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Committed to improving the health of vulnerable women, children, youth, and families - including those infected and affected by HIV - and to building capacity in the communities and systems that serve them.

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Publications and Presentations

cover of December 2016 issue of Public Health Reports Perinatal HIV Exposure Surveillance and Reporting in the United States, 2014

Kathleen A. Brady, Deborah S. Storm, Azita Naghdi, Toni Frederick, Jessica Fridge, Mary Jo Hoyt
DOI: 10.1177/0033354916681477 | First Published December 12, 2016

Nelson J, Kinder A, Satcher Johnson A, Hall HI, Hu X, Sweet D, et al. Differences in selected HIV care continuum outcomes among people residing in rural, urban, and metropolitan areas – 28 United States jurisdictions. Journal of Rural Health. 2016. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

Spach DH, Wood BR, Karpenko A, Unruh KT, Kinney RG, Roscoe C, Nelson J. (2016). Creating a national HIV curriculum. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 27(3): 261-273. doi: 10.1016/j.jana.2016.02.002
View the article here.

Willard S, Nelson J, Reyes D, Linn A. (2016). Advancing HIV nursing practice: The doctor of nursing practice HIV specialty at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 27(3): 234-239. doi: 10.1016/j.jana.2016.02.007
View the article here.

Nelson J. November 12, 2016. Rebuilding the National HIV Workforce. Presentation given at the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care 2016 Annual Conference. Atlanta, GA.

LGBTQ Patient Care chapter added to textbook

Cover of Primary Care A Collaborative PracticeA new chapter titled LGBTQ Patient Care authored by Mary DiGiulio, Peter Oates & Wendy Ritch was added to the 2017 Elsevier textbook: Primary Care A Collaborative Practice, 5th edition by Buttaro, Trybulski, Polgar-Bailey & Sandberg-Cook.


The Effects of Stigma on People Living with HIV in Rural America

This video debuted at the 2016 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care & Treatment in Washington, DC (August 23-26, 2016). It was directed, edited and produced by the François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for the AETC Program and its Rural Health Committee members. The video highlights HIV-related stigma people living with HIV still face in accessing healthcare services in 2016 in rural America. This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). It is available with both English and Spanish closed captioning.


Why support the FXB Center?

We provide interdisciplinary, compassionate care to all of our clients and their families. We reach some of the most vulnerable populations in New Jersey including people living with HIV and children in the foster care system. We have shared our lessons learned over the past 30 years by educating health care providers, informing public policy, and building coalitions throughout New Jersey, nationally, and globally. Together, we aim to eliminate barriers to high-quality health care for those in greatest need. DONATE TODAY!


The Summer 2017 digital issue of NJ HIVLinks, the HIV, STD, and TB news and information semiannual journal for health professionals is now available to download. This issue features an article, on "The Challenging Impact of Infection-Related and Untreated Malignancies in Persons Living with HIV." Other articles include "Diagnosing/Assessing Neurocognitive Issues in Adults Living with HIV", "Introducing the AETC National HIV Curriculum", and "Global Crossroads Seminar". Don't miss out on this issue. Click here to fill in the online form to continue your digital subscription of NJ HIV Links


Click her for pdf flyer of this webinarIs It Safe? Safety Surveillance through the Antiretroviral Pregnancy Registry

This webinar is provided FREE by the CDC's Elimination of Perinatal HIV Transmission Stakeholders Group.

To view this previously recorded webinar click here.

Click her for pdf flyer of this webinarCase Study: Using Systems Thinking as a Tool to Identify Gaps in Prevention of Perinatal HIV Transmission

This webinar is provided FREE by the CDC's Elimination of Perinatal HIV Transmission Stakeholders Group.

To view this previously recorded webinar click here.

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