miércoles, 16 de marzo de 2016

HIV & AIDS in the United States Update:

HIV & AIDS inthe United States

New and Noteworthy

Doing It, the Newest Act Against AIDS Campaign

This past December, CDC launched Doing It, a new national HIV testing 
and prevention campaign designed to motivate all adults to get tested for 
HIV and know their status. Doing It’s main message isthat HIV testing 
should be a part of everyone’s regular health routine.
New Act Against AIDS logo

Act Against AIDS Has a New Look

Act Against AIDS has a new logo that includes the universal symbol of support for people living with and affected by HIV–the red ribbon. Look for it online and on your favorite Act Against AIDS campaign posters, palm cards, and brochures. More about the new design.

A New, Easy Way To Order Act Against AIDS Materials

Act Against AIDS has recently partnered with CDC INFO to provide an easy and quick way to order all of your favorite Act Against AIDS campaign materials. More about how to order materials free of charge.

In the Community

PACT Partner Profiles: National African American Tobacco Prevention Network and the National Black Justice Coalition

In honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we are pleased to showcase the efforts of ourPartnering and Communicating Together to Act Against AIDS (PACT) partners, the National African American Tobacco Prevention Network (NAATPN) and the National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC). Both are working to extend the reach of Act Against AIDS campaign materials, resources, and engagement efforts into the community. More about PACT, NAATPN, NBJC, and an interview with NBJC’s Executive Director,Sharon J. Lettman-Hicks.

Capacity-Building Assistance Provider Network

The Capacity-Building Assistance Provider Network (CPN) provides FREE programming and services to health departments, health care organizations, and community-based organizations implementing high-impact HIV prevention. More about CPN and how to access free, customized services.

Act Against AIDS in Action at the Creating Change Conference

This year’s Creating Change Conference in Chicago, January 20–24, gathered many activists from the LGBTQ community. Act Against AIDS was onsite at the conference with a booth and Doing It photo booth at the conference exhibit hall, and PACT partners sponsored several programs. More on Act Against AIDS at the Creating Change Conference.

HIV Treatment Works in Memphis: An Interview With Orisha Bowers

HIV Treatment Works campaign coordinator Orisha Bowers uses her local know-how and a deep care for the communities she serves to work with Memphis-area health and social service organizations to increase awareness of the campaign and encourage people living with HIV to get in care, stay in care, and live well. More about Orisha and her work onHIV Treatment Works. 
Orisha Bowers

Social and Digital Media Update

One Conversation at a Time animation screen shot

We Can Stop HIV One Conversation at a Time Gets Animated for Valentine’s Day

In honor of Valentine’s Day, We Can Stop HIV One Conversation at a Timelaunched three telenovela-inspired animated GIFs featuring Hispanics/Latinos having conversations around HIV prevention and safer sex. More about the GIFs and where to find them.

Clinician's Corner

Prevention Is Care to Launch Third Resource Kit

The Prevention IS Care campaign launched its third resource kit for HIV health care providers emphasizing retention in care, antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence, and practicing safer sexual behaviors. More information about the kit and included materials.
Prevention Is Care Resource Kit

Direct From the Division Director’s Office

2015 National HIV Prevention Conference

Looking Back at the National HIV Prevention Conference

The National HIV Prevention Conference on December 6–9, 2015, brought together community-based organizations and federal agencies, researchers, clinicians, people living with HIV, and others to celebrate advances in HIV prevention and treatment and to set a course for future progress toward the goal of an AIDS-free generation. More about National HIV Prevention Conference highlights.

Awareness Days

Highlights of Past Awareness Days Activities

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day—National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD) on March 10 is an annual observance to recognize the impact of HIV on women and girls. More about NWGHAAD.
National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day March 10
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness DayNational Black HIV/AIDS Awareness DayNational Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD) is a recognition of the national response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in African-American communities. More about NBHAAD.
World AIDS Day—More than 30 years after the beginning of the HIV epidemic, people across the globe come together on December 1 to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS, show support for people living with and affected by HIV, and remember those who have died from the virus. More on World AIDS Day.World AIDS Day December 1

Upcoming Awareness Days

National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (March 20)—National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NNHAAD) will take place on March 20, 2016, and promotes HIV awareness and testing in Native communities. More about NNHAAD.
National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness DayNational Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day (April 10)—April 10, National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day, is an opportunity to educate the public about the impact of HIV and AIDS on young people and to highlight the work that young people are doing to respond to the epidemic. More about National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day.
National Asian & Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (May 19)—On May 19, National Asian & Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, CDC stands with The Banyan Tree Project to observe this awareness day and to help end HIV stigma in the Asian & Pacific Islander community. More about National Asian & Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.

Act Against AIDS Contact Information

If you have any questions or comments about Act Against AIDS campaigns, or for information about cobranding campaign materials, please send an email to ActAgainstAIDS@cdc.gov or call
404–639–6080. To order Act Against AIDS materials free of charge, please visit the CDC INFO On-Demand ordering system website or call 800–CDC–INFO (800–232–4636).

Learn More About Our Campaigns

HIV Treatment WorksOne Conversation at a TimeStart Talking. Stop HIV.Let's Stop HIV Together.
HIV Screening Standard CareOne Test. Two Lives.Prevention Is CareDoing It

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