chain, and waste management
* Quality assurance and information systems
The webinar also discussed other practical issues to consider in implementation, such as the location of the POC equipment; the flow of clients, samples and results; and the intensive training of health care workers required to manage and maintain quality compliance. View the full ECHO session here<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5x-YAj3sUU&feature=youtu.be>.

Additional practical guidance and tools for the introduction of POC technologies into national diagnostic networks can be found in the HIV Point-of-Care Diagnostics Toolkit<https://www.childrenandaids.org/poc-toolkit-page>.





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Carthi Mannikarottu
HIV and AIDS Section, Programme Division
United Nations Children’s Fund
3 UN Plaza, New York NY 10017
cmannikarottu@unicef.org<mailto:cmannikarottu@unicef.org>
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New Report: Best practices for retention in care for EMTCT

1 month 1 week ago
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NEW UNICEF PUBLICATION:
Evidence-based practices for retention in care from Eastern and Southern Africa



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UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office (ESARO) released Evidence-based practices for retention in care of mother-infant pairs in the context of elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (EMTCT) <http://childrenandaids.org/EBP-retention-ESA> in Eastern and Southern Africa<http://childrenandaids.org/EBP-retention-ESA>, a report examining the evidence base on improving care for women living with HIV and their infants. Through an extensive literature review, stakeholder consultations and country visits, 10 evidence-based practices that reduce barriers to retention in care were identified. These practices are organized into four intervention areas: service quality, human resources, use of health information and demand generation. The report describes the best practices and key considerations for implementation, and provides helpful tools and resources.




This overview of evidence-based practices for retention in the context of EMTCT is a resource for global HIV and health partners in the work towards improving care and support for all women living with HIV and their children.

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How can we help ensure women living with #HIV and their children receive optimal care and support? Learn more about evidence-based practices to improve retention in #PMTCT care: childrenandaids.org/EBP-retention-ESA

Learning from country experiences and scaling up successful practices bring us closer to eliminating #MTCT of HIV globally and ending AIDS among children. See the report from @UNICEF #ESARO and @unicef_aids on best practices from Eastern & Southern Africa: childrenandaids.org/EBP-retention-ESA




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Carthi Mannikarottu
HIV and AIDS Section, Programme Division
United Nations Children's Fund
3 UN Plaza, New York NY 10017
cmannikarottu@unicef.org<mailto:cmannikarottu@unicef.org>
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Webinar Recording: Updates from CROI 2019

1 month 3 weeks ago
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Webinar on Updates from CROI 2019
New Science on PMTCT and HIV Prevention and Treatment for Children and Adolescents




The Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) was held in March 2019 in Seattle, Washington, US. The conference brought together researchers from around the world to share the latest science and developments in HIV/AIDS and related infectious diseases. Find abstracts and e-posters on the CROI website<http://www.croiconference.org/abstracts/search-abstracts/>.

UNICEF hosted a webinar on 1 April, 2019 to share selected research presented at CROI this year. Dr. Lynne Mofenson presented an overview of research on prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) as well as testing, treatment and prevention among children and adolescents. Dr. Mofenson is a paediatric infectious disease specialist, who currently serves as a senior HIV technical advisor at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.

The webinar recording and presentation slides (abbreviated and full versions) are now available on childrenandaids.org. View them here<http://childrenandaids.org/croi2019-webinar-files>.




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Carthi Mannikarottu
HIV and AIDS Section, Programme Division
United Nations Children’s Fund
3 UN Plaza, New York NY 10017
cmannikarottu@unicef.org<mailto:cmannikarottu@unicef.org>

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Monday, April 1: Webinar on CROI 2019 updates

1 month 3 weeks ago
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UNICEF Learning Collaborative
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Webinar: Updates from CROI 2019
on children, adolescents and HIV



Monday, April 1, 2019
9:00-10:00 AM EST




Dr. Lynne Mofenson will share an overview of the latest science on HIV/AIDS related to women, children and adolescents presented at CROI 2019.
From the time she joined the National Institutes of Health in 1989 to her retirement in 2014, Dr. Lynne Mofenson was responsible for programme planning and the development and scientific direction of research studies and clinical trials in domestic and international paediatric, adolescent and maternal HIV/AIDS infection. She is currently senior HIV technical advisor at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.


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Thurs, Mar 28: Discussion on Adolescent Data Hub

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Live Discussion on the New Adolescent Data Hub



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Are you concerned about the well-being of adolescent girls and young women?


