Prescribe HIV Prevention is part of CDC’s Act Against AIDS communication campaign designed to help reduce HIV incidence in the United States. The Prescribe HIV Prevention program helps healthcare providers use PrEP and PEP to prevent new HIV infections and improve health outcomes for patients at high risk for acquiring HIV infection.
This information sheet discusses two successful prevention campaigns in Oregon and Alaska. Oregon’s syphilis prevention campaign SyphAware provided ads that were placed on buses, trains and light rail cars around Portland. Alaska’s Wrap It Up campaign to curb high chlamydia rates was targeted to teens and young adults.
This guide provides the latest information and resources for taking a sexual history, improving delivery of chlamydia screening and retesting, ensuring that screening and testing for chlamydia become routine practice, and providing confidential care to adolescents.
AIDSVu offers a variety of ready-made materials and data sets to help illustrate the impact of HIV in the United States. This report presents the state of HIV/AIDS in the United States using 2012 data.