IAS 2021 – DSD summary slides

IAS 2021 – DSD research summary slides

IAS DSD programme satellite sessions at IAS 2021

Delivering treatment where people live (Track D Oral Abstract Session)


HIV service delivery to key populations in the time of COVID-19: experiences from India – Rose Pollard (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, United States)

The Community HIV Epidemic Control Model: a community-based intervention to achieve 90-90-90 via comprehensive HIV differentiated service delivery in rural communities in Zambia – Cassidy W. Claassen (University of Maryland School of Medicine, Zambia)


VIBRA trial – Village-based refill of ART through community health workers following home-based same-day ART initiation: a pragmatic cluster-randomised clinical trial in rural Lesotho- Alan Amstutz (Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Switzerland)

Don’t wait – integrate! How COVID-19 has highlighted the need for HIV services to be person-centered (Track D Symposium)

Integration of family planning services into DSD for HIV treatment – results from 12 facilities in Kenya and Tanzania – Catharina Alons (Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF), United States)


Providing HIV, diabetes and hypertension treatment refills outside of health facilities in South Africa – Zukiswa Pinini (National Department of Health, South Africa)

DSD for HIV and TB – the role of DSD for TB treatment – Cuc Tran (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), United States)

The phoenix rises: How COVID-19 has accelerated differentiated service delivery for HIV treatment (Track D Symposium)


Let’s take going virtual viral – moving services online in Thailand – Reshmie Ramautarsing (Institute of HIV Research and Innovation (IHRI), Thailand)

More than just longer refills – the need for community-based and community-led services – Wame Jallow (International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC), Botswana)

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