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  1. 513 reads In the Know: Social Media for Public Health is a webcast series offering training on use of social media channels (Twitter, LinkedIn and Slideshare, Gaming and Mobile, Facebook and Image Sharing, Google+ and YouTube, Measurement and Evaluation)....
    News Article published on 03/13/2013

  2. 27 reads Read about the increasingly mobile landscape of technology and new tools and  techniques evolve on how best to use social media to educate, teach and reach.  The February 2015 issue of HRSA CAREAction also features Ryan White grantee Boston Health...
    News Article published on 02/24/2015

  3. 331 reads HRSA has issued two Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs) for a new Special Projects of National Significance Program (SPNS) initiative entitled Use of Social Media to Improve Engagement, Retention, and Health Outcomes along the HIV Care...
    News Article published on 02/03/2015

  4. 443 reads Facebook users really liked a HRSA infographic on the results of an initiative to engage more people into HIV/AIDS care, according to the AIDS.Gov Blog, New Media School , January 14, 2014 issue. Put aside for a moment the popularity contest of...
    News Article published on 01/21/2014

  5. 325 reads Speak Up is a project to report problems (as well as success stories) with accessing HIV care with health plans, including new Affordable Care Act health plans. Share your feedback in terms of: Getting prescription drugs. Accessing primary care....
    News Article published on 05/13/2014

  6. 196 reads The National Quality Center (NQC) has released Positively, a comprehensive set of HIV self-management videos, features testimonials, conversations, narrative, and animation to provide key messages about HIV and emphasize health literacy concepts....
    News Article published on 07/13/2014