Euphemia Sibanda MSc PhD
UNAIDS have set global HIV treatment targets termed 90-90-90 which require that by 2020, 90% of people living with HIV are diagnosed, of whom 90% are on treatment and 90% of those on treatment are virally suppressed. The lecture will review progress in the attainment of the second and third 90 goals, including the successes and challenges.
Euphemia Sibanda is an epidemiologist who conducts implementation science research aimed at improving uptake of interventions along the HIV continuum of care. She works in Zimbabwe where she has more than 10 years’ experience conducting research in the fields of HIV and sexual and reproductive health. She is also an honorary research fellow at LSTM.
This seminar will be live-streamed via http://bit.ly/LSTM-Sem-ES
A recording of the seminar will be made available on the LSTM website the following day