The HIV clinical case studies contain original patient case studies describing clinical observations related to HIV Care and treatment in resource-limited settings. They provide comprehensive, up-to-date information on HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention, and policy.
The adverse effects of antibiotic overuse and misuse have community wide implications that go beyond the patient and outside of the facility. The primary goal of the Antimicrobial Resistance Program (ARP), (also known as Antibiotic Management Program) is to raise awareness among health care workers about the escalating problem of Antimicrobial Resistance in healthcare and community settings.
The cases are based on real-life experiences of TB clients at the IDI clinic. They are designed to provide skills in problem solving to successfully manage an active TB case as well as latent TB infections. They provide guidance and the necessary reference material to gain experience in TB case management.
'Act Like a Pro' (ALP) is a project funded by the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) as part of the 2018 Next Generation for Biosecurity Competition, in cooperation with the Next Generation Global Health Security Network.
In light of COVID-19 outbreak and the new developments restricting movement to ensure social distancing and reduced transmission, it is important that we continue to build capacity but at the same time maintaining safety of the healthcare workforce.
These cases are designed to capture patient history, symptoms, and the physical findings at examination. However, for a definitive diagnosis to be made, laboratory tests must demonstrate the malaria parasites or their components.These case studies present management of uncomplicated and complicated malaria.
NCDs refer to chronic diseases which last for long periods of time and progress slowly. Sometimes, NCDs result in rapid deaths as seen in certain diseases such as autoimmune diseases, heart diseases, stroke, cancers, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, osteoporosis, Alzheimer's disease, cataracts, and others.
(NTDs) represent the most common infections affecting the world's billion poorest people, causing a number of debilitating health conditions, chronic illnesses and pain, severe disability, disfigurement and malnutrition. They almost exclusively affect people living in conditions of poverty, with poor access to water and sanitation, poor hygiene conditions and weak health systems.