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HIV and TB in Practice for nurses: Pregnancy and TB/HIV

This article explains how to prevent and treat TB in pregnant women to protect both mother and child.

Published
14 February 2013
From
HIV & AIDS treatment in practice
Swaziland: U.S. Government Announces USAID and Mothers2mothers (m2m) Partnership to End Pediatric Aids

]In a response to the high rate of AIDS deaths and pediatric HIV in Southern and Eastern Africa, the United States Government through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and mothers2mothers (m2m) launched a five-year regional partnership today at an event in Manzini, Swaziland.

Published
24 January 2013
From
AllAfrica
Point-of-care (POC) diagnostics are essential to achieving an AIDS-free generation and improving outcomes in HIV-exposed children

This edition reviews recent evidence on point-of-care testing, on tests in development, and looks at experience of optimising performance of dried blood spot sampling.

Published
14 December 2012
From
HIV & AIDS treatment in practice
Factors associated with improved access to treatment and care for children with HIV in Africa identified in 5-country study

Nutritional support, early infant diagnosis (EID), linkages with associations of people living with HIV and on-site prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) services were associated with favourable paediatric enrolment

Published
05 October 2012
By
Carole Leach-Lemens
Global evidence of lower adherence to ARVs after giving birth

Antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence levels among pregnant women with HIV, in both high- and low-income countries, during pregnancy and especially after giving birth are significantly below what is

Published
25 September 2012
By
Carole Leach-Lemens
Hepatitis A vaccination in children under 2 remains effective for 10 years

Vaccination against the hepatitis A virus (HAV) in children two years of age and younger remains effective for at least ten years, according to new research available in the August issue of Hepatology, a journal of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases. The study found that any transfer of the mother's HAV antibodies does not lower the child's immune response to the vaccine.

Published
10 August 2012
From
EurekAlert
Mobile technologies playing a growing role in HIV care and treatment support

A number of studies presented at the 19th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) in Washington DC highlighted potentially important roles for mobile phone technology in the delivery of

Published
27 July 2012
By
Kelly Safreed-Harmon
Why Zambians don't test and treat

A study amongst 2443 people in Zambia, recruited from HIV clinics and community organisations, found that social ostracism, rejection by sexual partners and fear of not being

Published
26 July 2012
By
Gus Cairns
School rejects HIV boy's siblings

A primary school asked the parents of a four-year-old Whangarei boy with HIV to keep his two older siblings at home for their own safety after other parents came forward with concerns.

Published
15 May 2012
From
New Zealand Herald
KENYA: Better training needed for counsellors of HIV-discordant couples

The Kenyan government has issued guidelines on counselling for HIV-discordant couples, but many counsellors in smaller, rural health centres remain untrained.

Published
05 April 2012
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