Meg Doherty, World Health Organization

World Health Organization Coordinator of Treatment and Care in the Department of HIV/AIDS at the World Health Organization (WHO)

Presenter Of 18 Presentations

Non-Commercial Satellite

Welcome from the Co-chairs

Organizer
International AIDS Society; World Health Organization
Room
Satellite Channel 4
Non-Commercial Satellite

Live discussion: Building back better

Major industry sponsor satellite

Closing Remarks

Organizer
ViiV Healthcare; The Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS
Room
Satellite Channel 1
Non-Commercial Satellite

Introduction and overview of WHO diagnostics, treatment and care priorities

Non-Commercial Satellite

The global impact of COVID-19 on essential health services including HIV, tuberculosis, hepatitis, and sexually transmitted infections

Non-Commercial Satellite

WHO reaction

Organizer
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Georgetown University
Room
Satellite Channel 4
Non-Commercial Satellite

Conclusions

Non-Commercial Satellite

Summary of meeting by Co-chairs

Organizer
International AIDS Society; World Health Organization
Room
Satellite Channel 4
Pre-Conference

Lost Time: Recovering from COVID-19's Impact on the Global HIV Response

Commercial Satellite

The importance of HIV testing integration in a post COVID-19 world

Non-Commercial Satellite

Live discussion: introductions

Pre-Conference

What we know about HIV and COVID-19

Organizer
USAID, IAS, STOP TB Partnership
Room
Pre-Conference Channel 2
Non-Commercial Satellite

Introduction: the opportunities and challenges of ensuring a broader health focus for key populations

Moderator Of 3 Sessions

Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
International AIDS Society; World Health Organization
Room
Satellite Channel 4
Date
Sat, Jul 4, 2020
Time
08:00 AM - 09:00 AM
Session Description
The session aims to highlight the latest data, innovations and examples of good practice in relation to HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), taking into consideration the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
World Health Organization
Room
Satellite Channel 2
Date
Mon, Jul 6, 2020
Time
09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Session Description
While HIV responses worldwide urgently need to revitalize their focus on the HIV prevention, diagnosis and treatment needs of key populations, the broader health needs of key populations also need to be recognized and addressed. Key population health needs extend to ensuring access to appropriate services for viral hepatitis and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) along with a broader package that includes mental health, transition care, substance use and sexual and reproductive health services. This session will explore new and emerging World Health Organization recommendations related to key populations across HIV, viral hepatitis, STIs and broader health. It will discuss the latest evidence and programmatic examples of providing person centered services to key populations in different settings through integrated services, service delivery, programming and funding that harnesses the synergies between the three diseases as well as broader health.
Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
World Health Organization
Room
Satellite Channel 2
Date
Mon, Jul 6, 2020
Time
07:30 AM - 08:30 AM
Session Description
This session will highlight progress towards a 2020 update of key elements of consolidated WHO guidance on HIV diagnostics, treatment and care. It will explore new evidence and policy directions related to emerging ARV toxicities; new guidelines on the diagnosis and management of Histoplasmosis among people living with HIV, non-communicable diseases and HIV integration, developments in pediatric and adolescents treatment; and viral load testing frequency and thresholds and early infant diagnosis. The session will invite diverse stakeholders to explore the urgency and challenges of adopting HIV treatment guidance, and expanding access to reliable viral load testing, in an increasingly complex context.

Presenter Of 2 Presentations

Pre-Conference USAID, IAS, STOP TB Partnership

What we know about HIV and COVID-19

Duration
15 Minutes
Room
Pre-Conference Channel 2
Organizer
USAID, IAS, STOP TB Partnership
Pre-Conference Title
Turning threats into opportunities: implementing and advancing quality TB services for people living with HIV during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond
Pre-Conference International Association of providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC)

Lost Time: Recovering from COVID-19's Impact on the Global HIV Response

Duration
45 Minutes
Room
Pre-Conference Channel 2
Organizer
International Association of providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC)
Pre-Conference Title
2020 90-90-90 Targets Update

Presenter Of 19 Presentations

Non-Commercial Satellite

Introduction and overview of WHO diagnostics, treatment and care priorities

Non-Commercial Satellite

The global impact of COVID-19 on essential health services including HIV, tuberculosis, hepatitis, and sexually transmitted infections

Non-Commercial Satellite

WHO reaction

Organizer
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Georgetown University
Room
Satellite Channel 4
Non-Commercial Satellite

Conclusions

Non-Commercial Satellite

Summary of meeting by Co-chairs

Organizer
International AIDS Society; World Health Organization
Room
Satellite Channel 4
Non-Commercial Satellite

The global impact of COVID-19 on essential health services including HIV, tuberculosis, hepatitis, and sexually transmitted infections

Commercial Satellite

The importance of HIV testing integration in a post COVID-19 world

Non-Commercial Satellite

Live discussion: introductions

Pre-Conference

Lost Time: Recovering from COVID-19's Impact on the Global HIV Response

Pre-Conference

What we know about HIV and COVID-19

Organizer
USAID, IAS, STOP TB Partnership
Room
Pre-Conference Channel 2
Non-Commercial Satellite

Introduction: the opportunities and challenges of ensuring a broader health focus for key populations

Non-Commercial Satellite

Welcome from the Co-chairs

Organizer
International AIDS Society; World Health Organization
Room
Satellite Channel 4
Non-Commercial Satellite

Live discussion: Building back better

Major industry sponsor satellite

Closing Remarks

Organizer
ViiV Healthcare; The Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS
Room
Satellite Channel 1

Moderator Of 3 Sessions

Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
International AIDS Society; World Health Organization
Room
Satellite Channel 4
Session Description
The session aims to highlight the latest data, innovations and examples of good practice in relation to HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), taking into consideration the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
World Health Organization
Room
Satellite Channel 2
Session Description
While HIV responses worldwide urgently need to revitalize their focus on the HIV prevention, diagnosis and treatment needs of key populations, the broader health needs of key populations also need to be recognized and addressed. Key population health needs extend to ensuring access to appropriate services for viral hepatitis and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) along with a broader package that includes mental health, transition care, substance use and sexual and reproductive health services. This session will explore new and emerging World Health Organization recommendations related to key populations across HIV, viral hepatitis, STIs and broader health. It will discuss the latest evidence and programmatic examples of providing person centered services to key populations in different settings through integrated services, service delivery, programming and funding that harnesses the synergies between the three diseases as well as broader health.
Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
World Health Organization
Room
Satellite Channel 2
Session Description
This session will highlight progress towards a 2020 update of key elements of consolidated WHO guidance on HIV diagnostics, treatment and care. It will explore new evidence and policy directions related to emerging ARV toxicities; new guidelines on the diagnosis and management of Histoplasmosis among people living with HIV, non-communicable diseases and HIV integration, developments in pediatric and adolescents treatment; and viral load testing frequency and thresholds and early infant diagnosis. The session will invite diverse stakeholders to explore the urgency and challenges of adopting HIV treatment guidance, and expanding access to reliable viral load testing, in an increasingly complex context.