The Southern African Journal of HIV Medicine is focused on HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention and related topics relevant to clinical and public health practice. The purpose of the journal is to disseminate original research results and to support high-level learning related to HIV Medicine. It publishes original research articles, editorials, case reports/case series, reviews of state-of-the-art clinical practice, and correspondence.
Since 2010, the Southern African HIV Clinicians Society has produced a magazine specifically for nurses working in HIV; HIV Nursing Matters. The magazine is led by an Editorial Advisory Board, and serves as a resource for nurses in the region providing HIV services, including the initiation and management of antiretroviral treatment.
The 2017 Stop Stockouts Project Survey Report was compiled with information from patients, healthcare workers and sentinel surveyors to map the level of stock outs of essential medications in the government sector. The data in the reports helps to identify and understand the root causes of drug shortages, in order to encourage co-ordinated action from provincial and national health authorities.
STOP STOCKOUTS, 4TH NATIONAL SURVEY REPORT (2017): THE FRAGILE SYSTEM - download here
Advanced Clinical HIV Management Online Course for doctors.
Course focus areas: Principles of ART • Diagnosing HIV • Prevention • ART • Reproductive Health • Paediatrics • Other Special Populations • Organ Systems • Comorbidities and Ageing • TB • Advanced Disease • Programmatic Evaluation.
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