New England AETC's HIV Resource Library is a compilation of curated resources and education packets on HIV, viral hepatitis, and related public health topics.
Each Library topic page is an organized list of current resources that include fact sheets, issue briefs, reports, and infographics – all annotated with concise summaries of their contents. For pages focusing on specific population groups, annotated links are also provided to the latest surveillance data, as well as population-specific guidelines for testing and care.
The Library’s topic pages are grouped into four main categories:
- HIV Testing, Prevention, and Care
- HIV in Selected Population Groups
- Health Concerns That Impact HIV Care
- Other Topics (including HIV in New England and the U.S., health literacy, and telehealth)
Twenty-five Library pages are already up and active, and several more will be added in the coming weeks.
The Library includes a ready-to-use education packet with each topic page. These frequently updated packets are in PDF format so that they can be easily downloaded or printed out – in whole or part – as handouts for providers, patients, and clients.
Topic(s): Antiretroviral Therapy, Step 1: Preventing New Infections, Postexposure Prophylaxis, Pre-exposure Prophylaxis, Step 2: Identifying Cases through HIV Testing & Diagnosis, HIV Primary Care, Substance Use Disorders, OIs & Comorbid Conditions, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Viral Hepatitis Coinfection, Adolescents and Young Adults, Adults over 50, Children (Newborn to 12 years), Racial & Ethnic Subpopulations, African Americans, Asian Americans, Latinos (U.S.), Native Americans, Sexual and Gender Minorities, Women
Resource type: Training Materials