WHO Prequalification of Diagnostics Programme
The WHO prequalification of diagnostics programme aims to increase access to affordable diagnostic technologies of assured quality that are appropriate for use in resource limited settings. The programme provides Member States, UN agencies and other partners with technical information and advice on the quality of currently available HIV/AIDS, malaria and hepatitis B and C test kits and technologies.
Prequalification of diagnostics is a prerequisite for UN procurement ensuring that public monies are spent in a cost effective manner, on quality diagnostics.
Overview of prequalification of diagnostics
- WHO list of prequalified diagnostic products
- Disclaimer for WHO list of prequalified diagnostic products
- Status of applications to the prequalification of diagnostics programme
- Complaints and Products Alerts
Newsletter - Updates
Circonstances et modalités d’utilisation des tests d’infection récente pour estimer l’incidence de l’infection à HIV au niveau d’une population.
When and how to use assays for recent infection to estimate HIV incidence at a population level
HIV Rapid Assays: Operational Characteristics Report 16
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- WHO Prequalification of Medicines, Diagnostics and Vaccines: 6th Consultative Meeting with Stakeholders, 4-5 April 2011
- WHO Technical Working Group Meeting on CD 4 Technologies,17 -19 November 2009
- WHO Technical Working Group Meeting on Prequalification of HIV Virological Technologies, 21-23 September 2009
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