Linkages and Referrals within AIDS Care and Treatment National Service Delivery Systems, Swaziland
sr-08-45.pdf — PDF document, 764 kB (782,728 bytes)
Author(s): Swaziland Referral Technical Working Group
Appropriate and timely referral for HIV/AIDS treatment is essential for a functioning health system. Unfortunately, it is often among the weakest components of a system. In Swaziland, as antiretroviral treatment and other treatment services are rolled out, identifying and addressing barriers to a strong referral system is critical to ensure access to services and continuity of care for people living with HIV and AIDS. This study, which is one facet of a phased plan to improve the national referral system, has gathered evidence as to how referral is understood by key stakeholders. The information is intended for use by decision makers at the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and other stakeholders to create and implement policies and procedures that improve care and support for people living with HIV and AIDS.
This document is not available in print from MEASURE Evaluation.