Events

22nd International AIDS Conference

Date(s):
July 23, 2018 to July 27, 2018
Location:
RAI Amsterdam
Amsterdam, NH

The International AIDS Conference is the largest global health gathering in the world. It is the premier conference for those working in the field of HIV, as well as for policy-makers, persons living with HIV, and others who are committed to ending the pandemic through science, advocacy, and policy. IntraHealth International's delegation will present research on sustainable financing, outreach to vulnerable populations, differentiated care, and more.


Our Participation

Pre-Assembly Events

Nursing Pre-conference
Date(s): Sunday, July 22, 9:00am-4:00pm CEST
Location: RAI Amsterdam
Presenter(s): The Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC) is presenting a pre-conference event on "Enhancing Nursing Workforce Capacity to Achieve HIV Epidemic Control and Positive Health Outcomes." IntraHealth is a proud co-sponsor of the event.

Presentations

Geomapping to Enhance Equitable Access
Date(s): Tuesday, July 24, 1:00pm-2:00pm CEST
Location: Room E102
Presenter(s): Kija Nyalali will present on the “Use of geographic information system mapping for scaling-up voluntary medical male circumcision services in Tanzania.”
“What is not Measured is not Managed”—Implementing a Routine Technology-Based Patient Feedback System to Reduce Stigma and Discrimination in Key Population HIV Services in Malawi
Date(s): Tuesday, July 24, 12:30pm-2:30pm CEST
Location: Poster Exhibition area, Hall 1
Presenter(s): Melchiade Ruberintwari (FHI 360) and Kate Stratten
Challenges in Transitioning Donor-Supported Health Workers to Build Resilient Local Capacity for Sustainable Epidemic Control in Uganda
Date(s): Wednesday, July 25, 12:30pm-2:30pm CEST
Location: Poster Exhibition area, Hall 1
Presenter(s): Jennifer Wesson
Increasing Uptake for HIV Testing Services (HTS) Among Key Populations Using Linkage Facilitators
Date(s): Wednesday, July 25, 12:30pm-2:30pm CEST
Location: Poster Exhibition area, Hall 1
Presenter(s): Carol Karutu
National policy on nurse-initiated management of ART supports decentralization of HIV services in Namibia
Date(s): Thursday, July 26, 12:30pm-2:30pm CEST
Location: Poster Exhibition area, Hall 1
Presenter(s): Johnface Fedes Mdala
Partnering with Correctional Authorities to Improve Access to HIV Prevention and Linkage to Antiretroviral Therapy for Prisoners in Zambia
Date(s): Thursday, July 26, 12:30pm-2:30pm CEST
Location: Poster Exhibition area, Hall 1
Presenter(s): Kate Stratten
Increasing the Pool of Health Workers Available for HIV Care and Treatment Services in Kenya Through Sustainable Financing—the Afya Elimu Fund
Date(s): Thursday, July 26, 12:30pm-2:30pm CEST
Location: Poster Exhibition area, Hall 1
Presenter(s): Peter Milo
The Effect of Differentiated Care Interventions on the Workload of Facilities Providing ART in Onandjokwe District in Northern Namibia
Date(s): Thursday, July 26, 12:30pm-2:30pm CEST
Location: Poster Exhibition area, Hall 1
Presenter(s): Johnface Fedes Mdala
Results from a Rapid Health Workforce Assessment of PEPFAR-Supported Facilities in Three Counties in Kenya
Date(s): Thursday, July 26, 12:30pm-2:30pm CEST
Location: Poster Exhibition area, Hall 1
Presenter(s): Peter Milo
Health4All: A Technology-Enabled, Locally Relevant Campaign to Reduce Stigma and Discrimination Against Key Populations
Date(s): Thursday, July 26, 12:30pm-2:30pm CEST
Location: Poster Exhibition area, Hall 1
Presenter(s): Kate Stratten

Participants

Jennifer Wesson

Director - Measurement, Evaluation, & Research

Karen Doll

Senior Technical Manager

Kate Stratten

Director for Southern Africa Programs

Jennifer Bartlett

Senior Business Development Manager

Johnface Fedes Mdala

Clinical Mentorship & QOC Coordinator, Namibia

Caroline Karutu

Chief of Party, USAID RHITES-E

Kija Nyalali

Director of Monitoring and Evaluation, PITC Project

Peter Milo

Team Lead- Health Workforce Training, HRH Kenya

Lindsey Freeze

Brand and Creative Services Manager

Casey Bishopp

Communications and Advocacy Specialist