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Expanding Your Reach to End the HIV Epidemic: Community Engagement Toolkit

National Minority AIDS Council
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This toolkit is designed to provide practical information and tools to assist HIV Planning Groups and Health Departments in implementing the Community Engagement process described in CDC's 2012 HIV Planning Guidance. The toolkit: describes CDC expectations for community engagement; summarizes community engagement theory, concepts, principles, and models, from public health and human service perspectives; presents a process for developing and implementing community engagement strategies, appropriate roles and responsibilities; presents examples of effective community engagement approaches and strategies; includes several practical tools to support the community engagement process; and lists references and resources, with Internet links.
Disease
Year of Publication
2014
Physical Description
96 p.: col.; graphs, ill., refs.

Last Updated Date: 

9/18/15

Publication ID: 

36209