World AIDS Day 2018: Committed to progress
This year, FHI 360 commemorates World AIDS Day by recognizing the decline in new infections and deaths attributed to HIV and AIDS. We acknowledge the enormous effort of the global community – including policymakers, civil society and people living with HIV – to make HIV a more manageable, chronic condition.
FHI 360 will continue to use scientific evidence and our extensive partnerships to accelerate progress in HIV prevention, care and treatment, fostering locally led solutions and creating a sustained impact.
Here are several recent blogs, features, resources and published research that highlight our response to the global epidemic:
News and blogs
- Achieving HIV epidemic control: Going the last mile and beyond
- A future without AIDS begins and ends with key populations
- FHI 360 to manage media campaigns to raise HIV awareness in the United States
- R&E Search for Evidence: World AIDS Day blog post series
- Implementation of Community Index Case Testing
- Safety and Security Toolkit: Strengthening the Implementation of HIV Programs for and with Key Populations
- A Synopsis of Differentiated Care for ART Program Managers
Recently published research
- Expanding hospital human immunodeficiency virus testing in the Bronx, New York and Washington, District of Columbia: Results from the HPTN 065 study. Clin Infect Dis 2018 May; 66(10): 1581-7.
- Optimizing adherence in HIV prevention product trials: Development and psychometric evaluation of simple tools for screening and adherence counseling. PLoS One 2018 Apr; 13(4): e0195499.
- Pediatric to adult healthcare transitioning for adolescents living with HIV in Nigeria: A national survey. PLoS One 2018 Jun; 13(6): e0198802.
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