CDC will provide funds to states and limited local Health Departments to work in collaboration with external partners throughout the health care system, and other stakeholders as relevant, to 1) conduct a situational analysis in their jurisdiction to include a) number and description of clinical and other settings that can provide CDC/USPSTF recommended testing and linkages to care and treatment services related to hepatitisC virus (HCV) and hepatitis B virus (HBV) testing and, b) based on this analysis, assess the quality of current HCV and HBV testing and detection activities in each sett
The purpose of this announcement is to solicit applications for the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB), AIDS Education and Training Center National Clinician Consultation Center (AETC NCCC), a component of the HRSA AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC) Program.
The purpose of this FOA is to provide comprehensive and cost-effective capacity building and implementation of national surveillance surveys and impact evaluations of CDC-supported activities in Malawi. Through this FOA, the awardee will support the MOH and PHIM to build sustainable long-term capacity for the generation and use of surveillance data.
This report highlights opportunities for health department infectious disease programs to address a range of drug user health issues, identifies potential collaborators and provides recommendations for health department programs to consider to best meet the comprehensive health needs of people who inject drugs.
This report outlines opportunities for leadership engagement that promotes core public health, with case examples specific to STD prevention. The opportunities in this report fall under four areas: partnerships, payment, workforce, and surveillance.
This information sheet discusses the disproportionate HIV rates in the African American community in Texas. It also talks about treatment, awareness of the epidemic, and what is being done to combat further transmission.
This report, based on a rapid community assessment, is meant to be a guide for improvements in HIV prevention, treatment,and supportive services for the Latino gay, bisexual, and men who have sex with men in the Twin Cities metro area. The assessment was taken from from 22 interviews with Latino gay or bisexual men, and transgender women (Latino GBT), 13 of which were living with HIV/AIDS.
This report discusses the structural barriers in correctional facilities when dealing with HIV and inmates. It states that four times as many people in prison have HIV than in the general population, which is a concern for everyone, not just those in prison.