Provide technical assistance to perform cost estimates, cost-effectiveness and efficiency analysis of health facilities, disease programs and health systems.
Conduct a 22d webinar as part of continuing Medical Education activities, titled “Croi Echoes and More”.
The objective of this project is to carry out a comprehensive evaluation of the effectiveness of Primary Health Care in the widest possible range of morbidity and mortality outcomes in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and Mexico.
Develop a diploma module entitled “The response to HIV: challenges 40 years after its emergence and its impact on other current epidemics and pandemics”.
The objective of this project is to develop a computer system that automates all the processes of reception and delivery of antiretroviral drugs in the pharmacies of the Condesa Specialized Clinics.
The Emory-CDC CTU is comprised of priority areas with well-established programs and histories of conducting NIH-funded clinical research.
We propose an evaluation of adolescent girls’ sexual behaviors and their results that compares Mexican immigrants to their Mexican-American counterparts.
The objective of this study is to demonstrate the efficacy of a primary and booster vaccination regimen for the prevention of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 infection.
This project is a module of the E3Gen study (Multigenerational effects of toxic exposures on life-cycle health and neurocognitive outcomes in ELEMENT birth cohorts).
Identify women who do not attend cervical cancer screening services (hard to access population) in Belgium, Brazil, Ecuador and Portugal and define a strategy to increase their participation.
The main objective of this project is: to produce solid estimates of the economic costs of HIV services for key populations.
The main objective is to carry out the general coordination of the implementation of the project: follow-up of the personnel, follow-up of the activities of the recruitment process of the participants and follow-up of the participants, verification of the strategies to recruit and follow-up of the participants, follow-up of the data collection (questionnaires) for the baseline, follow-up visits of the participants and systematization and preliminary analysis of the information.
The Combined Prevention with Multisectoral Approach project has worked in different states promoting a consistent model that includes training, action, coordination and planning components.