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WHO and HHS/CDC Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT) Generic Training Package Components
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pdf file (Russian, 7449.9 kb) Presentation Booklet 
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pdf file (Russian, 164.9 kb) Corrigendum 
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pdf file (Russian, 288.3 kb) Introduction to Russian version 
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pdf file (Russian, 3601.7 kb) Participant Manual 
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pdf file (Russian, 1149.4 kb) Complete PMTCT Training Programme and Course Director Guide 
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pdf file (Russian, 1261.7 kb) PMTCT Pocket Guide 
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pdf file (Russian, 4317.5 kb) Trainer Manual 
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pdf file (Russian, 516.1 kb) PMTCT Wall Charts 
Link to document(s)
Developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in partnership with the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) and JHPIEGO at Johns Hopkins University.
Document type: 
English, Russian
Original language of document: 
Publication date:
Primary area(s) of focus: 
HIV/AIDS, Prevention of Mother-to-child Transmission
Submited by:
Victor Stanilevskiy
Material written specifically for patients: 
Date of entry:
June 21, 2006

This is a comprehensive, evidence-based course for the prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission (PMTCT) and was written for implementation in resource-constrained settings. The package provides a context for reviewing existing materials (policies, procedures, and curricula) in light of current science and evidence-based practice. It also provides a framework for updating existing policy, developing materials where needed, and considering the implications of implementing PMTCT services in a range of clinical settings. The process of adapting the curriculum for country use facilitates stakeholder input. This curriculum also provides a mechanism for developing and sustaining human capacity building for PMTCT programmes.

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