Protocoale clinice cu privire la HIV 2018

5 protocoale clinice naționale: au fost elaborate si aprobate este elaborat în baza recomandărilor OMS: WHO consolidated guidelines on the use of antiretroviral drugs for treating and preventing HIV-infection. Recommendations for a public health approach, second edition 2016 - (WHO 2016), care se bazează pe principiile medicinei bazate pe dovezi.
Protocoalele clinice naționale se adresează în primul rând medicilor infecționiști, medicilor de familie, dar și tuturor specialiștilor disciplinelor conexe: ftiziatri, neurologi, ongologi, etc.


Ghidul prezintă un act normativ destinat specialiștilorcare activează în domeniul de diagnostic al infecției cu HIV, specialiștilor implicați în activități de supraveghere epidemiologică de santinelă, precum și organizațiilor non-guvernamentale ce activează în domeniul de prevenire HIV.

Protocol clinic naţional - Infecţia cu HIV la adult şi adolescent

GARPR 2015

Under the terms of the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS, success in the AIDS response is measured by the achievement of concrete, time-bound targets. They call for careful monitoring of progress in implementing agreed-on commitments and require the United Nations Secretary-General to issue progress reports annually. These reports are designed to identify problems and constraints and recommend action to accelerate achievement of the targets. Starting with 2002, a series of core indicators were developed to measure progress in implementing the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS.

Guidelines for GARPR 2015 reporting process

These 2015 guidelines provide UN Member States with detailed information on how to collate the data and conduct the next round of global AIDS response progress reporting.


The purpose of these documents is to provide guidance to national AIDS programmes and partners actively involved in the country response to AIDS on use of core indicators to measure and report on the national response.

Technical Assignment- Development of HIV/AIDS monitoring and surveillance software for the System for Monitoring and Evaluation of TB/HIV/AIDS (SYMETA) in Moldova

Current Technical Assignment is the first step in implementing HIV/AIDS Monitoring and Evaluation Software in Moldova.

Working guide regarding the rights of people living with HIV/AIDS in terms of European Court of Human Rights

Working guide regarding the rights of people living with HIV (PLWHIV/AIDS) in terms of European Court of Human Rights has been developed in response to the needs of professionals that work in the field of human rights protection, needs identified by IDOM as a result of the activities developed. The guide is designed, in principal, to lawyers, implicitly advocates, and members of nongovernmental organizations in the field. 

Guide in the field of promotion and protection of rights of people living with HIV

The purpose of this guide is to offer theoretical and practical knowledge regarding various aspects related to HIV, health, human rights, national and international instruments and remedies of promotion and protection of human rights.

National guideline on quality management to laboratory investigations on HIV/AIDS infection in the Republlic of Moldova

Detection, recording, treatment and prevention of TB/HIV co-infection at prisoners in Penitentiary Institutions of Republic of Moldova

These methodological recommendations highlight issues for screening, treatment andprevention of tuberculosis for HIV infected individuals. Describe the Tuberculosis characteristics on HIV background, HIV testing strategy of patients with tuberculosis, tactics and methods of antiretroviral therapy for co-infection TB / HIV. Recommendations are formedical workers from the Ministry of Justice, preventive medicine HIV/AIDS service specialists, Phthisiopneumology specialists, infectious disease specialists, primary health care professionals.

Detection, evolution, treatment and prevention of tuberculosis for HIV infected persons and antiretroviral treatment for co-infection TB / HIV

These methodological recommendations highlight issues for screening, treatment andprevention of tuberculosis for HIV infected individuals. Describe the Tuberculosis characteristics on HIV background, HIV testing strategy of patients with tuberculosis, tactics and methods of antiretroviral therapy for co-infection TB / HIV.Recommendations are addressed to managers from public health area, health workers, preventive health care professionals, Phthisiopneumology specialists, infectious disease physicians, professionals from primary health care domain.

Manual: "Medical Assistance to children infected with HIV"

The manual is designed to offer to medical services suppliers (family doctors, specialists) easily and accessible information aimed to provide care and support a child infected with HIV.

