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HIV/AIDS Digital Media

                                                

Welcome to NPIN’s digital media library for HIV/AIDS. View our collection of widgets, logos, banners, and badges to add a customized touch to your website and promotional materials. Send a special health-related message to colleagues and partners with our eCards. Search by tool type or topic to start discovering available resources.

HIV Screening. Standard Care. (Serostatus Matters)

HIV Screening. Standard Care. (Focus on African American and Hispanic/Latino Patients)

NPIN GetTested Widget

Find an HIV testing site near you.

Mini GetTested Widget

Enter your zip to find HIV or STD testing sites.

AAA PrEP Locator Widget

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis is a pill for those at high risk for HIV. Taken daily, it can block HIV.

StartTalking PrEP Locator Widget

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis is a pill for those at high risk for HIV. Taken daily, it can block HIV.

PrEP Locator Widget

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) can protect against HIV infection when used daily as prescribed.

NPIN Customizable HIV, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Testing and Treatment Widget

This widget provides access to HIV, viral hepatitis, STD, and TB testing and treatment service sites. You can set the widget to display results from your state, and select the focus – particular disease or diseases and specific services. Several design options and sizes are available. The customizable title and description fields allow you to brand the widget.

HIV Treatment Works Infographic

Details new HIV infections in the United State, 2010 from CDC.

HIV Treatment Works Banner

Promote CDC's campaign to overcome barriers to get people living with HIV in care and to stay on treatment.  Find more banners.

We Can Stop HIV One Conversation at a Time Poster

Promote discussion about HIV/AIDS in Latino communities. Find more campaign posters from CDC.

We Can Stop HIV One Conversation at a Time Banner

Promote discussion about HIV/AIDS in Latino communities. Find more campaign banners from CDC.

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