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Public Health Strategies (PHS) (34)

Health Department Linkage Program: San Francisco Example

Click to learn about a coordinated linkage to care process in the Bay Area from a health department.

Integrating Peers in HIV Models of Care

If you are interested in bringing clients or lay community members into your program staff, review this guide from AIDS United.

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MSM Annotated Bibliography

HIV PREVENTION WITH MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN (MSM) IN THE UNITED STATES

*An annotated bibliography of peer-reviewed literature pertaining to MSM through a High Impact Prevention framework (2007-2012)*

“Three decades into the HIV/AIDS epidemic, men who have sex with men (MSM) remain disproportionately impacted by HIV in the United States, accounting for the majority of new infections annually…This annotated bibliography provides a recent (within the last 5 years) collection of peer-reviewed literature relevant to the specific needs of MSM, using [High Impact Prevention] HIP as an organ

Fact Sheet

Evaluating Varied HIV Services

This short document is the accompaniment to the “Measuring Apples and Oranges: How do We Comprehensively Evaluate our Varied Services?” slide handouts. The document provides tools and resources on how to go about evaluating different HIV services.

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Measuring Apples and Oranges Seminar

Measuring Apples and Oranges: How do We Comprehensively Evaluate our Varied Services?

These PowerPoint slide handouts are from a 2012 United States Conference on AIDS seminar.

Most HIV prevention organizations struggle to evaluate the comprehensive impact of the wide variety of programs and services they provide. How do we compare apples and oranges? How do we synthesize the varied evaluation and reporting requirements that are often specific to individual services or programs?

Fact Sheet

Overview of Comprehensive Risk Counseling and Services

This brief document explains Comprehensive Risk Counseling and Services (CRCS), formerly known as Prevention Case Management. Topics include: the most appropriate clients for CRCS, how it works, best practices for a successful CRCS program and additional resources. This informational sheet was designed to accompany two online training modules related to High Impact HIV Testing: *Best Practices for High Impact CTR and Rapid Testing Programs*, and *New HIV Testing Models and Algorithms*.

Fact Sheet

Overview of HIV Counseling, Testing, and Referral

This brief document explains an effective HIV testing strategy, in the context of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s High Impact HIV Prevention approach. Topics include: HIV testing key terms, the eight core elements of CTR, a list things to do when offering HIV testing services and additional resources. This informational sheet was designed to accompany two online training modules related to High Impact HIV Testing: *Best Practices for High Impact CTR and Rapid Testing Programs*, and *New HIV Testing Models and Algorithms*.

E-Learning

Online Training: Treatment as Prevention

This online training is part of a series of online trainings explaining new directions in HIV Prevention as put forth in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) new High Impact HIV Prevention approach.

E-Learning

Online Training: Linkage to Care

This online training is part of a series of online trainings explaining new directions in HIV prevention as put forth in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) new High Impact HIV Prevention approach. This online training focuses on the new emphasis on Linkage to Care as an essential component of High Impact HIV Prevention.

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Webinar: Linkage to Care

**Part II of the High Impact HIV Prevention: What Does it Really Mean? Webinar Series**

This one-hour webinar will focus on the current shift in High Impact HIV Prevention to focus on HIV treatment as an essential component of HIV prevention. Topics will include: an overview of the importance of linkage to care for people with HIV, presentation of effective linkage to care models including the ARTAS intervention, and discussion of the concept of “treatment as prevention”, including effective medication adherence interventions.