The purpose of these activities is to support the goals of the HHS Action Plan for the Prevention, Care, and Treatment of Viral Hepatitis, 2014-2016 by ensuring Hep B-infected pregnant women are identified so that their infants can receive timely post-exposure prophylaxis, improvements in post-vaccination serologic testing to improve efficiencies, and data collection to assess infant outcomes.
The purpose of this FOA is to support awards for up to 24 health departments in the United States to implement PrEP and Data to Care demonstration projects prioritizing MSM and transgender persons at high risk of HIV infection, particularly persons of color.
The purpose of this program is to strengthen the capacity of PS15-1509 funded health departments and their collaborative partners to plan, implement, and sustain (ongoing engagement, assessment, linkage, and retention) comprehensive prevention, care, behavioral health, and social services models for MSM of color at risk for and living with HIV infection.
This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) invites applications that propose to understand social determinants, that is, those social conditions and economic circumstances that influence health. In particular, this FOA solicits research to better characterize social determinants of health as they relate to HIV infection and disease outcomes.
To support research to rigorously evaluate structural, economic, environmental, or policy strategies for the primary prevention of intimate partner violence and/or sexual violence in US-based populations. The proposed research will add to the knowledge base on effective strategies for IPV and/or SV prevention.
The purpose of this cooperative agreement is to improve the effectiveness, efficiency, patient-centeredness, safety, accessibility, and equity of HIV clinical services through a variety of approaches including by building the capacity of host country health systems and/or host country government agencies responsible for improving performance.
The goal is to develop and test organizational and systems level interventions to determine how best to provide comprehensive, high quality, integrated, sustainable, cost-effective interventions to improve the health outcomes of people living with HIV/AIDS with substance use disorders and other comorbid conditions.
The purpose of this research opportunity is to rigorously evaluate innovative interventions designed for young men aged 15-24 years old to reduce their risk of fathering a teen pregnancy that can be feasibly implemented in target settings (e.g., clinics, schools, community settings, youth-serving organizations, correctional settings).
The purpose of this funding opportunity is to develop and test a mobile messaging (e.g., texting, App) HIV prevention intervention for sexually-active (i.e., had sex with a man in the prior 12 months) gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (MSM).
The grantee will conduct CDC's Positive Health Check Evaluation Trial with English-speaking people living with HIV from 3-4 diverse HIV primary care clinics in the U.S. to test if this web-based intervention improves clinical outcomes. The grantee will enroll a min. of 2,320 eligible participants (1,160 per study arm) in the study trial, with a min. of 580 to a max. of 1,160 enrolled per clinic.