Information about cancer types that are more likely to occur in people who are infected HIV. (National Cancer Institute, NIH (NCI))
AIDS.gov serves as an information gateway to Federal domestic HIV/AIDS information and resources including HIV/AIDS prevention, testing, treatment, research, and policies. (Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) U.S.)
CDC provides leadership in helping control the HIV/AIDS epidemic by working with community, state, national, and international partners in surveillance, research, and prevention and evaluation activities. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))
Links to journal literature, clinical trials and treatment information, meeting abstracts, and other scientific and consumer-related resources. (National Library of Medicine, Specialized Information Services Division)
(National Library of Medicine, Specialized Information Services Division)
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) provides access to the published literature on acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) via several resources. (National Library of Medicine (NLM) U.S.)
FHI 360 experts collaborate on research dedicated to stopping HIV's spread with a focus on Global HIV programs, HIV prevention research, and U.S. HIV programs. (FHI 360)
NAM, formerly the National AIDS Manual, provides information about HIV and AIDS for communities affected by HIV and those working to support them.
The Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS and Health (SAHA) Research Programme strives to undertake cutting-edge, scientifically sound and innovative HIV/AIDS research that contributes to public policy formulation and programme development in order to improve service delivery.
UNICEF works to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS among young people and helps children and families affected by HIV/AIDS to live their lives with dignity. (UNICEF)
Dedicated to promoting research, education and leadership to end the AIDS epidemic. As the number of AIDS cases continues to escalate disproportionately in Africa and other resource scarce settings, HAI has directed its research efforts toward developing prevention and treatment strategies to stem the epidemic in these regions. (Harvard School of Public Health)
Information on HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention, and policy. (University of California San Francisco (UCSF))
Data and information on the HIV/AIDS epidemic, including policy reports, fact sheets, survey data and news summaries. (Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF))
National organization dedicated to developing leadership within communities of color to address the challenges of HIV/AIDS.
NACCHO advocates for progressive HIV policy and adequate resources to sustain and enhance HIV prevention, research, and care services. (National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO))
May 22-25, 2014, Denver, CO. The theme of the conference is "New Practice Approaches…For a New Era in HIV/AIDS Care". (Boston College Graduate School of Social Work)
E-mail update service to receive notice of Web site updates, HIV/AIDS news, and treatment guideline updates. (Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) U.S.)
Regularly updated news relating to antiviral drug interactions and adverse effects. Users can sign up for free email notification when updates are posted.
Forum to foster public discussion on using new media effectively in the response to HIV/AIDS. (Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) U.S.)
An online form for subscribing to 1) HIV/AIDS Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), 2) HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report Updates, 3) HIV/AIDS Publications Updates, 4) HIV/AIDS Basic Statistics Updates, 5) HIV/AIDS Slide Sets Updates, and 6) HIV/AIDS Conference & Training Updates
Subscribe to a Listserv to receive updates on HIV/AIDS products and their safety and regulatory issues. (Food and Drug Administration (FDA))
Current HIV/STI information for local health departments. (National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO))
Subscribe to either an HTML or TXT version of the daily newsletter, which posts the Prevention News Update, conference announcements, current funding opportunities, select articles from the MMWR series and announcements about new NPIN products and services
Funding opportunities for outreach efforts to community-based AIDS organizations and patient advocacy groups. The primary purpose of these outreach projects is to design local programs for improving information access for AIDS patients and the affected community as well as their caregivers. (National Library of Medicine (NLM) U.S.)
Information on locating and applying for current CDC HIV Prevention funding opportunities and grants. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))
The Comer Foundation provides support to not-for-profit organizations focused on syringe exchange and other harm reduction strategies within the drug using community and seeks to facilitate the process between organizations and communities committed to creating and maintaining health. (The Comer Foundation)
The foundation focuses its grantmaking on strategies to help significantly slow and prevent the global spread of HIV. (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation)
Database for locating public and private funding for community-based organizations and HIV/AIDS prevention initiatives using a keyword search.
Summaries of national and state funding programs related to AIDS and HIV. (Rural Assistance Center (RAC))
Federally funded project that seeks to develop, improve, and expand the capacity of comprehensive HIV primary medical care and treatment service delivery in racial/ethnic minority communities severely impacted by HIV/AIDS.
