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METRODORA – Meaningful Engagement of Women in HIV Treatment Research

Project aims: The overarching goal of the project is to strengthen the meaningful and sustainable involvement of women in HIV R&D and to optimise engagement of women in clinical decision-making processes by educating women about gender-based differences in HIV research and promoting collaborative efforts with key stakeholders to address prevention and treatment regimens aligned to the needs of women living with or at risk of HIV.

Project leader: EATG

Main partners: n/a

EATG participation: Leader

Duration: September 2017 – September 2018

Main funding source/programme: ViiV Healthcare

Budget: 40,000 EUR

Website: https://www.eatg4women.com/metrodora

EATG contact person(s): Maria Dutarte (office) at maria.dutarte@eatg.org

 

OUTCOMES:

 

Desk research: The participation of women living with HIV in HIV clinical trials

 

Multistakeholders’ Meeting (Brussels, 16 May 2018): [Report] [Promo video]

 

AIDS 2018 side meeting: Addressing research gaps identified by women living with HIV in Europe and Central Asia (Amsterdam, 24 July 2018): [Report] [Presentation]