Meet on UNICEFAfrica Facebook<https://www.facebook.com/UNICEFAfrica/> this Thursday, March 28 at 9AM EST for a live discussion on the latest tool for visualizing girls most at risk of HIV and what's being done.
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Webinar: CROI 2019 Updates on Children & HIV

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Webinar: Updates from CROI 2019


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Monday, April 1, 2019
9:00-10:00 AM EST




Dr. Lynne Mofenson will share an overview of the latest science on HIV/AIDS related to women, children and adolescents presented at CROI 2019.

From the time she joined the National Institutes of Health in 1989 to her retirement in 2014, Dr. Lynne Mofenson was responsible for programme planning and the development and scientific direction of research studies and clinical trials in domestic and international paediatric, adolescent and maternal HIV/AIDS infection. She is currently senior HIV technical advisor at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.


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Envision for Girls: A Tool for Adolescent Health and Data

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A New Tool for Adolescent Girls and Young Women




Envision for Girls is a data hub that illustrates the multiple intersecting vulnerabilities experienced by adolescent girls and young women, tracks the global investments made to date and provides an update on programmatic actions at country level.

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Visit: www.childrenandaids.org/agywviz<http://www.childrenandaids.org/agywviz>


"I am elated to announce Envision for Girls<http://www.childrenandaids.org/agywviz>: a data hub that maps programmes, and highlights opportunities for realizing the well-being of adolescent girls and young women. Knowing where the investments are, and where the gaps exist is now simply a few clicks away for HIV prevention advocates, ministries of health, national programme managers and donor agencies. This dashboard was created with the belief that to reach ambitious goals, current programme investments must be better aligned, and should target localities where new infections are highest."

- Read more from Dr. Chewe Luo<https://blogs.unicef.org/blog/envision-newest-tool-adolescent-health-data/> (<https://blogs.unicef.org/blog/envision-newest-tool-adolescent-health-data/>Chief of HIV/AIDS, UNICEF)<https://blogs.unicef.org/blog/envision-newest-tool-adolescent-health-data/>.<https://blogs.unicef.org/blog/envision-newest-tool-adolescent-health-data/>



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Millions are spent on the prevention of HIV among adolescent girls and young women every year. But where and by whom? EXPLORE the data on Envision for Girls: www.childrenandaids.org/agywviz<http://www.childrenandaids.org/agywviz>
#EndAIDS #CSW2019

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For more sample posts, access the Social Media pack<https://docs.google.com/document/d/18EdmB_f2ho5LYUVgb3zZWtYxSwp0R8otEqaY8itSBXg/edit?userstoinvite=dwalkerunicef%40gmail.com&ts=5c86bcbc>.





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Carthi Mannikarottu
HIV and AIDS Section, Programme Division
United Nations Children's Fund
3 UN Plaza, New York NY 10017
cmannikarottu@unicef.org<mailto:cmannikarottu@unicef.org>

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LAUNCHING: Envision for Girls: A data hub that maps programmes and highlights opportunities for realizing the well-being of adolescent girls and young women

2 months 1 week ago
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EXPLORE: the latest tool for visualizing girls most at risk of HIV and what's being done.
Envision for Girls: www.childrenandaids.org/agywviz<http://www.childrenandaids.org/agywviz>
#EndAIDS #CSW2019

Today is the launch of a data hub that illustrates the multiple intersecting vulnerabilities experienced by adolescent girls and young women, tracks the global investments made to date and provides an update on programmatic actions at country level.


Please share! Social Media pack<https://docs.google.com/document/d/18EdmB_f2ho5LYUVgb3zZWtYxSwp0R8otEqaY8itSBXg/edit?userstoinvite=dwalkerunicef%40gmail.com&ts=5c86bcbc>





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REMINDER: Webinar on WHO Update on the Use of ARVsfor Preventing and Treating HIV Infection and Early Infant Diagnosis

2 months 1 week ago
Dear team, thank you for sharing this learning opportunity with me. I
missed this important meeting because of another I had to attend.

I coordinate pediatric and adolescents HIV care and treatment at the AIDS
Control Program Ministry of health. We will be hosting a WHO Afro team and
some represenstation from Geneva. We will be discussing the same topic.

I am writing to request you to share with me the presentations made at this
meeting. This will help us prepare well for the meeting next week.

Stay Blessed
Dr Eleanor Namusoke Magongo
Senior Program Officer Paediatric & Adolescent HIV Care and Treatment
AIDS Control Program
Ministry of Health

On Sep 13, 2018 3:17 PM, "Children and AIDS via Knowledge Gateway" <
childrenandaids@knowledge-gateway.org> wrote:

Thank you for sharing,we are facing the same and your support if
possible,from Gambia


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On Tuesday, September 11, 2018, 6:06 PM, Children and AIDS <
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Next Week: Webinar on Retention in the Context of Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Eastern and Southern Africa

2 months 1 week ago
Hi Jessica:
Are the slides available from the recent WHO guidelines webinar and will the slides be available for this upcoming webinar (I’m interested, but won’t be able to attend).

