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  1. Health department efforts to stem HIV and viral hepatitis are highlighted in an ongoing series by the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD). ...
    News Article updated on 02/08/2017

  2. HIV/AIDS agencies interested in restructuring their operations in response to funding and other challenges can apply for up to $50,000 to help them undertake sector transformation projects. ...
    News Article updated on 02/13/2017

  3. This two-day interactive training in Kent, Washington will focus on building Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program-funded recipients’ and sub-recipients’ organizational fiscal management capacity and developing and enhancing operational fiscal systems to meet HRSA/ ...
    Event updated on 03/17/2017

  4. The ACE TA Center still wants to know how we can help build your organization’s health literacy and health coverage capacity! ...
    News Article updated on 02/23/2017

  5. Medical provider sites funded by the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) are invited to submit an initial Letter of Intent to participate in a new HRSA project that seeks to increase the participation of community health workers (CHWs) as part of the HIV ...
    News Article updated on 02/24/2017

  6. A recent journal article summarizes federally-funded HIV clinician training in the New England states, including a shift over time to focus more on active learning (case reviews, clinical consultations) and much less on didactic training. ...
    News Article updated on 03/17/2017

  7. Apply now to be part of the National Center for Innovation in HIV Care's three-month learning community. ...
    News Article updated on 03/17/2017

  8. TA and training with NASTAD on administration of Ryan White ADAPs and Part B planning and management. ...
    TA Program updated on 01/26/2017

  9. Assistance on administering the 340B drug discount program for eligible federal grantees. ...
    TA Program updated on 01/30/2017

  10. 1815 reads The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has released nearly $80 million in grants to increase access to HIV/AIDS care across the United States. The funding will ensure that low-income people living with HIV/AIDS continue to have ...
    News Article updated on 09/06/2012

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