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A recent qualitative study identified factors that influence guideline compliance to the Dutch HIV treatment guidelines for laboratory testing in outpatient HIV care in the Netherlands. Evidence-based HIV care guidelines outline recommendations for health care providers to guide the clinical management of patients living with HIV....

Members of TBnet are starting 2019 full-steam ahead. The 650-member European network organization published an editorial in the European Respiratory Journal outlining ambitious goals to improve care and treatment for people with tuberculosis (TB). TB is the ninth leading cause of death worldwide and the leading...

The Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development is pleased to share that prof. Peter Reiss has been nominated for Amsterdammer of the Year. Organized by the Amsterdammer of the Year Foundation, the annual award recognizes citizens who have made an outstanding contribution to the city...

On behalf of the entire team at AIGHD, we thank all of our collaborators, partners and colleagues for your ongoing commitment to global health and development. We look forward to continuing to work with you to realize our vision of 'access to high quality health care...

A unique pilot project demonstrated remote monitoring in Sub-Saharan Africa may be an effective approach to helping patients better manage their high blood pressure. The OMRON Healthcare project piloted a care model in Nigeria where remote monitoring was implemented and tested for patients with high blood...

The Aids Therapy Evaluation in the Netherlands cohort (ATHENA) is celebrating an important milestone: its 20th anniversary. The cohort started in 1998 as a three-year project and has undergone two decades of developments that have had significant impact for those involved including  people living with HIV, HIV...

A research project which analyses how policies can improve student learning in Indonesia has reached an important milestone: the first working paper has been published. The Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Indonesia research project focuses on how teacher reforms can improve learning in a...

The Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development, Health[e]Foundation and the Amsterdam UMC are pleased to host a global health symposium focused on vaccinations. Registration is free and open until December 10. After clean water, vaccination is the most effective public health intervention in the world that saves...