Instructions

The Option B/B+ Toolkit was developed by the Interagency Task Team (IATT) for the Prevention and Treatment of HIV Infection in Pregnant Women, Mothers and Children. The IATT is a partnership of 28 member organizations, including donor agencies, non-governmental organizations and networks of people living with HIV that work in close collaboration to provide technical support to the Global Plan Towards the Elimination of New HIV Infections Among Children by 2015 and Keeping Their Mothers Alive. Co-convened by UNICEF and the WHO, the IATT leverages the expertise and resources of its members to coordinate and track the provision of technical assistance to the 22 priority countries, to monitor progress of country-led implementation of the Global Plan and to develop, update and disseminate operational and normative tools and guidance related to EMTCT.

Your constructive feedback on the contents of Option B/B+ Toolkit is greatly appreciated as we intend for it to be a living document that incorporates on the ground experience from countries that are planning for and implementation Option B/B+.

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* 1. Please indicate the name and type of organization or institution where you work:

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* 2. If you work for the Ministry of Health, please indicate the program:

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* 3. If you work for the Ministry of Health, please indicate the level of the health care system in which you work:

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* 4. Please indicate the country where you work:

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* 5. Are you a member of the National PMTCT Technical Working Group?

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* 6. Please rate each statement

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The web-based toolkit is easy to navigate
A wide variety of topics were covered in the toolkit contentThe toolkit included the questions and information I was most interested in learning about
The information within each module was knowledgeable and useful
The references and listed resources within each module were easily obtained
The toolkit is a valuable resource for guiding and framing national discussions to plan for the implementation of Option B/B+
The toolkit is a valuable resource for developing an operational plan for the transition to Option B+
The content of the toolkit can be adapted to my country context
I intend to use the toolkit on the job
I would recommend the toolkit to my colleagues

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* 7. What was the reason you consulted the toolkit?

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* 8. How did you find out about the toolkit?

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* 9. How do you plan to use the toolkit in the future?

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* 10. If you have already used the toolkit as a guide for planning the transition to Option B/B+, please indicate how you used it.

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* 11. What type of support is required to adequately plan for and successfully transition to Option B/B+? This support can be in the form of technical assistance, development of normative guidance or documentation of lessons learned. Please provide details on the type of support needed, if any.

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* 12. What were the most useful modules of the toolkit and why?

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* 13. What were the least useful modules of the toolkit and why?

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* 14. Please rank in order which of the following modules you would like to see added to the toolkit?

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* 15. Do you have any suggestions for useful additions to the toolkit? If so, please list them:

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* 16. Please provide any additional comments or feedback:

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