Tuberculosis (TB)

TB/HIV Research Priorities in Resource-Limited Settings
Expert Consultation, WHO, Geneva, 14-15 February 2005


Agenda - Day 1
(morning)

Overall Chair: M. Kazatchkine

Plenary session: Registration and opening ceremony

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08.30-09.00: Registration

09-00-09-30: Introduction to the meeting - Chair
WHO and TDR's perspective - Drs Mario Raviglione, Jim Kim and Robert Ridley

Discussion

Plenary session: Approach to define TB/HIV research priority areas

09.30-09.40: Approach to the TB/HIV research priorities agenda - Fabio Scano

09.40-09.50: Outcome of the HIV/AIDS operational research workshop - Yves Souteyrand

09.50-10.10: Context of this consultation. Where we are and where we are going? - Paul Nunn

10.10-10.55: Discussion

Entry point to the TB/HIV package
Co-chair: Elisabeth Madraa

10.55-11.15: Coffee break

11.15-11.30: HIV testing for TB patients in the context of ART scale up. Barriers to implementation and research priorities - Kevin De Cock

Health system issues
Co-chair: Ritta Dlodlo

11.30-12.00: Discussion

12.00-12.15: Referral system and models for TB programmes to contribute to the delivery of ART? What are the operational research questions? - Gerald Friedland

12.15-12.30: Human resource gap. What can we do and what are the research questions? - Gijs Elzinga

12.30-13.15: Discussion

13.15-14.15: Lunch

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