Resource Spotlight: No Excuse: Reducing Pressure on HIV Services By Task-Shifting

Task shifting for HIV services
Task shifting for HIV services

In Malawi, Doctors without Borders is working with the local health system to shift responsibilities from doctors to nurses and lay workers in order to reduce pressure on qualified health staff. This video, part of a 5-clip series, demonstrates tools and models that could help make improved treatment accessible to many more. [from publisher]

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The HRH Global Resource Center has other resources on this topic including:

  • Task Shifting to Optimise the Roles of Health Workers to Improve the Delivery of Maternal and Child Healthcare
  • Health Workforce Skill Mix and Task Shifting in Low Income Countries: a Review of Recent Evidence
  • Creating an Enabling Environment for Task Shifting in HIV and AIDS Services: Recommendations Based on Two African Case Studies
  • For additional resources on this topic, visit the Task Shifting subject category.

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