DUC HIV Treatment Continuity Gap: Palladium Kenya

DUC HIV Treatment Continuity Gap: Palladium Kenya
Thursday – October 12
8-9:30 am EST | 12-1:30 pm UTC | 1-2:30 pm WAT | 2-3:30 pm SAST | 3-4:30 pm EAT

Join this Data Use Community (DUC) meeting to discuss how teams are using data/technology to support individuals currently within a HIV treatment continuity gap to return to services, including activities such as targeted counseling and/or training on prevention and wellness to address patient missed appointments. Community members from Palladium Kenya will share their current efforts and we invite others to join the discussion.

Immediately following the 60 minute Community presentation, there will be a 30 minute workshop to discuss the Technology Intervention Framework (TIF). Last month we kickstarted a series of 30 minute workshops, with an introduction and overview on the TIF. This month we will be discussing the different technical attributes and capabilities to consider when implementing digital health interventions (DHIs). As implementers and technologists, what do you want to know about DHIs?

With the exponential growth of DHIs for a given health issue, it is becoming increasingly difficult to understand the implementation considerations and impact of these interventions due to a lack of common language. The TIF aims to bring together different pieces using a practice-based approach and shared perspective to better understand the commonalities and differences across DHIs.

By attending these workshops, participants can expect to:

  • Share challenges when assessing the feasibility and impact of DHIs for a given health challenge;
  • Offer feedback on what technical attributes/capabilities would be helpful to document and share; and
  • Contribute to the iterative refinement of the TIF.

How to Join:
Join from computer or mobile: Launch Meeting - Zoom

Meeting ID: 828 2453 9607 Password: 1

I sadly missed out on registering in time - is there any way to access the recording for the meeting held on 12 October?

Yes! You can find all materials & resources (including a recording) for any past DUC calls on this page on the wiki.

Thanks for asking - I hope this helps!