African Americans

Resources: 18

Black Americans and HIV/AIDS

Excerpt from 4-page fact sheet:

Black Americans have been disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS since the epidemic’s beginning, and that disparity has deepened over time. Blacks account for more new...

Publication Date
02/07/2020
Review Date
10/19/2021

HIV Resource Library

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 li...

Publication Date
05/27/2021

PODCAST: HIV and Aging

Learning Objectives:

After this learning session, attendees will be able to:

  1. Understand the structure and scope of the VA Aging Cohort Study.
  2. Summarize findings on aging with HIV and HIV prevention durin...
Publication Date
03/15/2022
Review Date
03/15/2022

Resources: 8

Recording: PrEP at Home Webinar

In this webinar, Dr. Ken Mayer and Julian Dormitzer, NP, address telePrEP and the PrEP at home model for LGBTQIA+ patients. The webinar covers the basics of starting and monitoring PrEP with an at-hom...

Publication Date
04/29/2020
Review Date
05/18/2021

Articles: 2

Integrating Behavioral Health and Clinical Care to End the HIV Epidemic among Black Men who have Sex with Men

Black men who have sex with men (BMSM) are more affected by HIV than any other group in the United States. In spite of recent incremental progress to reduce the rate of increase in new HIV infections, Black men continue to account for the largest proportion of new HIV diagnoses among MSM. Not only a...

Sarah
Hodge
Deja
Robinson
Ashani
Johnson-Turbes
Shauna
St. Clair Flemming

Resiliency of Black Women with HIV

(Cross-posted from TargetHIV)

BWF Sites Come Together to Celebrate the Resiliency of Black Women with HIV

To be resilient is to withstand and recover from difficult situations. For Black women with HIV, resilience is often expected but is rarely celebrated. In June 2022, staff from Grady Health System...

Bria
Mirante