Key stages of the Universal Test and Treat approach and linkage to care for HIV prevention.
HIV-negative individuals remain in the system and receive further counselling whilst HIV-positive are linked to care where they receive continuous attention and support to achieve viral suppression. Top: weaknesses and threats faced by the approach. Bottom: strengths and opportunities to address the challenges of delivering ART in a variety of contexts building on existing resources and “know-how” and developing new approaches to solve systemic problems.
Download as a PDF: TasP Continuum of Care 1
Treatment for Prevention stands at the epicentre of a number of services. It can only succeed by being part of a whole.
Download as a PDF: TasP Continuum of Care 2