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  1. The Workforce Capacity-Building SPNS Initiative is examining system-level changes in staffing structures to improve health outcomes along the HIV Care Continuum. ...
    Organization updated on 04/14/2017

  2. The SPNS Latino Initiative is exploring culturally appropriate service delivery models focused on improving health outcomes among U.S. Latinos living with HIV. ...
    Organization updated on 04/14/2017

  3. The  Systems Linkages and Access to Care Initiative  is implementing innovative and effective strategies to link and retain hard-to-reach populations into quality HIV care.   ...
    Organization updated on 04/14/2017

  4. The initiative Enhancing Engagement and Retention in Quality HIV Care for Transgender Women of Color is investigating methods to engage and retain transgender women of color into HIV/AIDS care. ...
    Organization updated on 04/14/2017

  5. AIDSinfo has updated its consumer fact sheets on HIV treatment. ...
    News Article updated on 04/17/2017

  6. According to the National Quality Center, this call will reveal the "myths and mysteries around shared decision making and practice transformation" and discuss changes being made at the provider level and their impact on practitioners and consum ...
    Event updated on 04/17/2017

  7. New online tutorials have been added to a series designed to provide the fundamentals to help consumers learn more about quality improvement and their role in HIV care. ...
    News Article updated on 04/18/2017

  8. 4459 reads Upcoming Webinars April 26, 2016: Building Consumers' Capacity to Use Their Health Coverage and Stay Enrolled Hear first-hand from a case manager, an ADAP health coverage coordinator and a state HIV program manager as they discuss strategi ...
    Basic page updated on 04/18/2017

  9. The People Living with HIV (PLHIV) Stigma Index is a tool to help parties increase their understanding of how stigma and discrimination are experienced by PLHIV. ...
    News Article updated on 04/19/2017

  10. Between 2006 and 2013, hospital stays, costs and substance abuse-related disorders among hospitalized HIV patients saw across the board drops, according to findings in HIV Hospital Stays in the United States, 2006-2013, Brief #206. ...
    News Article updated on 04/20/2017

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