Health system capacity to report on indicators fostering integrated person-centred HIV care
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03 April 2019

Health system capacity to report on indicators fostering integrated person-centred HIV care

HIV Outcomes co-chair Jeffrey Lazarus (ISGlobal, Hospital Clínic, University of Barcelona) attended the International Conference on Integrated Care in San Sebastian (1-3 April) to present research on health system capacity to report on indicators fostering integrated person-centred care.

Findings from six European countries – Estonia, Italy, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Sweden and Turkey – show that collectively, countries have prominent monitoring gaps across key domains of HIV care, including psychosocial services, comorbidities and discrimination within health systems. HIV Outcomes suggests collecting data from further countries to provide evidence to guide decisionmaking about which indicators should be included in national and regional HIV monitoring throughout Europe. Download the abstract for further information.

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