Vom Wissen zur Wirkung
SolidarMed legt grossen Wert auf die Wirkung seiner Programme. Daher fliessen aktuellste wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse aus dem Bereich der globalen Gesundheit in Projekte für unsere Begünstigten. Dank gezielter Qualitätskontrolle werden Behandlungen stetig verbessert.
Zusammen mit akademischen Partnern trägt SolidarMed auch zum wissenschaftlichen Austausch bei. Die schematische Darstellung zeigt die Bemühungen von SolidarMed im Bereich HIV/Aids über die letzten 10 Jahre.
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Alain Amstutz et al.(2018): SESOTHO trial (“Switch Either near Suppression Or THOusand”) – switch to second-line versus WHO-guided standard of care for unsuppressed patients on firstline ART with viremia below 1000 copies/ mL: protocol of a multicenter, parallelgroup, open-label, randomized clinical trial in Lesotho, Southern Africa, BMC Infectious Diseases.
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Klea Panayidou et al. (2018): Global temporal changes in the proportion of children with advanced disease at the start of combination antiretroviral therapy in an era of changing criteria for treatment initiation, Journal of the International AIDS Society.
Priscilla R Tsondai et al. (2020): Characterizing the double-sided cascade of care for adolescents living with HIV transitioning to adulthood across Southern Africa, Journal of the International AIDS Society.