Dr Musaed Abrahams weighs in on the new WHO ‘Test and Treat’ guidelines & the importance of ARV adherence, and how technology can support patients & nurses.
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A team from Cornell Tech are developing an mHealth app to help health workers in Lesotho keep track of samples being delivered by Riders for Health.
Professor Abel Pienaar explains why South Africa needs to address the skills shortage and the resulting casualisation of nurses.
IBM's World Community Grid and scientists are launching an international study to identify drug candidates to cure Zika.
The Health Minister says HIV patients will start antiretroviral therapy (ART) as soon as they are diagnosed, regardless of their of their CD4 cell count.
Gauteng-based medical refrigeration company, Zero Medical, has developed vaccine refrigerators that can operate without electricity for up to 17 days.
The WHO mHealth Technical Evidence Review Group (mTERG) has released an mHealth research checklist to improve the reporting of mHealth interventions.
Pfizer and IBM are developing innovative remote monitoring solutions aimed at transforming how clinicians deliver care to Parkinson’s disease patients.
The WHO Zika App has been released as an electronic medical reference guide intended especially for healthcare workers.
The University of Nottingham is launching a new study to address TB, supported by IBM World Community Grid.
The Brazilian health ministry has announced the launch of a smartphone app that will track the spread of the Zika virus during the 2016 Olympic Games.