Join ACOG in recognizing National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on February 7, 2016. This is the 16th year of the day bringing awareness to the importance of testing, education, and support. The CDC reports that 44% of individuals who were diagnosed with HIV in 2015 were black; this represents the hightest rate of all race/ethnicities in the United States. Join us in raising awareness by educating yourself and your patients by clicking here for more information.
The HIV Testing Sites & Care Services locator is a location based search tool for finding reasources such as testing sites, care providers, health centers, behavioral health providers, housing assistance, and other services. Click hereand enter your address to see what resources exist in your community.
Please join the CDC's Elimination of Perinatal HIV Transmission Case Finding and Community Aciton Stakeholder Group in collaboration with the FIMR/HIV Prevention Methodology National Resource Ceter at CityMatCH for their upcoming webinar, "Trauma-Informed Care: An Approach to Improve Engagement of Women Living with HIV" on Thursday, November 12, 2015, Noon-1:30pm ET. The webinar will discuss how trauma impacts the lives of women living with HIV and discuss the ways in which healthcare providers can use a trauma-informed care framework to improve their work with clients who are HIV positive. Register here.