Study Aims To Identify Factors Influencing Adoption, Scale-Up Of Innovative Health Interventions

FHI 360’s “Research for Evidence”: From innovation-to-scale: Identifying innovative health interventions to better understand factors influencing their adoption and scale-up
Lauren Bader, regional program manager for the USAID Control and Prevention of Tuberculosis Project and the USAID Challenge TB project at FHI 360, discusses a research project that aims to examine factors that influence the adoption and scale-up of innovative health interventions. Bader highlights four interventions that were selected for the study: methadone maintenance treatment in Vietnam, early infant diagnosis of HIV in Nepal, a patient-centered care model for treating multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in China, and online-to-offline reservations for HIV testing in Thailand (8/1).

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