XIX International AIDS Conference


WEWS14 Information and Communication Technologies, Social Media and M-Health for Care Treatment and Comprehensive Management of HIV
  Scientific Skills Development
Venue: Mini Room 6
Time: 25.07.2012, 14:30 - 18:00
Language:           English

Level:                  Advanced

Target audience: Physician, Nurse, Community health worker

Seating limits:    50
Co-Facilitators: Ishdeep Kohli, India
Jagdish Harsh, India
 
 
Jodhpur School of Public Health (JSPH) and partners will provide healthcare workers with an understanding of online communities, their impact on HIV clinical management and use of social media as a tool. Information and communication technologies including mobile health will be presented in HIV patient care. Clinicians will understand how to use social media tools to gain access to target audiences including PLHIV, their support groups, as well as monitor and gauge responses from the target audience. The HIV/AIDS Distance Learning Clinical Seminar Series will be presented. The series is an internet-based interactive training session that provides HIV clinicians with limited opportunities for continuing education. This workshop will help clinicians and health care workers learn how these tools can influence knowledge and attitudes and rapidly disseminate cutting edge research and evidence-informed management approaches. Participants will become part of the Global Social Media Network for the HIV Response.

14:30
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Welcome


I. Kohli, India

14:40
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Introduction and JNU film


K. Mehta, India

14:50
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HIV - social media: World Bank


D. Wilson, United States

15:00
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Powerpoint
HIV global response - HRSA role


B. Aranda-Naranjo, United States
J. Morales, United States

15:10
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India's twenty years of success


J. Rao, India

15:40
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Rethinking functional management and outreach of HIV treatment and prevention with social media and mobile (interactive session with audience)


J. Harsh, India

15:50
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HIV and social media: NACO - India


B. Rewari, India

16:00
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Powerpoint
HIV care and treatment: benefits of electronic medical records


P. Kanki, United States

16:10
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Powerpoint
Improving quality of HIV care through distance learning seminars: experience in India


M. Guruswamy, India

16:20
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Powerpoint
E-atlas of HIV services: integration of web 2.0 tools


S. Beaumont, United Kingdom

16:30
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Powerpoint
Secure, confidential online counseling delivered through teleconsulting over multiple platforms, including M-Health for the care treatment and comprehensive management of HIV


K. Sankla, United Kingdom

16:40
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Powerpoint
Using the internet for distance learning in a developing country


D. Colby, Vietnam

16:50
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Powerpoint
Improving community reach through mobile technologies - the PCI experience


K. Yeboah, United States

16:55
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Powerpoint
Using star pwer and media partnerships to bring about behavior change: a strategic approach to engaging celebrities and media partners as societal leaders for effective HIV communication


R. Wadia, India

17:00
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Powerpoint
Using ICTs and Mobile Technologies - the Twinning Center Experience in Africa


S. Nyareza, South Africa

17:10
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Powerpoint
Through positive eyes


D. Gere, United States

17:20
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Powerpoint
Strengthening the response to HIV - virtual learning from Aastha, India


S. Gaikwad, India

17:30
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Powerpoint
Mobile health - JSI Experience


M. Mwencha, United States

17:35
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Powerpoint
Clinician-targeted mobile technologies for HIV care: USAID-AMPATH experience


M. Were, United States

17:40
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Powerpoint
HIV in Bihar and the role and use of communication technologies in disease control measures


D. Tejaswi, India

17:55
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Questions and answers



18:00
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Closing remarks


J. Harsh, India

Powerpoints presentations
HIV global response - HRSA role -

HIV care and treatment: benefits of electronic medical records - Phyllis Jean Kanki

Improving quality of HIV care through distance learning seminars: experience in India - Manohara Guruswamy
Improving quality of HIV care through distance learning seminars: experience in India - Manohara Guruswamy
Improving quality of HIV care through distance learning seminars: experience in India - Manohara Guruswamy
Improving quality of HIV care through distance learning seminars: experience in India - Manohara Guruswamy
Improving quality of HIV care through distance learning seminars: experience in India - Manohara Guruswamy
Improving quality of HIV care through distance learning seminars: experience in India - Manohara Guruswamy
Improving quality of HIV care through distance learning seminars: experience in India - Manohara Guruswamy
Improving quality of HIV care through distance learning seminars: experience in India - Manohara Guruswamy
Improving quality of HIV care through distance learning seminars: experience in India - Manohara Guruswamy
Improving quality of HIV care through distance learning seminars: experience in India - Manohara Guruswamy
Improving quality of HIV care through distance learning seminars: experience in India - Manohara Guruswamy

E-atlas of HIV services: integration of web 2.0 tools - Sylvie Beaumont

Secure, confidential online counseling delivered through teleconsulting over multiple platforms, including M-Health for the care treatment and comprehensive management of HIV - Kishore Kumar Sankla

Using the internet for distance learning in a developing country - Donn Colby

Improving community reach through mobile technologies - the PCI experience - Kwaku Yeboah

Using star pwer and media partnerships to bring about behavior change: a strategic approach to engaging celebrities and media partners as societal leaders for effective HIV communication - Roy Wadia
Using star pwer and media partnerships to bring about behavior change: a strategic approach to engaging celebrities and media partners as societal leaders for effective HIV communication - Roy Wadia
Using star pwer and media partnerships to bring about behavior change: a strategic approach to engaging celebrities and media partners as societal leaders for effective HIV communication - Roy Wadia
Using star pwer and media partnerships to bring about behavior change: a strategic approach to engaging celebrities and media partners as societal leaders for effective HIV communication - Roy Wadia
Using star pwer and media partnerships to bring about behavior change: a strategic approach to engaging celebrities and media partners as societal leaders for effective HIV communication - Roy Wadia
Using star pwer and media partnerships to bring about behavior change: a strategic approach to engaging celebrities and media partners as societal leaders for effective HIV communication - Roy Wadia

Using ICTs and Mobile Technologies - the Twinning Center Experience in Africa - Sailas Nyareza

Through positive eyes - David Gere
Through positive eyes - David Gere

Strengthening the response to HIV - virtual learning from Aastha, India - Sanjeevsingh Gaikwad

Mobile health - JSI Experience - Marasi Mwencha

Clinician-targeted mobile technologies for HIV care: USAID-AMPATH experience - Martin Were

HIV in Bihar and the role and use of communication technologies in disease control measures - Diwakar Tejaswi



   

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