Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Hall 4
09h00 – 12h00
Theme: Finding missing TB patients through prioritising key and hard to reach populations

Ms. Lucy Chimoyi Contribution of Key populations to the TB epidemic in SA
Dr. Khanyile Baloyi Business Unusual: Scaling up efforts to find missing TB patients in the mining sector
Ms. Nothemba Kula The Response Framework for achievement of the 90-90-90- targets for TB among Key Populations
Dr. Lindiwe Mvusi Discussion: Action Plan to find missing TB patients among key populations
Prof Harry Hausler Finding missing TB Cases within Correctional Services


Hall 4
12h30 – 15h30

Theme: A Series of case studies to demonstrate the use of tools developed by the National HIV & TB health care worker hotline to improve management of TB/HIV infected patients

Ms. Briony Chisholm


Hall 6
12h30 – 15h30

Theme: PAEDS - TB in children: Old problems and new solutions

Dr. Marieke van der Zalm Paediatric TB within the broader lung health context
Prof. Neil Martinson Using children as canaries - reverse contact tracing in action
Prof. Anneke Hesseling Therapeutic strategies for drug-susceptible and drug-resistant TB in children


Hall 7
12h30 – 15h30

Theme: Overview of Implementation Science and its application to TB Care

Prof. Latifat Ibisomi Overview of Implementation Science
Dr. Sani Muhammad Implementation Fidelity of Management Guidelines for Hearing Loss Resulting from Treatment of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Kano, Nigeria
Mr. Thabang Wellington Barriers to and Facilitators of the Collection of Information by Community Health Workers for Tuberculosis Contact Tracing in Ekurhuleni, Johannesburg, South Africa
Mr. Elvis Wambiya Acceptability of Isoniazid Preventive Therapy among Health Care Providers in Selected HIV Clinics in Nairobi County, Kenya


Hall 1
16h00 – 18h30

Theme: Opening Plenary

Dr. Margot Uys Opening & Welcome Address
Prof. Keertan DhedaClosing the diagnostic gap and fi nding the missing cases: Old questions and new approaches



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