The VUMC/FGH team presented results from various program evaluation projects at the INTEREST 2020 virtual conference in December. The team presented on five abstracts, including two mini-oral presentations, represented by FGH’s Evaluations Director, Caroline De Schacht, and Technical Director, José Tique.
As the conference abstracts/presentations are now available online in the Academic Medical Education (AME) platform, links are provided here for your reviewing and sharing:
- For Each Hour a Patient Living with HIV Spends in the Health Facility, the Probability of Being Retained in Care Decreases: Results from a Patients’ Satisfaction Survey in Mozambique
- Positive Effects of Intensified Preventive Calls/Home Visits on Early Retention Among Adults Newly Initiated on Antiretroviral Therapy in Zambézia Province, Mozambique
- Immunodeficiency Among HIV-positive Children in the Setting of Evolving Antiretroviral Therapy Initiation Policies: 6 Years of Pediatric CD4 Data from Zambézia Province, Mozambique
- Interpersonal Patient Satisfaction Factors More Strongly Correlated with Retention in Care than Structural Factors Among Adults Receiving HIV Services in Rural Mozambique
- Evidence of a Quality Improvement-Guided Intervention to Improve the Availability of Viral Load Results Among Pregnant and Lactating Women Receiving Care at a Large HIV Clinic in Rural Zambézia, Mozambique (note: e-poster not available)