Friday, November 17

Heading to Paris for The Union Conference on Lung Health 2023? You can catch ID faculty and colleagues, and Johns Hopkins India Partners on Friday at the sessions below!


The Union 2023 Agenda Home  |  Wednesday, November 15  |  Thursday, November 16  |  Saturday, November 18

Session times noted in Central European Time

07:15-08:15 | Location: 221M+222M
MTE-10 TB and HIV in children and adolescents: Meet the Expert Session
Nicole Salazar-Austin: Chair

08:30-10:00 | Location: 202/203
OA38 Implementation of TPT in PLHIV: Oral Abstract Session
Kate Shearer: Speaker: OA38-498-17 A choice architecture-based intervention to increase prescription of TB preventive treatment to people living with HIV in southern Africa: results from a cluster-randomised trial

08:30-10:00 | Location: 211M&222M
OA40 DM theme: Oral Abstract Session
Jonathan Golub: Chair

09:30-10:15 | Location: Foyer Bleu Paris
CC-15 Community advocates charting new paths to fund TB vaccine development: Community Connect Session
Rupali Limaye: Speaker: Learning from the successes of other vaccine initiatives

10:15-11:45 | Location: 243
SP31 Reaching agreement on the inclusion of pregnant and lactating persons in TB research: Symposium
Nicole Salazar-Austin: Speaker: How to ensure safe, evidence-based TB treatment for pregnant people

16:45-18:15 | Location: 211M&222M
OA53 Identification & Management of TB Infection: Oral Abstract Session
Nicole Salazar-Austin: Speaker: OA53-616-17 Pragmatic cluster-randomised trial of home-based preventive treatment for TB in Ethiopia (CHIP-TB)
Jonathan Golub: Speaker: OA53-621-17 Integrating interferon-gamma release assay testing with routine CD4 and viral load monitoring to scale-up TB preventive therapy for people with HIV in Brazil: the PREVINE-TB study

16:45-18:15 | Location: 241
SOA20 Person-centred care: Short Oral Abstract Session
Jason Farley: Speaker: SOA20-954-17 Nurse case management reduces treatment failure among patients with multidrug-resistant TB in South Africa: results from a cluster randomised trial