INTEREST workshop, Yaounde Cameroon

Treatment Optimisation Community Meeting

Date: 2nd May 2016

Venue: Bette Room, Hilton Hotel Yaoundé, Cameroon

1 day training and advocacy meeting before 10th INTEREST Workshop
Facilitators: Polly Clayden and Kenly Sikwese


8.00–8.30 Arrival and coffee
8.30–9.00 Aims of the day and introductions – Polly Clayden, i-Base
9.00–10.00 Background to ART optimisation – Andrew Hill, University of Liverpool
10.00–10.30 Break
10.30–11.30 What’s new in the 2015 WHO guidelines – Kenly Sikwese, AfroCAB
11.30–12.30 Where are the evidence gaps? New drugs and new trials – Francois Venter, Wits RHI
12.30–2.00 Lunch
2.00–3.00 Current HIV treatment by country – All participants
3.00–4.00 Role of the community: how we can increase demand and support research, policy-making and implementation of new recommendations – Kenly Sikwese, Polly Clayden and all participants
4.00–4.30 Break
4.30–5.30 Next steps
6.00 Community reception

Presentations from this meeting

Treating 35 million people with ART – where are we? – part 1

Treating 35 million people with ART – where are we? part 2


Published: October 19, 2016
Last edited: September 26, 2017