Morbidity and mortality data on HIV and AIDS. (National Center for Health Statistics, CDC (NCHS))
Data on HIV testing in the US, who's at risk, state information, and what can be done. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))
Global data on HIV/AIDS, malaria, TB and other key health and socio-economic indicators. The data are displayed in tables, charts, and color-coded maps and can be downloaded for custom analyses. (Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF))
Data tools, resources, and research findings on HIV/AIDS cost and use. (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ))
Data on HIV infections in youth and actions to prevent risky behaviors in youth. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))
Provides measures of HIV prevalence; HIV knowledge, attitudes and behaviors; and HIV Service Provision Assessment (SPA). (MEASURE DHS)
The primary source for national HIV/AIDS incidence and prevalence data, published annually. Includes links to state-level reports also available online. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))
An effort by the Census Bureau and supporting agencies to compile international HIV seroprevalence data from information in published articles, conference presentations, and the media.
An interactive tool for retrieving data on global HIV/AIDS indicators from surveys worldwide, with an option for browsing indicators by country.
Interactive platform for accessing HIV, Viral Hepatitis, sexually transmitted disease (STD), and tuberculosis (TB) data collected by CDC's National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP). (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))
A one-stop resource for HIV/AIDS data at the state level, drawn from a variety of sources including the HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report, the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, and other public and private organizations. (Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF))
Allows users to focus on available HIV/AIDS statistics at the national, state, U.S. congressional district and county levels, further segmented by age, gender and race/ethnicity. Free registration is required to use the Index.
Tools to generate raw data, charts, and graphs reflecting the incidence and prevalence of HIV and AIDS around the world. Interactive mapping features incorporate GIS to provide data at-a-glance. (UNAIDS, World Health Organization (WHO))
National campaign to combat complacency about HIV and AIDS in the United States. The campaign focuses on raising awareness among all Americans and reducing the risk of infection among the hardest-hit populations - gay and bisexual men, African Americans, Latinos, and other communities at increased risk. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))
This toolkit provides an opportunity to understand the issues and perspectives that are important to working collaboratively on adolescent HIV and related STD prevention activities. (American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP))
Innovations and quality tools for HIV programs. (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ))
The AIDS Poster Collection consists of 625 posters issued by a variety of institutions and organizations from 44 countries to educate and warn people about AIDS and to offer advice and information in visual form. The collection should be of interest to anyone interested in the history of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and attempts to control it. (UCLA Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library)
Provides information on HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention, and research. (Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) U.S.)
This site provides information in English and Spanish about the link between drug abuse and HIV infection. It contains information for young people, parents and teachers, and the media with links to the latest research findings and news updates. (National Institute on Drug Abuse, NIH (NIDA))
This consumer-focused site returns a list of HIV testing centers within a specified distance from a zip code, indicating whether free testing is available and specifying the exact services provided. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))
Membership-based advocacy organization for women, families, and children affected by HIV and AIDS. The site offers free publications with an emphasis on educational materials about the Ryan White CARE Act.
Resource for educational materials on lobbying, the federal budget, and the legislative process as they impact HIV/AIDS policy in the United States. Members include community based organizations, health departments, and grassroots groups united to improve the lives of HIV-positive people and prevent new infection.
Infographic that details the many ways public health improves access to care, prevention and treatment in relation to HIV/AIDS. The infographic can be used as a real example when talking to members of Congress about the importance of strong public health funding. (American Public Health Association (APHA))
Home to the Kaiser Family Foundation's policy analysis on domestic and international HIV/AIDS issues. The site offer links to free resources including fact sheets on specific populations affected by HIV/AIDS. (Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF))
The advisory body to the Secretary and Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which attempts to coordinate efforts across all HHS agencies in the response to the AIDS epidemic. Specialized efforts such as The Leadership Campaign on AIDS and The Rapid, Response, and Evaluation Project have been designed by this office to address the needs of people of color who are more greatly impacted by HIV. (Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) U.S.)
