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A panel of Ministries of Health representatives, researchers, modellers and policy makers describe the country level evidence leading to the new WHO HIVDR Global Action Plan (GAP) and recommendations for a public health response. This session also investigates the synergies between the HIVDR GAP and the broader AMR agenda. What can we learn from TB and malaria as the HIVDR action plan and AMR country action plans are implemented? Where are the gaps in science and how can researchers fill these gaps?

16:30
MOSY0702
Results from the Mexico HIVDR survey leading to country and regional responses
Santiago Avila, Mexico
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16:40
MOSY0703
Modelling the cost and cost-effectiveness of responses to HIVDR
Andrew Phillips, United Kingdom
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16:50
MOSY0704
What is the connection between HIVDR and the broader AMR agenda and what is the way forward?
Deenan Pillay, South Africa
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17:00
MOSY0705
What can HIVDR programmes learn from MDR-TB and malaria resistance programmes and what is the way forward?
Magda Robalo, Congo, Republic of the
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17:10
MOSY0706
Round table: what are the science and implementation gaps and where do we go from here?
17:45
MOSY0701
Introduction
Meg Doherty, Switzerland
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17:55
MOSY0707
Closing remarks