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Slides used for the Mapping Pathways Knowledge Exchange Workshop held in Washington, DC on October 8, 9 2013. Visit us at www.mappingpathways.org

Slides used for the Mapping Pathways Knowledge Exchange Workshop held in Washington, DC on October 8, 9 2013. Visit us at www.mappingpathways.org

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    • 1. Knowledge exchange workshop RAND, Washington, DC 8 – 9, October 2013
    • 2. • • • • – – • • • •
    • 3.   
    • 4. PrEP PEP Microbicides Treatment – TLC+ (TasP, T4P, TnT)
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    • 7. • • – – – •
    • 8. • • •
    • 9. Scientific research inputs Couture Ready to wear One size fits all Social and behavioural research inputs
    • 10. Prevention Awareness Early detection Diagnosis Treatment Survivors Couture Personalised view of the future Individual risk profile Genetic sequencing and identification of tumour specific pathways Diagnostics and/or treatment breakthrough Specialisation of services End of life
    • 11. Prevention Awareness Early detection Diagnosis Treatment Ready to wear Group stratified view of the future Group risk profiling Targeted screening and treatment Social media and peer support Community integration of services Survivors End of life
    • 12. Prevention Awareness Early detection Diagnosis Treatment Survivors One size fits all Population view of the future Prevention strategy and centralised regulation Longitudinal studies and behaviour change Behavioural science and public health breakthrough Patient empowerment End of life
    • 13. • Learn from each other • – – – – – – •
    • 14. • – • • • •
    • 15. • – • – – – –
    • 16. Dateline: 2025
    • 17. PrEP PEP Treatment Microbicides
    • 18. • • – • • • Dateline: 2025
    • 19. • • • • Dateline: 2025
    • 20. • • • – • • • • • • Dateline: 2025
    • 21. So now what?
    • 22. If we are to toss AIDS into the dustbin, we must do our best to understand the intersections of scientific discovery and community wisdom, address the truths in both, and move forward with decisions that take into consideration a full, robust interpretation of the evidence base.
    • 23. www.MappingPathways.org

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