Instruction regarding intra-hospital prophylaxis of HIV/AIDS in medical practice

Instruction is designed for employees of public medical institutions and departments of Moldova and aims to inform health workers about the application of universal precautions with the purpose of reducing HIV/AIDS in medical institutions.

Instruction regarding the prevention of HIV infection in case of accidental exposure of medical workers

Instruction includes unified requirements on preventive measures of infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), taking actions in case of professional contact, the indications for post-contact prophylaxis (PCP), tactics addressing PCP and antiretroviral (ARV) prophylaxis. Instruction is designed for managers and professionals from public medical institutions, private, centres for preventive medicine.

Standards of quality for youth-friendly health services in the Republic of Moldova

This document reflects the commitment and priorities of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Moldova in accordance with the National Health Policy, National Reproductive Health Strategy, Youth Strategy, National Programme on Prevention of HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections, the Concept of Youth Friendly Health Services and other laws from health domain and youth development.


Standards for offering services for vulnerable groups of mutual support

These standards are designed primarily for those people who see in groups of mutual support a way to solve their problems. In addition, they help all those who wish to develop such groups - NGOs, medical and social workers, psychologists, teachers.

AIDS at the national level

At the national level, the state policy in the area of HIV/AIDS is implemented through the National Program on Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS and STI, which determines national strategies of priority for prevention, epidemiological surveillance and treatment.

Standard of risk reduction in drug users and of psychosocial support for drug users

The consumption of psychoactive substances is an actual problem for Moldova as well as for all countries. Simultaneous with this, as in most countries of the former USSR, in the Republic of Moldova drug phenomenon has greatly influenced the development of the HIV epidemic. 

Manual on the Anti-Stigma Campaign “Stigma Fuels HIV”

Manual on the Anti-Stigma Campaign “Stigma Fuels HIV” has been developed as a bonus by Saatchi&Saatchi under the agreement with UN Cares Task Force. Initially the Campaign was developed as an internal one for the UN, but then it was decided to launch it at the High Level Meeting in New York on the 8th of June.

Organization of palliative care services for people with HIV/AIDS

In order to ensure Universal Access to prevention, treatment, care and support in HIV / AIDS and implementation of National Programme on Prevention and Control of HIV / AIDS for 2011-2015, in accordance with the commitments which are undertaken by the Republic Moldova - UNGASS Declaration, 2001 and the Declaration of Commitment on Universal Access, 2006 - under the provisions of section 8 of the Regulation on organization and functioning of the Ministry of Health, approved by Government Decision no. 777 of 27 November 2009, is approved the Regulation on the organization of palliative care services for people with HIV / AIDS.

Guide in promoting and protecting the rights of people living with HIV (PLHIV)

The document was developed under the project "Reducing the Impact of HIV Infection in the Republic of Moldova", financed by the Global Fund to Fight HIV / AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, Round 8, implemented by the Institute of Human Rights (IDOM).


New UNAIDS report shows AIDS epidemic has been halted and world beginning to reverse the spread of HIV. New HIV infections have fallen by nearly 20% in the last 10 years, AIDS-related deaths are down by nearly 20% in the last 10 years, and the total number of people living with HIV is stabilizing.


This publication has been developed within the framework of the Project “Agenda for Accelerated Country Action for Women, Girls and Gender Equality and HIV” financed by the Joint United Nations on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and implemented by the National Center for Health Management. The opinions expressed by authors in the present publication do not reflect necessarily the opinion of the donor.

Guide "Health education in schools to prevent AIDS and STIs"

This guide has been developed to help teachers to prepare and teach a curriculum on AIDS. AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) has become a problem in our country. Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are very widespread.

Curriculum course "Healthy Lifestyles"

Connecting to the rigors of medical education vocational training requires the development of new European curricula in health promotion, that is going to improve knowledge of health workers in the fields of modern health care.

