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The delegation of healthcare tasks usually performed by more highly trained health personnel to those with less training, such as nurses and community health workers. Task shifting has allowed HIV services to be scaled up, especially in resource-limited settings.

Health workforce shortage weakens AIDS response

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Science Speaks
4 March 2015

Patients' app diagnoses 'not useful'

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BBC
2 October 2014

On AIDS: Three Lessons From Africa

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New York Times
4 August 2014

Planning for non-surgical male circumcision

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IRIN Africa
8 July 2013

ZIMBABWE: Nurses step up to initiate HIV treatment

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IRIN Plus News
17 October 2012

Nurses As Effective As Doctors In Treatment Of HIV Patients

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HIV / AIDS News From Medical News Today
15 August 2012

The Manchester Malawian medic myth

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BBC Health
15 January 2012

South Africa loses $1.4 billion training doctors who emigrated

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Los Angeles Times
26 November 2011