This year’s conference will take place in a virtual format from November 10-13, with four hours of dynamic sessions and speakers over four days. All staff in the BIPAI Network are invited to attend. The theme of this year’s conference is Forging Ahead: Maintaining Excellence through Teamwork and Innovation.
In response to COVID-19 pandemic, BIPAI has organized a weekly clinical lead forum with experts from our global network, including our Global Health Corps and Texas Children's Hospital physicians, reviewing emerging literature and case studies to promote the exchange of effective clinical strategies.
BIPAI is hosting a exhibition booth at the 23rd International AIDS Conference, the world's largest virtual conference on HIV/AIDS. We have also had several abstracts accepted to the conference from across the BIPAI network.
In August 2003, the first BIPAI-sponsored Teen Club for HIV-positive adolescents began at our COE in Uganda in partnership with Mulago Hospital. Since then, Teen Club has spread to many of our other country locations and has been used as a model for the provision of peer support to HIV-positive adolescents worldwide.
BIPAI has a collection of HIV resources, including curriculums and toolkits available upon request.
Learn methods to train and mentor health care professionals at outreach and primary health care sites.
BIPAI produces a wide variety DVDs and books for use by healthcare professionals worldwide.
The Balanced Scorecard Approach uses four perspectives to monitor and evaluate BIPAI's activities.
The BIPAI Network Meeting is an annual conference where individuals across the BIPAI Network come together to share best practices and learn from one another.
In addition to benefitting children and their families, BIPAI Network research helps improve the delivery of children’s health care worldwide. Our research has been published in leading journals.