On 28 April 2021, the World Health Organization (WHO) published updated recommendations on service delivery for the treatment and care of people living with HIV. New and updated recommendations are provided on differentiated service delivery for HIV treatment.
Check out the new PEPFAR Watch website - a one-stop-shop for all information you need to support holding PEPFAR accountable to communities.
Check out the People's COP21 reports from Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania and South Africa, which outline the community recommendations for PEPFAR Country Operational Plans (COPs) 2021.
Watch this recent interview with Patricia Asero, HIV Advocate in Kenya.
Discover curated examples of COVID-19 DSD model adaptations from different countries across sub-Saharan Africa and Asia.
Read this advocacy brief from the EPiC and LINKAGES projects, which summarizes insights and recommendations from key population-led and trusted community-based organisations, who have advanced differentiated service delivery models in response to COVID-19.
Watch the recording of the most recent webinar "Can Our Antiretroviral Therapy Supply Chain Support Truly Person-Centered DSD?" co-hosted by CQUIN and IAS, which took place on 4 May.
Register for the next EpiC webinar "Leveraging decentralized drug distribution models to meet the HIV treatment needs of children and adolescents living with HIV" which will take place on 20 May.
Join CQUIN for their upcoming webinar on 1 June on " Screening for TB during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Challenges and Lessons Learned".
Watch the recording of the most recent EPiC Decentralized Drug Distribution (DDD) learning collaborative session, which took place on 8 April.
Reducing time to differentiated service delivery for newly diagnosed people living with HIV in Kigali, Rwanda: study protocol for a pilot, unblinded, randomised controlled study. (Ross, J, et al., April 2021)
Differentiated Service Delivery Models for HIV Treatment in Malawi, South Africa, and Zambia: A Landscape Analysis. (Huber, A, et al., May 2021)
Multimonth dispensing of up to 6 months of antiretroviral therapy in Malawi and Zambia (INTERVAL): a cluster-randomised, non-blinded, non-inferiority trial. (Hoffman, R, et al., May 2021)
Client and provider preferences for HIV care: Implications for implementing differentiated service delivery in Thailand. (Lujintanon, S, et al., April 2021)
Antiretroviral therapy dispensing for patients who are clinically stable. (Sibanda, E, and Taegtmeyer, M, May 2021)
Economic evaluation of differentiated service delivery models for HIV treatment in Lesotho: costs to providers and patients. (Nichols, B, et al., April 2021)
Turning threats into opportunities: how to implement and advance quality TB services for people with HIV during the COVID‐19 pandemic and beyond. (Roberts, T, et al., March 2021)
Expanding the Vision for Differentiated Service Delivery: A Call for More Inclusive and Truly Patient-Centered Care for People Living With HIV. (Ehrenkrantz P, et al., February 2021)
A comparison of different community models of antiretroviral therapy delivery with the standard of care among stable HIV+ patients: rationale and design of a non-inferiority cluster randomized trial, nested in the HPTN 071 (PopART) study. (Limbada, M, et al., January 2021)
Differentiated Service Delivery for HIV Treatment: Summary of Published Evidence (IAS, November 2020)
Check out our March 2021 newsletter: Do DSD models for HIV treatment save money?
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