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June 2022

NPIN Puts the “Social” in Social Media

NPIN strives to bring partners, clinicians, and other interested parties to the table and reaches out through many avenues. This includes NPIN Facebook and Twitter.

Social Resources

Last year, NPIN social media was a primary tool to spread the word about #MyVoiceMyAction, the World AIDS Day campaign. This promotional campaign resulted in a global response linking the hashtag with personal efforts and accounts of ending the HIV epidemic. Earlier this year, NPIN highlighted new and popular materials for awareness observances and specific events contained in the NPIN Database on social media. This month, NPIN will recognize LGBTQ+ Pride Month to share important messages to reduce HIV stigma and address testing, prevention, and treatment.

We encourage you to use the resources we share during Pride. Facebook and Twitter are not called social media for nothing. We encourage our followers to interact with our posts and accounts. Did you see a tweet about the NPIN Community and want to ask for a demo? Tag us on Twitter! Did a Facebook post remind you of a resource your organization wants to share? Reply or mention NPIN and tell us about it!

Maybe you just want to see more posts with cute kittens or puppies. That’s valid, too. Social media isn’t a billboard, it’s a conversation. So let’s talk! Have a wonderful Pride season!

New & Notable

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

Local Health Department Leadership in the Prevention & Elimination of Hepatitis — National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO)

WHO HIV Tx App — World Health Organization (WHO)

States Must Act Against Viral Hepatitis Now to Eliminate the Ongoing Epidemic by 2030 — National Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD)

Materials Spotlight

June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month. Here are some of the most popular LGBTQ+-focused resources from NPIN’s Materials Database.

Sexual Health eLearning Module — Denver Prevention Training Center & National LGBT Health Education Training Center

Featured Campaigns & Resources

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

CDC's National HIV Testing Day toolkit includes social media messages for many audiences across platforms. The 2022 theme for National HIV Testing Day is “HIV Testing is Self-Care.”

New patient and provider education materials for CDC’s Think. Test. Treat TB campaign are available in 7 languages, including English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Ilocano, Marshallese, and Tagalog.

CDC's Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (HECAT) helps school administrators evaluate the quality of their health education curriculum. A series of videos explaining recent HECAT updates is forthcoming.

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