Sofia Gruskin, director of the USC Institute for Global Health and Program on Global Health & Human Rights (GHHR), and Laura Ferguson, GHHR associate director, weighed in from the meeting with the journal Reproductive Health Matters:
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— Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters (@SRHMJournal) July 27, 2018
The Urgency of Eliminating Stigma in Health Settings
Laura Ferguson presented on eliminating discrimination and stigma in health care settings. See the visual representation of her talk:
She also presented on the baseline and endline evaluation highlights of the Global Fund project Regional HIV Grant for Removing Legal Barriers to Access.
The AIDS conference 2018: a critical moment
In a Reproductive Health Matters editorial, Sofia Gruskin and Julia Hussein, the journal’s editor-in-chief, note the tenor changes of the AIDS Conference since its inception in 1986.
A Renewed Call to Action on SRHR–HIV Linkages
Linking sexual and reproductive health (SRHR) and rights to HIV is an important strategy for reaching United Nations Sustainable Development Goal No. 3: “Good health and wellbeing,” and associated Target 3.8: “Achieving universal health coverage,” particularly for young people, and people living with and affected by HIV.
A call to action also launched at AIDS 2018, asking the global community to take 10 actions urgently needed to advance both SRHR and HIV prevention, treatment and care. A satellite symposium convened a panel, including Laura Ferguson as a discussant, to examine current progress in this space, looking at community engagement, policy coordination, systems strengthening and service delivery aspects.
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