Impact of Health Communication on HIV Treatment Outcomes
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Impact of Health Communication on HIV Treatment Outcomes

Impact of Health Communication on HIV Treatment Outcomes

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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health 615 N. Wolfe Street Room W1030 or ONLINE

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You’re invited to attend a panel discussion with a selection of authors featured in the supplement issue of the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (JAIDS) released on December 8.

This ten-article supplement specifically addresses the role health communication plays in treatment outcomes and provides a compilation of experiences from low- and middle-income countries. It is an extension and follow up to the 2014 JAIDS Supplement, “Health Communication in HIV Prevention and Care.”

Researchers representing multiple sectors, countries and perspectives contributed their examples of how communication has improved HIV treatment outcomes in an effort to foster a multidisciplinary dialogue, advance global knowledge and provide guidance to the field.

The curation of both supplements was led by the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3).

Welcome and Opening Remarks:

  • Dr. David Celentano, Director, Johns Hopkins CFAR Prevention Core, Chair, Department of Epidemiology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • Lynn Van Lith, MPA, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
  • Kim Ahanda, MPH and Emily Harris, MA, USAID


Articles/Presenters:

A framework for health communication across the HIV treatment continuum

Stella Babalola, PhD
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs [Full bio]

Effective interpersonal health communication for linkage to care following HIV diagnosis in South Africa

Chris J. Hoffmann, MD, MPH
Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health [Full bio]

Feasibility and acceptability of health communication interventions within a combination intervention strategy for improving linkage and retention in HIV care in Mozambique

Roberta Sutton, MPH
Strategic Information Specialist, ICAP Columbia University
[Full bio]

Project Shikamana: Baseline findings from a community empowerment based combination HIV prevention trial among female sex workers in Iringa, Tanzania

Deanna L. Kerrigan, PhD
Co-Director, CFAR Prevention Core, Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health [Full bio]

Image credit: Credit: Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation–Malawi / Robbie Flick

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