TB digital health innovations currently implemented by programs

99DOTS for tuberculosis treatment supervision in Uganda:
Adherence rates and acceptability

Kityamuwesi A , Crowder R , Berger C , Kunihira L , Ggita J , Sanyu A , Namale C , Lamunu M , Katamba A , Cattamanchi A

Alex Kityamuwesi Uganda Tuberculosis Implementation Research Consortium, Kampala, Uganda
Email: akityamuwesi95@gmail.com

DIGITAL ADHERENCE TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION: 99DOTS AS A PLATFORM FOR QUALITY TB TREATMENT BY PRIVATE PROVIDERS IN THE PHILIPPINES

A. Villanueva, M. de Morales, J. Alacapa, R. Powers
Stop TB Partnership funded, KNCV led TB REACH project, Manila, Philippines.

Correspondence: Rachel Powers,
Email: rachel.powers@kncvtbc.org

Harnessing new mHealth technologies to Strengthen the Management of Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Vietnam: The V SMART study

Tho T.H Dang, Kavidhran Velen, Hoa B Nguyen, Nhung Viet Nguyen, Thuong Thu Do, Hoa Dinh Vu, Thu Anh Nguyen, Virginia Wiseman, Greg J. Fox
Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, Hanoi, Vietnam; The University of Sydney, Australia; National Lung Hospital, Hanoi, Vietnam; Hanoi University of Pharmacy, Kirby Institute, University of New South Wales, Australia

Ms Tho Dang, V SMART Study Manager
Email: tho.dang@sydney.edu.au

VIDEO-OBSERVED THERAPY FOR TB/HIV: ICT SOLUTION FOR SOUTH AFRICA

Darelle van Greunen and Alida Veldsman
Centre for Community Technologies, Nelson Mandela University, South Africa

Darelle van Greunen and Alida Veldsman
Email: Darelle.vanGreunen@mandela.ac.za

Feasibility and Acceptability of Video Observed Therapy among Muli-Drug Resistant Tuberculosis Patients in Cavite, Philippines

Maria Tarcela S. Gler, Dessa Jean O. Casalme1, Danaida B. Marcelo1, Melchor Victor G. Frias IV

De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences InsFtute (DLSMHSI), Dasmariñas City, Cavite, Philippines

Dr. Ma. Tarcela S. Gler,
Email: msgler@my.dlshsi.edu.ph

THE ACCEPTABILITY AND FEASIBILITY OF DIGITAL ADHERENCE TECHNOLOGY (99DOTS) TO SUPPORT PATIENTS AND HEALTH CARE WORKERS IN A RURAL SETTING Evidence from Tanzania

Efo E, Onjare B, Shilugu L
STOP TB Partnership funded, KNCV led DAT Project Tanzania

Potential new innovations not yet implemented by TB programs

DEVELOPING AN ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD SYSTEM FOR MANAGING TB PATIENTS IN LOW RESOURCE ENVIRONMENTS: EXPERIENCES FROM MALAWI.

Aubrey Chirwa, Moses Masaiti, Martha Kwataine, Gonjetso Chinyama, Pachawo Bisani, Chiyemebekezo Chekani, Mathews Malata

Aubrey Chirwa
Email: aubrey.chirwa@bht-mw.org

On the spot TB screening using a new model super compact Xray system for TB case finding

Dr. Karen Dalawangbayan, Marianne Calnan, Romano Garcia, Joerette Cam, Amor Pascua, Mario Articona, Dr. Eduardo Janairo, Dr. Maria Elena Gonzales, Kristine Marie de Guzman, Benjamin Balagtas, Tito Rodrigo, Dr. Ernesto Bontuyan

Dr. Karen Dalawangbayan
Email: kdalawangbayan@urc-chs.com

The Potential of Near Field Communication Technology; Results and Lesson from a Digital Tuberculosis Management Program on the Thai-Myanmar Border

Rebecca Litner
Email: Rlitner@d-tree.org

DOT Monitoring & Reporting: Using Innovation in Community Based Treatment

Umme Salma Jahan Meena, Rahat Bashir, YANO Tech LTD. Bangladesh

Rahat Bashir
Email: rahat.bashir@gmail.com