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The IMAI-IMCI Alliance NGO provides an operational base in both the U.S. and France for this growing network. The strength of the Alliance lies in the global experience of its institutions and individual members in supporting the implementation of these tools and in so doing contributing significantly to the technical support requirements of HIV testing and counseling; HIV care and ART; PMTCT integrated within maternal and child services; other prevention with positives and for negatives; and special primary health care for IDU, MSM, sex workers and adolescents; and emergency care and critical care services.

The IMAI-IMCI Alliance provides a forum for south-to-south collaboration between countries implementing IMAI-IMCI, implementation support in the development of model districts and for on-going technical support for the scale up of HIV/AIDS delivery services and quality improvement.

Each member institution brings a wealth of experience in providing technical support through the adaptation process, training and quality implementation in the district system.

 
UCSF

Francis J. Curry International Tuberculosis Center / SFGH / University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

The Francis J. Curry International Tuberculosis Center (UCSF) has contributed expert clinical knowledge and experience to in-country trainings in HIV/TB, emergency care and treatment, and the critical care of severely ill patients.

Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp

Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp

The Institute of Tropical Medicine in Belgium has years of training experience in comprehensive HIV care and treatment and service delivery through their work with IMAI scale up in several countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia.

Maimonides Medical Center

Maimonides Medical Center, New York

Maimonides Medical Center has committed clinical experts that have been instrumental in facilitating country adaptation of materials and health worker training in triage, emergency care and treatment and critical case management.

Tulane University

Tulane University Center for Global Health Equity - Ethiopia and New Orleans

Through their training approach and diligence, the Tulane University Center for Global Health Equity has assisted in establishing a quality patient monitoring system in Ethiopia for patients with HIV who are started on these registers from the moment of receiving their diagnosis to starting ART and their follow-up. Dedicated individuals at this institution have also been instrumental to quality HR planning and pre-service education in Ethiopia.

Uganda Knowledge Hub

As a model of a quality district network, the Uganda Knowledge Hub and Masaka Hospital in Uganda facilitate trainings through a training of trainers approach within Uganda and between countries in sub-Saharan Africa and provide south to south technical support in model district development.

University of Colorado, Denver

University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

The University of Colorado pediatric experts have provided technical support in the adaptation of materials and the training of health workers in the management of childhood illness including HIV/AIDS through their work with WHO IMCI in several countries.

University of Washington/INTERSECT

As a part of the Department of Medicine at the University of Washington (UW), the International Respiratory and Severe Illness Center (INTERSECT) leverages clinical, research, educational and technical expertise from UW to address global public health challenges related to respiratory illnesses and severe infection (http://depts.washington.edu/intrsect/). Since 2008, members of INTERSECT have worked with the World Health Organization to contribute to the contents of the IMAI District Clinician Manual, including the guidelines for the management of septic shock and respiratory failure without shock in resource-limited settings. In addition, members of INTERSECT have been closely involved in the development of the IMAI second level learning program and have co-facilitated the Quick Check and emergency management of severe illness training course in Uganda.

Jura Editorial Services

Jura Editorial Services

Jura Editorial Services SARL provides English-language editorial and publications services to the international health and development community. We have helped over a dozen countries in nearly every region of the world to adapt and implement guidelines and tools. Our clients include major UN organizations and bilateral technial assistance organizations.

WALIMU

WALIMU

WALIMU is a non-profit organization made up of physicians from Uganda and the US working to improve medical care at Mulago Hospital in Kampala, Uganda. Their vision is to empower Ugandan health officers to address local problems in innovative ways, which will lead to the transformation of medical training and patient care to meet international standards of excellence. As a collaborator with the IMAI-IMCI Alliance, WALIMU will serve as a bridge to IMAI-related activities at Mulago Hospital.

 
 
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Advisory Council
 
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Dr. Bob Colebunders- Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium
Dr. Greg Martin- UNITAID, Geneva, Switzerland
Dr. Eric Simoes- University of Colorado, Denver, CO
Dr. Kirsty McHarry- University of KwaZuluNatal- Center for Rural Health, Durban, South Africa
Dr. KJ Seung- Partners in Health, Boston, MA
Dr. Wuleta Lemma- Tulane University School of Public Health- Center for Global Health Equity, New Orleans, LA
Dr. Nathan Kenya-Mugisha- Ministry of Health, Kampala, Uganda/ Uganda Knowledge Hub
Dr. Sandy Gove- Former director of WHO IMAI team. Currently active as a medical consultant to WHO and involved in IMAI-IMCI Alliance/ San Francisco, CA.
Dr. Phil Hopewell- Francis J. Curry International Tuberculosis Center/ San Francisco General Hospital/ University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), San Francisco, CA
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Dr. Hillary Cohen- Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY
Dr. Patrick Banura- Masaka Regional Hospital, Masaka, Uganda
Dr. Shevin Jacob- University of Washington- INTERSECT, Seattle, WA
Dr. Gary Slutkin- University of Illinois-Chicago School of Public Health/Cure Violence, Chicago, IL
Sarah Johnson- Jura Editorial Services SARL, Gex, France
Ward Rinehart- Jura Editorial Services SARL, Gex, France
 
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