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Drawing on the experience and knowledge of leading experts in HIV measurement and surveillance, and considering each of the 90 90 90 targets, the symposium will address the potential for using routine patient-level data to monitor the health sector response to HIV. The session is targeted towards persons interested in applying innovative methods to existing patient-level data to provide timely information on key outcomes. Participants will develop an understanding of how to introduce and utilise scalable and sustainable HIV case-based surveillance, to assess the effectiveness of interventions along the cascade of treatment and care, and to estimate the overall burden of HIV-associated mortality. The session will include five or six 15 minute highly focused and co-ordinated presentations from leading experts. These sessions will be followed by a 30 minute panel discussion focusing on identifying best methods for measuring and monitoring HIV epidemics in sub-Saharan Africa.

14:45
MOSA3601
Welcome and aims of the session
George Rutherford, University of California, San Francisco, United States
14:55
MOSA3602
The MeSH Consortium: optimizing the use of routine HIV data
Brian Rice, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom
Slides
15:05
MOSA3603
Measuring progress against 90-90-90 targets in Zambia using routine data collected by community health workers
Kwame Shanaube, ZAMBART Project, Zambia
Slides
15:20
MOSA3604
Extrapolation and triangulation of data from key population surveys and programmes
Jessie Edwards, United States
Slides
15:35
MOSA3605
Pathway from PMS to CBS in Tanzania
Jim Todd, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, United Republic of Tanzania
Slides
15:50
MOSA3606
Monitoring mortality within ART programmes
Matthias Egger, University of Bern, Switzerland
Slides
16:05
MOSA3607
HIV care continuum in Rwanda
James Forrest, Precision Global Health, Canada
Slides
16:20
MOSA3608
Discussion and next steps