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Using Videos to Reach Communities of Color in Ohio

AIDS Resource Center Ohio

Today we share the second story from the new media planning projects supported by AIDS.gov in summer 2013. To read earlier posts in this series, click here. AIDS Resource Center (ARC) Ohio  launched a video production project to help increase awareness of ARC Ohio’s testing, medical and prevention services. We recorded video narratives of individuals…

Working Toward Health Equity

Wayne Daffus

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Office of Health Equity in CDC’s National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP). To commemorate this milestone event, CDC hosted international, national, and local leaders in health equity to provide their perspectives on achievements, strategies, and goals…

3 Social Media Trends for 2014 and What They Mean for the HIV Community

Computer keyboard with 2014 key

Around this time each year, the media, blogs, and Twitter are full of predictions and trends for the new year. It can be a challenge to keep up with all the new developments and emerging tools. Last Friday—as we do every week—I sat down with Michelle Samplin-Salgado, AIDS.gov’s New Media Strategist, to discuss the basics…

With Gratitude for Dr. Colfax’s Service

President Obama greets Grant Colfax and Gayle Smith of the National Security Council as Valerie Jarrett looks on.

As his tenure as Director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy comes to a close this week, we extend our sincere appreciation to Dr. Grant Colfax for his service. Appointed by President Obama as his lead advisor on domestic HIV/AIDS in 2012, Dr. Colfax has since been responsible for overseeing implementation of…

Pew Report: African Americans and Technology Use

African American Twitter Use

Earlier this week, the Pew Internet and American Life Project  released a new report  on African Americans and technology use based on a survey of American adults. This report is the first in a series of reports looking at technology use among different demographic groups across the United States. We asked Meico M. Whitlock, Senior Manager…

New Analysis Estimates the Number of People with HIV Who Could Gain New Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act

Featured image KFF report cover

A new analysis  by the Kaiser Family Foundation  in conjunction with researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides the first national estimates of the expected impact of the Affordable Care Act’s coverage expansions on people with HIV. It is based on nationally representative data from the CDC’s Medical Monitoring Project (MMP), a surveillance…

Reaching Aging Adults Living with or at Risk of HIV, A New Media and Technology Strategy

THE AIDS INSTITUTE LOGO

Editor’s Note: Our July 23, 2013 post announced support for 10 organizations serving communities of color, other communities at highest risk of HIV, and people living with HIV with the intent to stimulate and support new media planning. Today we start an intermittent series of posts to feature the varied experience of each organization as each…

Encouraging First-Year Results for the “Increasing Access to HIV Care and Treatment” Initiative

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Two years ago on World AIDS Day, President Obama announced $50 million to increase the number of people living with HIV who are linked to and retained in HIV care and treatment. Of that $50 million, $15 million was directed to the Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program’s Part C. Starting…

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