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With fast-track targets to end paediatric and adolescent AIDS by 2030, evidence is needed to inform global policy change and ensure better outcomes for children and adolescents living with HIV. IAS/CIPHER and the WHO Department of HIV have undertaken a global research prioritization process on HIV testing, treatment and service delivery for children and adolescents. Through broad engagement with stakeholders, this process has established a global prioritized research agenda aimed at guiding future research and maximizing available resources. This satellite will launch the research agendas and discuss considerations emerging from the process such as the use of observational data, optimizing clinical trials design, the roles of basic and implementation science, and the role of community engagement, with a focus on the meaningful engagement of youth. The event is of interest to all stakeholders in paediatric and adolescent HIV, including researchers, funders, programmers, policy makers and community members.

08:00
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Welcome and objectives
Linda-Gail Bekker, South Africa
08:10
SUSA0102
Research prioritization process and outcomes
Martina Penazzato, Switzerland
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08:35
SUSA0103
Using observational data to inform policy change
Annette Sohn, Thailand
08:50
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Meaningful engagement of youth: from research prioritization to clinical trials, implementation science and policy development
Carlo André Oliveras Rodriguez, Puerto Rico
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09:05
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Optimizing trial designs to maximise evidence generation
Diana Gibb, United Kingdom
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09:20
SUSA0106
Panel Discussion: The role of implementation science in paediatric and adolescent HIV
Marissa Vicari, Switzerland
Elaine J. Abrams, United States
Alice Armstrong, Switzerland
Shaffiq Essajee, Switzerland
Chewe Luo, United States
Anjuli Wagner, United States
Nicola Willis, Zimbabwe
09:50
SUSA0107
Launch of YouthPower Action’s AIDS supplement on youth, HIV testing, and linkage to treatment
Anjuli Wagner, United States
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09:55
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Closing remarks
Meg Doherty, Switzerland