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April 2022

NPIN Offers Attention-Grabbing, Awareness-Raising Support

2022 has already proven to be a busy year for NPIN. Since January, NPIN has provided comprehensive promotional support to NCHHSTP’s five Divisions for several awareness days, weeks, and months. To support these efforts, NPIN has created dozens of social media posts, social graphics, and web banners, hosted webinars and trainings, developed and sent email blasts, and designed numerous promotional products ranging from infographics to videos.

TB Champions
Love your liver

The NPIN team was proud to support the Division of Tuberculosis Elimination in recognizing its 2022 TB Elimination Champions in advance of World TB Day. We designed shareable graphics for each of the eight champions, as well as their recognition certificates. NPIN also helped turn a video nomination into a promotional clip for the Champions and for World TB Day. 

When asked to help redesign the Hepatitis Awareness Month (May) partner toolkit for the Division of Viral Hepatitis, NPIN created both dynamic graphics, social text, and promotional assets for the Division. These included creative assets for social media, web banners, email headers, and a Zoom background.


The Division of Adolescent and School Health reached out for help promoting new research on STD testing among youth for STD Awareness Week. NPIN created a full-page infographic, which was divided into smaller graphics more suitable for social media posts, accompanied by informative, plain-language text. 

EHE Townhall

NPIN also coordinates webinars, and one of its more ambitious projects was a series of community town hall meetings for the Division of HIV Prevention. NPIN planned, promoted, and hosted several of these virtual meetings, which will continue to run throughout the year. We intend to keep working the rest of this year, and beyond, to support and spread crucial public health messaging. 


New & Notable

The following represent some of the materials recently uploaded to NPIN’s Materials Database.

Congenital Syphilis Workshop Series
People with HIV in Non-Medicaid Expansion States
Disease Intervention Specialist Interview Questions

Source: National Coalition of

STD Directors 

Source: Kaiser Family

Foundation

Source: National Coalition of

STD Directors


Materials Spotlight

The following recent resources are featured in NPIN’s Materials Database.

Source: Curry International

Tuberculosis Center

Source: NMAC

Source: AAPCHO/TB 

Elimination Alliance


New Trainings & Webinars

This 4-hour webinar focuses on understanding the insights, challenges, possible resolutions, and costs related to maintaining a skilled disease intervention specialist (DIS) workforce.


Featured Widgets & Web Services

Check out these resources from CDC programs and in NPIN’s Database.

CDC’s Think. Test. Treat TB is the first national campaign aimed at increasing diagnosis and treatment of latent TB infection. The campaign features information for healthcare providers and the public.

It’s not too late!

Find promotional resources for STD Awareness Week, including campaigns like Get Yourself Tested, Talk.Test.Treat, and the brand-new Prepare Before You’re There campaign

Toolkit for Providing HIV Prevention Services to Transgender Women of Color


This CDC-created guide advises community-based groups on providing tailored, gender-affirming outreach


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