Florindo M Mudender

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BACKGROUND Many resource-constrained countries now train non-physician clinicians in HIV/AIDS care, a strategy known as 'task-shifting.' There is as yet no evidence-based international standard for training these cadres. In 2007, the Mozambican Ministry of Health (MOH) conducted a nationwide evaluation of the quality of care delivered by non-physician(More)
INTRODUCTION In Mozambique, clinical staging may be the primary determinant of HIV/AIDS treatment decisions, and the task of staging commonly falls to nonphysician clinicians (técnicos de medicina). Two years after the first Mozambican técnicos were trained in HIV/AIDS care, the quality of their performance in clinical staging was unknown. METHODS Expert(More)
In accordance with global HIV/AIDS goals, Mozambique is attempting to improve management of antiretroviral treatment failure (TF). We sought to determine whether the utilization of a national HIV/AIDS clinician telephone consultation service increased recognition and reporting of TF. In a retrospective analysis of routinely collected program data from(More)
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