Tag: National HIV/AIDS Strategy
“That which is measured and reported improves exponentially.” Pearson’s Law illuminates the importance of using data to help give direction to the National HIV/AIDS Strategy to reduce new infections, improve outcomes of care, and reduce HIV-related health disparities. The seven core data indicators approved by the HHS will help to standardize data collection and simplify [...]
Join today’s webinar in action here! “Will Data Indicators Help Our AIDS Effort?” Wednesday November 28, 2012 In July, HHS Secretary Sebelius approved seven indicators as the key, common and core elements for measuring progress or need in the domestic HIV/AIDS response. Two years after the release of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, the White House [...]
Where is the progress for women in the recently released 2 year Progress Report on the National HIV/AIDS Strategy?
This piece has been re-posted from Positive Women’s Network, a partner of HIV Prevention Justice Alliance. By Naina Khanna July 13, 2012 marked the two-year release of President Obama’s National HIV/AIDS Strategy, and the 19th International AIDS Conference (“AIDS 2012”) started less than ten days later. The first such conference to take place on U.S. [...]
The National HIV/AIDS Strategy is hittin’ the road! You’re receiving this because you live within driving distance of an upcoming National HIV/AIDS Strategy Implementation Dialogue. This series of community forums present YOU with a special opportunity to impact how the NHAS is being rolled-out on the ground. Find out about upcoming events in Philadelphia (this [...]