Network Performance Awards Winners Announced

Network Performance Awards Winners Announced
May 30, 2018

 

 

 

The HPTN Network Performance Awards, recognizing top performers in study participant retention, laboratory performance, community engagement and staff excellence in leadership, were announced at the recent HPTN Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. The HPTN would like to congratulate all award winners for their achievements.

 

 

 

 

 

Best Retention - Winners

  • San Miguel CRS (Lima, Peru)
    • For achieving a high estimated retention rate with a high volume of visits, completing 851 out of 872 expected HVTN 704/HPTN 085 visits for a 98 percent visit completion rate
  • Fenway Health CRS (Boston, MA)
    • For achieving the highest estimated retention rate among domestic sites, completing 316 out of 320 expected HPTN 083 visits for a 99 percent visit completion rate
San Miguel CRS
San Miguel CRS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fenway Health CRS
Fenway Health CRS

 

Best Retention - Honorable Mentions

  • Spilhaus CRS (Harare, Zimbabwe)
  • Soweto CRS (Johannesburg, South Africa)
  • UCLA CARE Center CRS (Los Angeles, CA)
Spilhaus CRS
Spilhaus CRS
Soweto CRS
Soweto CRS
UCLA CARE Center CRS
UCLA CARE Center CRS

 

Best Laboratory Performance - Winners

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  • CMU HIV Prevention CRS (Chiang Mai, Thailand) 
  • Greensboro CRS (Greensboro, NC) 
  • UCLA CARE Center CRS (Los Angeles, CA) 
CMU HIV Prevention CRS
CMU HIV Prevention CRS

 

Best Community Engagement - Winners

  • Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre CRS (Pathumwan, Thailand)
    • For creating a novel social marketing campaign that generated excitement and interest in HPTN 083
  • St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital CRS (Memphis, TN) 
    • For establishing strong community partnerships through youth empowerment and focused outreach/recruitment strategies

 

Staff Excellence in Leadership - Winners 

For their ongoing unstinting commitment, dedication and support in ensuring excellence in the HPTN

  • Kathy Hinson, HPTN Leadership and Operations Center (Durham, NC) 
  • Lynda Emel, HPTN Statistical and Data Management Center (Seattle, WA) 
  • Estelle Piwowar-Manning, HPTN Laboratory Center (Baltimore, MD)