Thanks/ hope you are doing well,

Nathan


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> This webinar will provide a summary of implementation and community-led research related to retention of mothers and infants in the context of PMTCT in Eastern and Southern Africa.
>
> Presenters include:
> Philip K Wambua, Independent Consultant in Public Health
>
> Philip Wambua will present on ‘Evidence based practices for retention in care of mother infant pairs in the context of PMTCT in Eastern and Southern Africa’. He will also present guidance for scale-up to improve retention of mothers and their infants in care. This research was commissioned by UNICEF Eastern and Southern African Regional Office.
>
> Clara Banya, ICW Malawi
> Clara Banya will present the findings from community-led research conducted by GNP+ and ICW that sought the views of women living with HIV who were initiated on antiretroviral treatment during pregnancy or breastfeeding on factors that enabled them to successfully adhere to their treatment and return to health facilities for follow-up services and care.
>
> ‘Walking in our shoes; Perspectives of pregnant and breastfeeding women living with HIV on access to and retention in care in Malawi, Uganda and Zambia’ highlights the key factors that facilitate retention in care and calls for increased focus on rights and dignity in care for women living with HIV.
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RE: Next Week: Webinar on Retention in the Context of Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Eastern and Southern Africa

2 months 1 week ago
Dear Jessica
Greetings from Sudan
Are government partners allowed to attend these webinars or they are only for UN agencies?

Thank you and Best Regards
Abeer
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Thursday, September 20th 2018

8:30 AM-10:00 AM EST




This webinar will provide a summary of implementation and community-led research related to retention of mothers and infants in the context of PMTCT in Eastern and Southern Africa.

Presenters include:
Philip K Wambua, Independent Consultant in Public Health

Philip Wambua will present on 'Evidence based practices for retention in care of mother infant pairs in the context of PMTCT in Eastern and Southern Africa'. He will also present guidance for scale-up to improve retention of mothers and their infants in care. This research was commissioned by UNICEF Eastern and Southern African Regional Office.

Clara Banya, ICW Malawi

Clara Banya will present the findings from community-led research conducted by GNP+ and ICW that sought the views of women living with HIV who were initiated on antiretroviral treatment during pregnancy or breastfeeding on factors that enabled them to successfully adhere to their treatment and return to health facilities for follow-up services and care.

'Walking in our shoes; Perspectives of pregnant and breastfeeding women living with HIV on access to and retention in care in Malawi, Uganda and Zambia' highlights the key factors that facilitate retention in care and calls for increased focus on rights and dignity in care for women living with HIV.

You can join the meeting via Skype<https://meet.unicef.org/jerodrigues/8TDPVML5>.

For any questions, please contact Laurie Gulaid lgulaid@unicef.org<mailto:lgulaid@unicef.org> or Jessica Rodrigues jerodrigues@unicef.org<mailto:jerodrigues@unicef.org>











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Starting Soon! Webinar on Retention in the Context of Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Eastern and Southern Africa

2 months 1 week ago
Dear Jessica,

Thank you for organizing excellent webinars.

I failed to join the one that took place today due to connectivity
challenges.

Kindly share with me the presentation that was used today.

Thank you.

Aggrey

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> This webinar will provide a summary of implementation and community-led
> research related to retention of mothers and infants in the context of
> PMTCT in Eastern and Southern Africa.
>
> Presenters include:
> *Philip K Wambua, Independent Consultant in Public Health *
>
> Philip Wambua will present on ‘*Evidence based practices for retention in
> care of mother infant pairs in the context of PMTCT in Eastern and Southern
> Africa’**.* He will also present guidance for scale-up to improve
> retention of mothers and their infants in care. This research was
> commissioned by UNICEF Eastern and Southern African Regional Office.
>
> *Clara Banya, ICW Malawi*
>
> Clara Banya will present the findings from community-led research
> conducted by GNP+ and ICW that sought the views of women living with HIV
> who were initiated on antiretroviral treatment during pregnancy or
> breastfeeding on factors that enabled them to successfully adhere to their
> treatment and return to health facilities for follow-up services and care.
>
> *‘**Walking in our shoes; Perspectives of pregnant and breastfeeding
> women living with HIV on access to and retention in care in Malawi, Uganda
> and Zambia’* highlights the key factors that facilitate retention in
> care and calls for increased focus on rights and dignity in care for women
> living with HIV.
>
>
> You can join the meeting via *Skype*
> <https://meet.unicef.org/jerodrigues/8TDPVML5>.
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Webinar Summary: Retention in the Context of Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Eastern and Southern Africa

2 months 1 week ago
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Philip K Wambua, Independent Consultant in Public Health who presented on Evidence based practices for retention in care of mother infant pairs in the context of PMTCT in Eastern and Southern Africa. This research was commissioned by UNICEF Eastern and Southern African Regional Office.

