Health care professionals exchange ideas and approaches for improving HIV prevention strategies, scaling up access to ARVs and increasing patient adherence and retention to treatment plans. Members discuss the plethora of related issues, describe their first-hand experience, and exchange resources and lessons learned.
I see that the link to apply has expired. Is there someone I can contact to see if all positions have been filled? I'm very interested in the position and would like to send along my resume and writing samples. Casey read more
Hi all, It was a pertinent point brought out by Emmanuel Samuel Sima <http://email.ghdonline.org/c/eJw9T9tqhTAQ_Brz1pCY-0MeCuU8FPoNstWooblIjBX_vvHQll0YZthZZlwEH4Z6bc5urgxb3ivylhrO2nCGqVaMS2Mw5YoKLaQ0kin8Dt_w0Zz4gjXnjpP4T_CYI1rtOFNiiJw1_xQMJJhR92IGoUFxbkZAx-7KVvLsgxv8ZClRpNdGomDXWreOvXb9o-15nnhZp5yCTw7nsjTttu4NXYyQDhdedohP8BFuF3v4qWNvfy-7Xs65RKhNW2sMjd-FG_Npr5AqapHjkXy9nkmUJkwKg4qtK3wdxQOe_NLuoBVdnk3vjmNO1aX6axHa9BxNlinFfgBL52wz>, and great thoughts from everyone who practically take care of the HIV patients in large numbers (so both clinical and public health perspectives here), and well summed up by Junior Bazile <http://email.ghdonline.org/c/eJxlUEFuhDAMfA25NTIxJOwhh5Wq_QYKmwBpIUHBCG1fX1O1p0qWrbFmRh6H1cWlp9cW7BZKv-WdRLQKag037q2CBmTdoGllrVAao5qmauA8TznNPqclpiBzmcRsg9IIA3bPsR0GP46ABqF1Zmi0Ud6BOPZQtpLHuIQ-eluDAdXdtFjsTLRVeK_Ug-ufN-8u6c7z40gxl7fBfbHJRcdH9BW-_3lVSo-5rI54N9O6ML6yMYppJ5dIPPO6sgm9fk4wHaBub6JYmt3nUaKTPk7Mcxxyun4jWcCiRCHRr0RDB7XwFo3Bb01fZNg> . Let us continue ... read more
Thank you for the information. I hope you find someone people within our community that can match those position. Best, Bazile read more
I agree with the approach that Natalia highlighted. We have to make sure that clinically the patient can handle the surgery. We have to treat the histoplasmosis first. I would recommend starting ART as well without any delay bearing in mind that on average you get a 100 c/mm3 increase ... read more
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