Retention In Care

Active Resources: 63

Prevention & Testing Guidelines (PEP, PrEP, PWP)

Training Program Tools

Articles: 8

  • in+care Campaign: Keeping Patients in Care and in Good Health

    Michael Hager's picture

    The in+care Campaign is a multi-year effort managed by the National Quality Center and sponsored by the Health Resources Services Administration HIV/AIDS Bureau. It is designed to bring together local, regional and national organizations that are focused on improving...

  • Using Technology to Promote Engagement in Care

    Lisa Hightow-Weidman's picture

    How many of you are currently reading this blog on your phones? Wait! Don’t answer that. Just the fact that you are reading this and not playing Bejeweled means we are off to a great start. However, if you are using your cell phone to access the internet, you aren’t alone. As of May 2013, 85% of...

  • Getting Started Using the AETC Engagement in Care Toolkit

    In January 2013, the AIDS Education and Training Center National Resource Center (AETC NRC) hosted the training exchange Guidelines for Improving Entry Into and Retention in Care and ARV Adherence for Persons with HIV. This training exchange featured presentations on the latest evidence...

  • Improving Engagement and Retention in Care at your Clinic: A CDC Study

    Marla Corwin's picture

    Two goals of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, reducing HIV incidence, and increasing access to care/optimizing outcomes, can be strongly and positively affected by engaging and retaining HIV-infected patients in clinical care. Why has this been so challenging? A glance at the Spectrum of...

  • HIV and Jails: SPNS Launches Training Guides and Webinar Series

    Sarah Cook-Raymond's picture

    Approximately 85 percent of incarcerated persons pass solely through jails. Each year there are nearly 13 million jail admissions—representing 9 to 10 million unique persons annually—in the United States. This equates to more than 4 percent of the U.S. adult population passing through a jail in...

  • Innovative Approaches to Engaging Hard-to-Reach Populations Living with HIV/AIDS into Care

    Sarah Cook-Raymond's picture

    From the Ryan White All-Grantee Meeting to the International AIDS Conference to the in+care Campaign, from case conferencing to the water cooler, the “treatment cascade” seemed to have everyone, everywhere talking.  The numbers were even explored right here on ShareSpot, too! So what can we do...

  • Engagement in HIV Care: Glass Half Empty…or Half Full?

    Michael Mugavero's picture

    Among the 1.1 million Americans living with HIV infection in the United States, only 25% are virally suppressed. Depicted as the “treatment cascade,” individuals must navigate a series of steps starting with HIV testing and diagnosis, initial linkage to medical care among those who test positive...

  • Cultural Competence and its Impact on HIV Disparity

    Goulda Downer's picture

    An increasingly diverse population continues to challenge the American health care system as it struggles to deliver quality health care to all.  One consequence of this is increased health disparities and inequities, particularly within racial and ethnic minority communities. Research shows a...

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6/14
Faith Based HIV Symposium
6/15
2017 Greater New York ANAC Conference: Be Safe. Be Smart. Be Informed. Rethinking HIV Prevention
6/19
Creating a Safety Net to Enhance Postpartum Retention in HIV Care: Tools and Resources for Providers
Event type: Webinars
11/16
National Rural Health Day
Event type: Awareness Days