Clara Banya, ICW Malawi who shared the findings from community-led research conducted by GNP+ and ICW. This research, led by women living with HIV documented the views of women living with HIV who were initiated on antiretroviral treatment during pregnancy or breastfeeding on factors that enabled them to successfully adhere to their treatment and return to healthcare facilities for follow-up services and care.

The presentations and recording of the webinar can be found here. 

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'Walking in our shoes; Perspectives of pregnant and breastfeeding women living with HIV on access to and retention in care in Malawi, Uganda and Zambia’ highlights the key factors that facilitate retention in care and calls for increased focus on rights and dignity in care for women living with HIV.

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Re: [emtct] Elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis in Cuba - What do you think?

2 months 1 week ago
Obrigada pela partilha de informação
Força

mushavia@yahoo.co.uk via Knowledge Gateway <emtct@knowledge-gateway.org>
escreveu no dia segunda, 13/07/2015 à(s) 17:23:

> This is excellent news indeed for Cuba, and like you mentioned, a clear
> sign that it is doable to get to a world where all children everywhere born
> to women living with HIV have an opportunity to be born HIV free and
> to remain HIV free throughout the breastfeeding period (and even beyond)
> Zimbabwe has successfully transitioned all sites countrywide to Option B+,
> and there is need now to focus on supporting women living with HIV to
> remain engaged in care, and to adhere to their medication-particularly for
> adolescent girls and young women in whom a lot of psychosocial support is
> needed to successfully negotiate the demands of being on chronic medication
>
> Key for us will be increasing ANC coverage to 95% of more (current ANC
> attendance is 93,7% (MICS 2014), getting women to book early (Mean
> gestational age at booking is still 6-7 months), getting HTC rates to 95%
> of more and ARV coverage of 90% or more (2013 ARV coverage 82%)
>
> We have results from a PMTCT survey conducted in 2014 which is showing
> MTCT rate of 7% .
>
> There is a lot which we still need to do, but tremendous progress has been
> noted since the launch of the Global Plan (2009 MTCT rate was 30%), and the
> country is readying itself for pre-validation activities
> Dr Angela Mushavi
> National PMTCT and Pediatric HIV Care and Treatment Coordinator
> Office: Mkwati Building Corner 5th Street and Livingstone Avenue, Harare
> 2nd Floor, AIDS and TB Unit
> Mobile: +263772232453
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> On Wednesday, 8 July 2015, 23:31, "thomasndosak@gmail.com" <
> thomasndosak@gmail.com> wrote:
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> I just wish to say Congrats Cuba for this great work. In Cameroon the
> CBC health board is actively fihting agains MTCT in 4 regions of the
> Country wherein the Scale up of Option B+ in some Districts can help
> curb the rate of MTCT.
>
> On 7/7/15, ambokoaugustin@gmail.com <ambokoaugustin@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Dear All,
> >
> > The Cuba new on the elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV
> > gives me hope and opportunity to strategize again and again , to do
> things
> > differently and more efficiently. But the lessons learnt form Cuba and
> the
> > critical need to increase ownership of the response at community and
> > government levels and accountability to the people.
> > This is the way of right direction​ to reach free HIV generation.
> >
> > All together we can, it is possible not a dream but a reality
> >
> > All the best
> >
> > Rashidi
> >
> > On Mon, Jul 6, 2015 at 4:01 PM, Seidou Moluh <moluhmoluh@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> >
> >> This result from Cuba makes me dream. I hope that Cameroon Will reach
> the
> >> elimination of mtct of HIV and syphilis.
> >> Congratulations to Cuba.
> >> Seidou Moluh
> >>
> >> Envoyé de mon iPhone
> >>
> >> Le 1 juil. 2015 à 21:54, "Jessica Rodrigues" <jerodrigues@unicef.org> a
> >> écrit :
> >>
> >> Dear Colleagues,
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> As many of you have heard, yesterday Cuba became the first country to
> >> eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis as a public
> >> health threat, according to WHO validation criteria. Although HIV
> >> prevalence is low in Cuba, this news is a beacon of light for many
> >> countries. Cuba's success also underscores the importance of health
> >> systems
> >> strengthening and human resources for health and demonstrates that gains
> >> in
> >> maternal, newborn and child health go hand-in-hand with improving HIV
> >> outcomes. Given the impact of this news on our work and community, we'd
> >> like to hear from you on this issue, as more countries from various
> >> regions
> >> are expected to become eligible for validation in the coming year.
> >>
> >> - *​What does the news of WHO's validation of the elimination of
> >> mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis as a public health
> >> threat
> >> in Cuba mean for the country where you work? *
> >> - *Do you think your country on track to reach the dual elimination
> of
> >> MTCT of HIV and syphilis? *
> >> - *If so, what strategies do you feel were instrumental in making
> >> progress toward these goals? *
> >> - *If not, what are three actions that should be prioritized to get
> >> there? *
> >>
> >> We look forward to hearing from you.
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> Best,
> >> Jessica
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> *Jessica Rodrigues, MS*
> >>
> >> *IATT Secretariat*
> >>
> >>
> >> *HIV/AIDS Specialist, Knowledge Management UNICEF House, 3 United
> >> Nations
> >> Plaza, Office #1034, New York, NY 10017*
> >> *
> >> Telephone: 917.265.4533 |Cell: 718.755.3511 | Email:
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Webinar Tomorrow: Toolkit for Research and Development of Paediatric ARV Drugs and Formulations