Standard on Harm Reduction among Drug Users

The standard on harm reduction gets a bigger support worldwide on behalf of governments, local authorities and harm reduction activities are financially supportesd both by international donors and local budgets.


Standard on Provision of Psychosocial Assistance to Drug Users

This standard offers access to equity, continuity of provision of assistance to drug users and is based on quality and successes registered in provision of psychosocial assistance to drug users.


National Guidelines on Treatment and Care in HIV/AIDS

National Guidelines on provision of assistance and treatment in HIV/AIDS targets firstly the infectious disease doctors and family doctors, as well as other involved in other areas, who encounter in the medical practice problems associated to HIV:


Trainer’s Guide „Reduction of HIV-associated Stigma and Discrimination”

The training course „Reduction of HIV-associated Stigma and Discrimination” will serve as reference for trainers in training medical workers, especially those working in primary health care, focused on provision of services for people living with HIV and AIDS.


Standard „Palliative Care of AIDS Patients”

Standard is aimed at development and extension of palliative care for people living with HIV/AIDS and targets managers and specialists of public medical-sanitary institutions, departments, private institutions and preventive medicine centers. Implementation of the standard will contribute to the improvement of life quality of people living with HIV/AIDS.


Guidelines „Reduction of HIV-associated Stigma and Discrimination”

The guidelines „Reduction of HIV-associated Stigma and Discrimination” is aimed at promotion of knowledge, building of skills and abilities which would reduce the stigma and discrimination towards people living with HIV/AIDS and improve their lives. The document targets all medical workers.


Practical Guidelines for Medical Staff Directly Involved in Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV

Guidelines include information on counseling the pregnant woman for HIV testing, influence of pregnancy on HIV infection, transmission of HIV from mother-to-child (mechanisms of transmission, risk factors which ease the transmission of HIV from mother to child, factors of protection), prevention of mother-to-child transmission (use of antiretroviral drugs in prevention of mother-to-child transmission, efficiency of ARV drugs, side effects of ARV treatment).


Guidelines on Diagnosis and Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections

Present guidelines have been developed based on European Guidelines on Diagnosis and Treatment and are focused on procedural aspects, management of specific infections and syndrome management.


UNGASS Guidelines on Construction of Core Indicators for 2010 Reporting

The 2001 Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS and the 2006 Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS adopted by the UN General Assembly are the guiding force of the global response on AIDS.


Plan for the Surveillance of HIV in Moldova 2005–2009, National Protocols

The plan aims to elucidate how the surveillance system in Moldova should continue to develop over the next few years to meet the shifting challenges of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the country and in the light of the additional resources now available.


Guidelines Regarding the Intra-Hospital Prophylaxis of HIV in Medical Practice

The present guideline developed by the National Scientific-Practical Centre for Preventive Medicine targets the medical staff from public and departmental medical-sanitary institutions from Republic of Moldova and has the purpose to inform on appliance and compliance to universal precautions aiming at reducing the HIV infection within medical-sanitary institutions.


HIV/AIDS Infection Epidemiological Surveillance – National Standard

The standard is developed based on the WHO Recommended Surveillance Standards 1999 and UNAIDS Guidelines for Second Generation HIV Surveillance 2000.


National Protocols on HIV Infection Treatment and Assistance

The national protocols on assistance and treatment of HIV infection address above all the medical staff directly involved in the treatment of infections as well as family doctors.


Standard: Epidemiological Surveillance of HIV/AIDS

The standard is developed based on the WHO Recommended Epidemiological Surveillance Standards 1991 and UNAIDS Guidelines for Second Generation HIV Epidemiological Surveillance 2002 and Implementation of Second Generation HIV/AIDS Epidemiological Surveillance System: Guideline.


Prevention of HIV Transmission from Mother to Child National Protocols

Detection of HIV/AIDS cases, classification of HIV infection in children below 13 years of age, clinical specifics of HIV peri-natal infection, HIV and AIDS diagnosis, psycho-social support of pregnant women, anti-natal care of HIV positive women, delivery and after-delivery care of HIV positive women, care and treatment after HIV positive children.