HIV/AIDS

Programmatic and public health implications of misdiagnosis of HIV

Journal of the International AIDS Society 2017 - Volume 20, Supplement 6

Authors:
Shona Dalal, Cheryl C. Johnson, Miriam Taegtmeyer

Programmatic and public health implications of misdiagnosis of HIV - ournal of the International AIDS Society 2017 - Volume 20, Supplement 6

Publication details

Number of pages: 81
Publication date: 29 August 2017
Languages: English
ISBN: DOI 10.7448

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Contents

  • Editorial: A public health approach to addressing and preventing misdiagnosis in the scale-up of HIV rapid testing programmes
  • To err is human, to correct is public health: a systematic review examining poor quality testing and misdiagnosis of HIV status
  • Understanding low sensitivity of community-based HIV rapid testing: experiences from the HPTN 071 (PopART) trial in Zambia and South Africa
  • Identification of misdiagnosed HIV clients in an Early Access to ART for All implementation study in Swaziland
  • Misdiagnosis of HIV infection during a South African community-based survey: implications for rapid HIV testing
  • False-negative HIV tests using oral fluid tests in children taking antiretroviral therapy from Harare, Zimbabwe
  • Prevalence and outcomes of HIV-1 diagnostic challenges during universal birth testing – an urban South African observational cohort
  • Misdiagnosed HIV infection in pregnant women initiating universal ART in South Africa
  • HIV misdiagnosis in paediatrics: unpacking the complexity
  • HIV point of care diagnosis: preventing misdiagnosis experience from a pilot of rapid test algorithm implementation in selected communes in Vietnam

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