PATH Resources

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1758 Resources
1758 Resources
1758 Resources
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  1. This resource provides an overview of PATH’s work in exploring emerging markets for alternative proteins.
    Published: January 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  2. The Patient Provider Support Agency toolkit has been developed based on the experiences of the PPIA model implemented in three cities of India to increase tuberculosis case notifications, diagnosis and treatment outcomes. It is a compilation of best practices and intends to provide guidance to anyone planning to launch a PPSA model . It is completely customizable and can be easily combined with models that are already implemented in your region.
    Published: January 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  3. This year's annual report features our annual financial overview, PATH’s leadership, list of PATH’s funders and supporters, and our vision for PATH's future.
    Published: December 2018
    Type: Resource Page
  4. PATH's expertise in developing technology solutions for low-resource settings, as well as our collaboration with governments and the public and private sectors, improves the health of women around the world by making high-quality care accessible to all. Using a combination of evidence-based programming and revolutionary and accessible technologies, we empower women and girls to choose and use the health services they need to pursue healthy, fulfilling lives. In the briefs below, we highlight the work we are doing to improve the sexual and reproductive health of people around the world, as well as the philosophy and goals that will guide PATH in addressing SRH issues in innovative ways.
    Published: December 2018
    Type: Resource Page
  5. This set of three user personas was developed to inform the design and development of next generation HIV self-tests. Originally developed for use by health workers, rapid HIV tests have expanded to include the self-testing use case. Individuals testing themselves have different needs and motivations than health workers, and these attributes can be captured clearly through user personas.Personas are a methodological tool used in user-centered design to understand user needs. They represent the characteristics and goals of a user group, including common behaviors, skills, attitudes, limitations, and constraints. Personas also capture information on the environment in which the user group operates. The purpose of personas is to communicate user needs and build a common understanding within multidisciplinary teams that can provide focus throughout the product development process, from defining functional product requirements to designing effective delivery strategies.The three personas selected represent key populations of interest to global and national stakeholders working on HIV/AIDS. These personas were developed in a two-phase process. First, draft personas were created based on literature reviews and expert interviews (n=3). The draft personas were then refined using in-person, semi-structured interviews with members of the user group (n=25-40) to generate validated personas. PATH has conducted and championed “right-fit” technology development since its founding 40 years ago, recognizing that aligning with the motivations and constraints of the end user is essential for product uptake and, ultimately, the ability of a new tool to improve health outcomes.
    Published: December 2018
    Type: Resource Page
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