HIV Care Tools – A New Resource for Ending the HIV Epidemic


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The AETC Program's new resource combines the most up-to-date, HIV screening, prevention, and care resources in one mobile app, to provide access to essential point-of-care information and expert clinical support with just one touch.


HIV Care Tools is for busy clinicians from novice-to-expert, clinic staff & team members, pharmacists, and health profession students, residents & fellows. It can be used in a range of clinical settings including emergency departments, primary care, and STD & reproductive health clinics. The app is efficient, easy to use, free to download, and available for Apple and Android devices.

A trusted source for expert content, the app includes carefully curated reference materials, tools, and resources created by the AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC) Program and other federally funded programs. Developed by the AETC National Coordinating Resource Center (NCRC) with Ending the HIV Epidemic initiative funding, its content supports the initiative’s four pillars: diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and responding quickly to outbreaks. In this first version you will find:

  • Quick Guides
  • Screening Tools
  • Clinical Calculators
  • Access to Phone-based HIV Clinician-to-Clinician Consultation
  • AETC Program Directory

No WIFI? No problem! The app was designed with clinicians caring for people with or at risk for HIV anywhere in the United States (U.S.) and its territories in mind. After the initial download, its content can be retrieved on or offline. This means providers in rural and remote areas have the same easy access to the app’s information as providers in large cities and suburban towns.

Help us spread the word. Because HIV Care Tools is free and accessible anywhere, all healthcare providers throughout the U.S. and its territories should know about this exciting new resource, and we would like your help spreading the word.

  • For easy sharing among colleagues and networks, simply copy and paste the link from our launch announcement into a post or an email.
  • For more targeted sharing, we created the HIV Care Tools Promo Kit, a series of drag-and-drop campaign resources optimized for websites, presentations, and social platforms. The kit includes download buttons, a promotional video and slide set, app screenshots, and social media campaign images.

Learn more. Visit for more information and to stay abreast of future updates and new features.

  • About Judy Collins, BA

    Judy Collins, Marketing Coordinator, joined the AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC) Program in 2011. She manages the AETC National Coordinating Resource Center’s (NCRC’s) e-marketing initiatives and social media platforms, the AETC NCRC blog ShareSpot, and the HIV Care Conversations podcast. She facilitates resource development and website maintenance and implements and evaluates strategies to promote and disseminate AETC Program information and materials nationally.

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