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REALLY: Get Tested

I’ve seen firsthand the impact that HIV testing can have on people’s lives. My first involvement in HIV was as a volunteer HIV pretest and posttest counselor in Long Beach, California, while I was in my 20s. I talked to people who came in to get tested because they were anxious and afraid they had…

National HIV Testing Day: Deondre’s story

Tests tend to make a lot of us very nervous. Though we may study and prepare, there always seems to be some sort of anxiety or nervousness that comes with taking them. For me, it‘s the thought of not knowing 100% what the end result will be. The truth is that we don’t always get…

National HIV Testing Day 2016: Digital Communication Tools

Digital tools have transformed the ways we share HIV messages. Each HIV/AIDS observance day is an opportunity to use those tools to encourage individuals to know their HIV status and stay healthy. For National HIV Testing Day 2016 – June 27th – we want to draw attention to several digital communication tools that can support…

#NHTD Twitter Chat and Thunderclap: Are you #DoingIt?

In support of National HIV Testing Day (NHTD), CDC’s National Prevention Information Network (NPIN) will host a Twitter chat and Thunderclap, which are available to all partners. The Twitter chat will be held on June 23 from 3 to 4 p.m. EDT, and it is moderated by @CDCNPIN and Dr. Jonathan Mermin (@DrMerminCDC) , director…

Webinar with the White House: Learn about the Updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy

National HIV Testing Day is on June 27. On this observance, NMAC is working with The White House Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP) to share how communities and individuals can engage with the National HIV/AIDS Strategy: Updated to 2020. NMAC’s Communities of Conversation are monthly, interactive sessions to spotlight topics relevant to the HIV/AIDS…

Twitter Polls: Same Channel, New Engagement

AIDS.gov is always exploring how social media can amplify our engagement . Our unofficial motto is LETS (Learn, Explore, Try, Share) DO THIS! When Twitter Polls were launched in October 2015, we started watching some brands use them. Before we tried a Twitter Poll, we set three goals: First, we wanted to test the viability…

National Transgender HIV Testing Day – Chandi Moore CDC Blog & Twitter Chat Today at 3:00 PM (EST)

Editor’s Note: From CDC’s Doing It – an HIV testing and prevention campaign.   It’s Our Time – The Transgender Community and HIV/AIDS By: Chandi Moore, Health Education Associate at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles On a recent episode of ‘I am Cait,’ I shared about my past and how difficult my journey has been….

April 18: Inaugural National Transgender HIV Testing Day (NTHTD)

Transgender communities in the United States are among the groups at highest risk for HIV infection. Many of us in the transgender (trans) community have been dismayed by the continued impact of HIV and AIDS on our trans sisters and brothers. We have worked hard to address the epidemic from within—with the limited resources we’ve…