Implementation science in HIV
We are a diverse group of researchers, policy makers, community organisations, advocates, and other stakeholders who are focused on examining and addressing gaps in the HIV care continuum by:
Determining which interventions work where, and how they can be replicated in new areas or contexts
Supporting the use of evidence-based interventions in real-world settings to shape policy and practices that will improve long-term outcomes for people living with HIV (PLHIV)
Enable greater efficiencies and sustainability for healthcare systems.
We facilitate implementation science research in HIV
We support a growing network of implementation science researchers and implementers who are working towards UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets. By fostering and utilising high-quality implementation science research in HIV, we are working to close the gaps between evidence, policy and practice.
The HIV care continuum
Partner with us
ViiV Healthcare is committed to improving the lives of people living with HIV.
We support a growing community of individuals who are interested in examining current HIV care practices, challenging the status quo, and shaping health policy and practices that can lead to an HIV-free future.
ViiV Healthcare’s commitment to implementation science
Dr Le Fevre Medical Director at ViiV Healthcare:
“Only with effective strategies that really address the challenges of delivering care and management in a real-world setting can we achieve the goal of an HIV-free future.”
POSTER at 1st King’s College London on Implementation Science July 2017
Dr Joe Cox
Lost & Found is a pilot study evaluating implementation of a nurse-led intervention to re-engage loss to follow-up patients into HIV care. It takes place at the Chronic Viral Illness Service, McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, Canada.
Network Meeting at IAS 2017
Outcomes from the inaugural meeting
Bridging the gap between research, policy and practice
Read and listen to the highlights
Accelerating towards 90-90-90 targets
UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets state that by 2020, 90% of all people living with HIV will know their status; 90% of all people diagnosed will be receiving sustained antiretroviral therapy; and 90% of all people receiving antiretroviral therapy will have achieved viral suppression.
Through implementation science, we can examine the gaps, issues and areas of need that at present hinder the achievement of these targets in local and global contexts.