Case Based Surveillance

Protocol for the Situational Assessment of HIV Case Reporting
The MeSH Consortium has developed and applied a tool for conducting situational assessments of HIV case reporting. The tool has been designed so that it can be tailored to the needs of each assessment and be applied in part or full.Capture
Combined SWOT report – Tanzania, Kenya, South Africa and Haiti
In June 2016 the MeSH Consortium presented a joint report to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Global Fund of the four situational assessments of HIV case based surveillance. situation assessment
Progress to 90:90:90 - A longitudinal analysis of the Tanzanian national treatment cascade from 2006 to 2014
This poster analyses the HIV treatment cascade in Tanzania using routine data sources at the 2016 International AIDS Society meeting in Durban, South Africa.IAS cascade
Tracking people along the HIV care cascade: a tool to assess, develop and implement HIV case-based surveillance in high prevalence settings
This poster was presented at the 2016 International AIDS Society meeting in Durban South Africa outlines the protocol / tool developed for tracking people along the HIV care cascade.rochelle
Tanzanian SWOT report
The presentation below was delivered at the completion of the Case Based Surveillance situational analysis in Tanzania in it Professor Jim Todd summarised the main findings of the analysis. swot report presentation
HIV Case Based Surveillance situational analysis - Nairobi , Kenya
A situational analysis on the readiness of a numner of countries for the implementation of case based surveillance was carried out in Kenya in February 2016. This presentation was a summary of the findings given to key partners and stakeholders.1Capture
Monitoring of the HIV Epidemic Using Routinely Collected Data: The Case of the United Kingdom
We report on measures used to monitor the response to the UK HIV epidemic. We present analyses of routine data on HIV testing, diagnosis and care, and of CD4 back-calculation models to estimate country of HIV acquisition and incidence. Over the past decade, HIV and AIDS diagnoses and deaths declined while HIV testing coverage increased. Linkage into care, retention in care, and viral suppression was high with few socio-demographic differences.Link to Journal Site

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HIV continuum of care in Europe and Central Asia

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) supports countries to monitor progress in their response to the HIV epidemic. This paper addresses, In line with these monitoring responsibilities, how, and to what extent, the continuum of care is being measured across countries.
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