Child and Adolescent HIV Research
TREAT Asia’s pediatric network includes 21 sites, most of which contribute to the TREAT Asia Pediatric HIV Observational Database (TApHOD). TApHOD is a regional pediatric HIV study set up by TREAT Asia in 2006 that includes data from more than 7,500 children and adolescents in Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam. Studies conducted through the network focus on investigating HIV clinical and treatment outcomes among children, adolescents, and young adults living with HIV. This includes the long-term consequences of HIV-associated co-morbidities, such as mental health disorders.
Publications and analyses of TREAT Asia’s pediatric research network can be accessed at http://www.amfar.org/treat-asia/scientific-publications/.
SELECT TREAT ASIA CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HIV RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
An International Collaboration to Model the Adolescent HIV Epidemic in Thailand
Improving Care for Thai Youth Living with HIV
PERSPECTIVES: How can we improve mental health services for people living with HIV in the Asia-Pacific?
Evaluating Depression and Anxiety in Thai Adolescents with HIV
TREAT Asia Begins New Initiative to Address Adolescent Mental Health
New NIH Grant for TREAT Asia and University of Cape Town Partnership on Adolescents Living With HIV
TREAT Asia Investigators Selected in Three Rounds of IAS CIPHER Grant Program