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On 3 Oct 2018, at 20:53, Children and AIDS <jerodrigues@unicef.org<mailto:jerodrigues@unicef.org>> wrote:

Dear Colleagues,
Sharing with you an upcoming webinar series on the Toolkit for Research and Development of Paediatric ARV Drugs and Formulations that starts tomorrow.

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Toolkit for research and development of paediatric antiretroviral drugs and formulations

Various efforts have enabled better alignment and convergence around key principles in paediatric drug development. These principles now need to be crystallised and promoted, so that higher standards in paediatric drug research and development can be ensured. The toolkit was initiated by the WHO and Unitaid in collaboration with, IMPAACT, PENTAid and the WHO convened Paediatric ARV Working Group (PAWG). The toolkit identifies the challenges and outlines possible solutions for promoting and accelerating timely and high-quality research and development of antiretroviral drug formulations suitable for infants, children, adolescents, and pregnant and breastfeeding women.


* Access the toolkit here<http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/273151/9789241514361-eng.pdf?ua=1>
* Access an online version with slide sets here<https://globalhealthtrainingcentre.tghn.org/research-toolkit-paediatric-antiretroviral-drug-and-formulation-development/downloads/>

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On Wed, Oct 3, 2018, 20:48 Children and AIDS <jerodrigues@unicef.org> wrote:

> Dear Colleagues,
>
> Sharing with you an upcoming webinar series on the Toolkit for Research
> and Development of Paediatric ARV Drugs and Formulations that starts
> tomorrow.
>
>
>
> -----
>
> *Toolkit for research and development of paediatric antiretroviral drugs
> and formulations*
>
> Various efforts have enabled better alignment and convergence around key
> principles in paediatric drug development. These principles now need to be
> crystallised and promoted, so that higher standards in paediatric drug
> research and development can be ensured. The toolkit was initiated by the
> WHO and Unitaid in collaboration with, IMPAACT, PENTAid and the WHO
> convened Paediatric ARV Working Group (PAWG). The toolkit identifies the
> challenges and outlines possible solutions for promoting and accelerating
> timely and high-quality research and development of antiretroviral drug
> formulations suitable for infants, children, adolescents, and pregnant and
> breastfeeding women.
>
>
>
> - Access the toolkit here
> <http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/273151/9789241514361-eng.pdf?ua=1>
> - Access an online version with slide sets here
> <https://globalhealthtrainingcentre.tghn.org/research-toolkit-paediatric-antiretroviral-drug-and-formulation-development/downloads/>
>
> [image: cid:image001.jpg@01D4557D.5ADE0640]
>
>
>
> - Join one of our dissemination webinars covering different modules of
> the toolkit:
>
>
> 1. Trial design / Pharmacokinetic modelling / Coinfections *– 4
> October, 14:00-15:30 CET – **Register here*
> <https://iasociety.webex.com/iasociety/j.php?MTID=m062cd453506ad3cf46680d892754c584>
> 2. Acceptability / Target product profile / Product commercialization *–
> 16 October, 14:00-15:30 CET – **Register here*
> <https://iasociety.webex.com/iasociety/j.php?MTID=m667e54bf8b10fbde1d43cf7b2eb362c7>
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> 5. Pregnant and breastfeeding women *– More information available soon
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>
>
>
>
>
> Jessica Rodrigues, MS
>
> Programme Specialist (Partnerships and Learning)
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> UNICEF, HIV Section
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