People living with HIV
The goal of the ITREMA project is to optimize the management of people living with HIV. In order to achieve this, it is of vital importance to inform people living with HIV of the knowledge generated within the project, as well as to engage with people living with HIV on the effects that the interventions studied in the ITREMA project may have on people receiving ART.
In order to achieve these goals, an interactive event will be held to report study outcomes to key stakeholders representing the broader community in which the ITREMA trial is embedded. Participants will also be invited, as the project depends on their voluntary support and engagement.
A report of the stakeholder event, as well as other documentation relevant to people living with HIV, will be placed on this page as the project progresses.
The ITREMA project is funded bij ZonMw and supported by the African HIV Care & Cure (AHC²) Foundation and the Aidsfonds. ITREMA is a collaboration between investigators from the University Medical Center Utrecht (UMCU), Utrecht University, Radboud University Medical Center Nijmegen, the University of the Witwatersrand (Johannesburg, South Africa) and Ndlovu Care Group (NCG, Limpopo, South Africa).
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3584 CX Utrecht, The Netherlands
University Medical Centre Utrecht, Department of Medical Microbiology