AMPATH leads at Kenya AIDS Conference
AMPATH researchers and executive leadership were highly involved with National AIDS and STI’s Control Programme's (NASCOP) latest conference which was held in Nairobi.
NASCOP spearheads the Kenyan Ministry of Health’s interventions on the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Edith Apondi gave an oral presentation, “Barriers to adherence to ART amongst students living with HIV”
Adrian Gardner presented a clinical case in the session, “Selecting the best ART regimen for each patient” and chaired a session “Treatment failure and resistance”
Edwin Were chaired a plenary session, “Ethics of research, what does this mean?”
Sylvester Kimaiyo presented during the opening ceremony, “Integrating mental health and non-communicable disease with HIV care”
Juddy Wachira presented a poster entitled “Perspectives from school personnel on support for students living with HIV in Kenya”