Andrea Norberg, MS, RN, Executive Director, is the principal investigator of an award totaling $6,000,000 over four years. The project, titled AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC) National Coordinating Resource Center (NCRC), is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration HIV/AIDS Bureau. The FXB Center has served as the AETC National Resource Center since 2002. This new period of funding includes opportunities to develop a national HIV curriculum and to support practice transformation in HIV clinics throughout the U.S. The AETC NCRC program team includes: John Nelson, PhD, CPNP, Program Director; Deborah Storm, PhD, MSN, RN, Director of Evaluation; Renée Powell, BS, RN, Program Manager; and Judy Collins, BA, Program Coordinator. Project partners include the UCSF Center for HIV Information, University of Washington, and International Antiviral Society-USA.
On May 27-29, 2015, Mary Jo Hoyt, MSN, Director, Education and Capacity Development, and Joanne Phillips RN, MS Education Specialist, led meetings of the CDC-sponsored Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV (EMCT) Stakeholders Group and the Expert Panel on Reproductive Health and Preconception Care for Persons Living with HIV in Washington DC in collaboration with other team members, Deborah Storm, MSN, PhD, Director for Research and Evaluation and Mascu Hill, MPH, CHES, Program Coordinator. These groups are each comprised of about 50 HIV experts from federal agencies, state and local health departments, academia, clinical care settings, consumer advocacy and national professional organizations. Ms. Hoyt summarized and shared recommendations from the meetings, which focused on existing gaps in the HIV care continuum related to women living with HIV and their partners, in a letter to Douglas Brooks, the Director of the Office of National AIDS Policy.
Mary Jo Hoyt MSN, Deborah Storm, MSN, PhD, and Joanne Phillips, RN, MS, are co-authors of recent poster presentation of initial findings from a multidisciplinary study, Assessing the Attitudes, Knowledge, Barriers, and Recommendations of Healthcare Providers on How to Best Meet the Reproductive Health Needs of Patients Living with HIV led by Sarah Finocchario-Kessler at the University of Kansas Medical Center.
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This comprehensive guide provides contact information for programs offering HIV, mental health, substance abuse, and maternal child health services across the State of New Jersey to enable providers to identify appropriate resources for women living with HIV across disciplines.
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