This document was developed by ICAP as a template to be adapted for use in various country contexts, according to local guidelines and context. This area is evolving rapidly, and the document was updated in July 2016 to reflect the latest WHO guidance.
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ICAP develops custom tools and curricula that aim to enhance the skills of individuals at all levels of the health management team, from peer educators and counselors to clinicians and lab workers. Many of our resources are developed in partnership with in-country partners and can be customized for a range of settings.
With a long-standing track record of technical expertise and research excellence, ICAP staff also contributes to current and emerging scientific studies in clinical, epidemiological, behavioral, health systems, and implementation science disciplines. Findings from ICAP’s research have helped shape national and international guidelines on the treatment of HIV, tuberculosis, malaria, and other related health issues.