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AIDS.gov Communications Advisor 

Highlights from the National Transgender Health Summit

JoAnne Keatley

What do empowerment, discrimination, data, and health have in common? They are several of the many themes we heard throughout the National Transgender Health Summit that took place in San Francisco earlier this month. The Center of Excellence for Transgender Health (CoE) organized this groundbreaking two-day Summit that brought together healthcare providers, health profession students, researchers, and…

Highlights from the White House Meeting for National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Regan Hofmann and Susannah Fox

Last month I attended a White House meeting for National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (March 11). This meeting brought together leaders from across the country and focused on where the response is today when it comes to HIV among women and girls in the U.S. After the event I spoke with some of…

Taking Action for National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: What can you do?

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March 10 National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

March 10 is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD). This annual observance encourages people to take action around HIV and to educate each other about the epidemic’s impact on women and girls. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), “Women and girls of color—especially black women and girls—bear a…

2011 AIDS.gov Communication Strategy: Our Guiding Philosophy, Audiences, Activities, and More

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Behind the scenes at AIDS.gov, we use an internal working plan to guide our ongoing communication activities and special initiatives. Recently, our team sat down to update our 2010 plan. It was a useful exercise for us to stop and look back at where we’ve been over the past year and discuss where we want…

A Deciding Moment for America

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Deciding Moments

This month marks Black History Month and includes the observance of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (February 7). According to the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, Black Americans are disproportionally affected by HIV and "prevention efforts should acknowledge the heavy burden of HIV among Black Americans and target resources appropriately". I spoke with colleagues from Greater Than…

Future Federal Directions in Mobile Technology and Health

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Katelyn Sabochik, Audie Atienza

Co-authored by Michele Clark, Managing Director What is the role of mobile technology in Federal government health communication? Where are we going? At last week's Federal HIV/AIDS Web Council (FHAWC) meeting, we asked four of the leading voices in mobile and public health these questions. We heard from the White House, General Services Administration (GSA)…

Which of our Blog Posts and Videos Do YOU View? Looking Back at 2010

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2010

As the AIDS.gov blog's fourth year begins, we at AIDS.gov are taking time to reflect on 2010 and look to the year ahead. As we continue to integrate monitoring and evaluation into our work, we thought that the New Year provided a nice benchmark to look more closely at our blog. For us, the blog…

Facing AIDS for World AIDS Day 2009: How You Can Take Action with One Photo

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Tree Alexander at USCA

Co-authored by Josie Halpern-Finnerty If a picture says a thousand words, how much would a picture of you wearing a red ribbon and holding a sign that says you’re “Facing AIDS for World AIDS Day” say? Could it help end stigma? Promote HIV testing? We think so – and we need your help. Last week…

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