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USCA 2014: Viral Hepatitis in the Spotlight for the First Time

Corinna Dan

Viral hepatitis has long been a concern of organizations working in the HIV/AIDS field because of high rates of co-infection. It is estimated that 10% of people living with HIV are co-infected with hepatitis B and 25% are co-infected with…

Anatomy of a Tweet

New Media | October 4, 2014 Read the full post
social media lab at usca postcard
Cross-posted from TARGET Center

AIDS.Gov  is hosting a Social Media Lab, at USCA 2014, providing TA and training on use of new media tools. In the first day of operations, around 20 people dropped by for 15-20 minute one-on-one consults. Their questions vary but fall…

USCA 2014: Federal HIV Programs in Spotlight

Douglas Brooks at USCA 2014

Federal HIV programs were in the spotlight at the 2014 U.S. Conference on AIDS as Mr. Douglas Brooks, Director of the White House Office of HIV/AIDS Policy, led a plenary session featuring representatives of a diverse array of HIV activities…

USCA 2014: Opening Day

USCA 2014 Brooks and Cheever
Cross-posted from TARGET Center: Tools for the Ryan White Community

Just days ago, a few miles north of the site of USCA 2014 in San Diego, the city held its annual AIDS Walk, an event first convened over a quarter century ago by individuals who pulled together to figure out…

USCA 2014: Spotlight on HIV in Latino Communities

latino plenary

The U.S. Conference on AIDS (USCA)  got underway in San Diego yesterday and members of the AIDS.gov team are among the participants. In the coming days, we’ll be sharing some highlights from the conference for those of our readers who are not…

From the Desk of the Secretary: The Affordable Care Act Is Working

Remarks by Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell "The Affordable Care Act is Working"
Cross-posted from HHS.gov Blog

On Tuesday, I had the opportunity to talk about the Affordable Care Act  at the Brookings Institution. When it comes to the Affordable Care Act, it’s our belief that the three most important measures are affordability, access, and quality – and that…

Secretary’s Minority AIDS Initiative Fund Supports 34 Initiatives

The Fiscal Year 2014 (FY’14) allocation of the Secretary’s Minority AIDS Initiative Fund (SMAIF) has been completed and I am pleased to share highlights with you. A total approximating $49.3 million was awarded to support 34 initiatives across 11 HHS…

Corinna Dan Reflects on Her Commitment to Fighting Viral Hepatitis and Introduces Viral Hepatitis Action Plan

Corinna Dan

Many of our colleagues in the HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis fields have both personal and professional commitments to their work, formed by diverse life experiences that continue to inspire them. Recently, we visited with our colleague Ms. Corinna Dan, R.N.,…