Study staff as they writing down their reflections on their challenges encountered during their course of duty, successes, lessons learned, and their experiences
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The HIV Prevention Trials Network (HPTN) 2017 annual meeting brought together researchers from its clinical trials involved in HIV prevention in countries across the world. Zambart, is part of a consortium of international researchers currently conducting the world’s largest HIV prevention trial in 21 communities in Zambia and South Africa. The Zambart Community Engagement (CE) […]
On August 15, 2017 Zambart joined other health stakeholders and participated in the annual HIV Testing, Counselling and Treatment (HTCT) Day event spearheaded by the Ministry of Health (MoH). National HTCT Day (previously National VCT Day) is held to raise public awareness on HIV prevention and treatment. During this year’s event, the President of Zambia […]
All 618 study staff shared their reflections and experiences and contributed to building of this PopART study reflection tree from their day to day work implementing study.
On August 8-11, about 700 staff members on the HPTN 071 (PopART) trial in Zambia, gathered in the small resort fishing town of Siavonga, south of the capital Lusaka, for their last annual refresher training and retreat before the end of study intervention activities later in December 2017. Organizers brought together all the study staff […]
courtesy of aidsmap. Adding HIV self-testing as an additional option to a door-to-door programme offering HIV testing in Zambia boosted the uptake of HIV testing among men, younger adults and those who had previously refused HIV testing, Helen Ayles of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine told the 9th International AIDS Society Conference […]
Martha Henry, Executive Director of HAI, spoke over Skype with Dr. Bond in Zambia. What is your research process for the social science aspects of PopART? I work with a core team. We have Zambian and South African social scientists who we’ve recruited and done a lot of training with. In the sites where we’re […]
Principal Investigator, for the Self-Testing Africa Project (STAR) Dr Helen Ayles, on June 8 2016, joined the Clinical Performance Study (CPS) team in M’tendere Township, in Lusaka, one of the study sites of the project. The two-year programme funded by UNITAID to provide cost-effective solutions for expanding existing HIV testing services, is being conducted in […]
The Self-Testing Africa(STAR) Study is a three-country research namely: Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe, and is funded by UNITAID. In Zambia the study partners are Society for Family Health (SFH), Population Service International (PSI), Zambart, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM). The aim of the study is […]