The Office of National AIDS Policy will focus on coordinating our continuing domestic efforts to reduce the number of new infections in the U.S., in particular in segments of the population that are experiencing new or renewed increases in the rate of infection. In addition, the Office will be working to coordinate an increasingly integrated approach to the prevention, care and treatment of HIV/AIDS.
The aim of this project is to produce a comprehensive Web-based document on the topic of treatment adherence to antiretroviral therapies with embedded hyperlinks. It is hoped that this living document and its accompanying Web site serve to summarize the relevant adherence literature and provide continuous updates from incoming scientific conference data and published research. (American Public Health Association (APHA))
Evidence-based recommendations and findings on the prevention of HIV/AIDS, other STIs, and Pregnancy. (Community Preventive Services Task Force)
An evidence synthesis that focuses on screening for unsuspected human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) using HIV antibody (Ab) tests in pregnant women, including adolescents. The review can be used to make recommendations regarding screening in pregnant women. (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), National Library of Medicine (NLM) U.S.)
Searchable online database of good and promising programmatic practices on HIV and AIDS programming from around the world. (AIDSTAR-One, USAID)
Guidance on informed, voluntary HIV testing and counseling in the world's health facilities to increase access to needed HIV treatment, care support, and prevention services. (World Health Organization (WHO))
This manual was developed to provide HIV/AIDS clinicians with ready access to practical, current, treatment information so that they may provide quality care to people living with HIV. (Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA))
This report updates and combines earlier versions of guidelines for the prevention and treatment of opportunistic infections (OIs) in HIV-infected adults and adolescents. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))
Guidelines for use by clinicians and health care workers providing medical care for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-exposed and HIV-infected children in the United States. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))
The purpose of this site is to make information and evidence-based strategies related to the Healthy People 2010 HIV objectives easier to find. The National Library of Medicine and the Public Health Foundation staff have worked together to develop pre-formulated search strategies of MEDLINE for selected Healthy People 2010 HIV objectives as well as links to additional resources related to HIV/AIDS. (Public Health Foundation, National Library of Medicine)
Focus Area 13: HIV of the Healthy People 2010 documentation spells out the nation's goals and objectives for reducing the number of new HIV infections and increasing treatment for people already infected with HIV. (Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) U.S.)
Reports on projects that address HIV and AIDS prevention, care, and support needs both in the U.S. and worldwide. (John Snow, Inc. (JSI))
This report summarizes findings from key informant interviews with HIV-prevention program managers at 40 local health departments. The report also includes a series of implications for local public health practice and policy to support adolescent HIV, STD, and unintended pregnancy prevention efforts. (National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO))
A directory page for all MMWR reports relating to HIV AIDS, with a searchable and browsable archive. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))
Open access online journal that includes research articles, reviews, and letters in all areas of research on HIV/AIDS. The journal covers recent studies on experimental, clinical, therapeutic, pathogenesis, vaccines, drug resistance, diagnostics, and virology on HIV/AIDS.
PubMed search strategy specific to journal articles on HIV/AIDS. (National Library of Medicine (NLM) U.S.)
This report provides recommendations for services provided to partners of persons with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))
ICAP developed the comprehensive Adolescent HIV Care and Treatment: A Training Curriculum for Health Workers. This innovative training package aims to empower multidisciplinary health workers to have the confidence and skills to provide comprehensive, youth-friendly HIV services that support adolescents' healthy development, psychosocial well being, retention, adherence, sexual and reproductive health, and eventual transition to adult HIV services. (Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health U.S.)
The AETCs conduct targeted, multidisciplinary education and training programs for health care providers treating persons living with HIV/AIDS.
Learning products and resources about preventing STDs and HIV. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))
Training on a variety of science-based, effective HIV prevention interventions that have been developed for specific at-risk populations. (Academy for Education Development (AED))
Interactive, case-based modules related to the clinical care of HIV-infected persons. (Northwest AIDS Education and Training Center, University of Washington)
The National Network of STD/HIV Prevention Training Centers (PTCs) is a CDC-funded group of regional centers created in partnership with health departments and universities. The PTCs are dedicated to increasing the knowledge and skills of health professionals in the areas of sexual and reproductive health. The National Network provides health professionals with a spectrum of state-of-the-art educational opportunities including experiential learning with an emphasis on prevention. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))