White House Office of National AIDS Policy HIV Care Continuum Webinars

White HouseEditor’s Note: On July 15, 2013, President Obama issued an Executive Order, Accelerating Improvement in HIV Prevention and Care in the United States through the HIV Care Continuum Initiative. To learn more about the Initiative visit our HIV Care Continuum Initiative section or watch this video Exit Disclaimer.

The White House Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP) will be hosting two webcasts to gather input from stakeholders and the community on what federal agencies can do to improve outcomes along the HIV Care Continuum.

The webcasts are free, and open to the public. They will be held on Monday, September 16 and Tuesday, September 24 from 1:00 pm-2:30 pm EDT. You will be able to provide input on the questions below by calling-in or via email.


Each webcast will begin with a brief update on the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and the HIV Care Continuum and be followed by input from the participants on the questions below.

In your on-going work to implement the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, and within the framework of the Care Continuum, please be prepared to discuss the following on each webcast:

  1. What structural, policy, and programmatic actions could be taken to improve care continuum outcomes?
  2. What actions could be taken so that evidence-based interventions focusing on the care continuum are further integrated into other proven approaches to addressing HIV? (e.g., housing, substance use treatment)?
  3. What are the research gaps, including implementation research gaps, along the care continuum?
  4. What actions are needed so that care continuum data are used effectively to monitor outcomes and drive real-time change across programs?

Please go to the following URL on the day of the Webcast to be connected:

September 16

September 24



  1. James Clark says:

    I think that this is a wonderful idea and would like to thank President Obama for implementing this medium for the disemination of understanding in regards to the HIV/AIDS crisis.
    I believe this approach should be applied more broadly and see the health crisis in our republic as a growing threat to our monetary and national security. Much thanks to the President and all who’ve worked to create this program.

  2. Elizabeth Mercado says:

    hello I’m concern for my finances because of my health issues It is hard to hold on to job with fibromygia with little sleep and suffering with daily pain and depression cause feel helpless to be able to support my young son that has a future ahead of him soon to graduate from high school in two years and I’m also getting a hard time to get social security disability cause they think i’m fine cause I stop taking medicine like ten yrs ago cause of side affects has frighten me and I’m reconsidering to take medicine now. Please help me to help my son cause childsupport is not helping and i’m only living with $200.00 hundred a month with foodstamps and a voucher that pays my rent. Its there any options availiable or suggestions please inform me, thank you sincerely E.M.

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