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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.

FXB Center Program Websites

AETC National HIV Curriculum

FREE online CME/CEU Training for Physicians, PAs, APNs, and Pharmacists

Visit the curriculm site by clicking here.

HIV/HCV Co-infection: An AETC National Curriculum

Covering 6 Core Competencies
  1. Epidemiological background of HIV/HCV co-infection in the US
  2. Primary and secondary prevention of viral hepatitis among PLWH in the US
  3. Screening, testing and diagnosis of HCV infection among PLWH
  4. HCV treatment guidelines for adults (≥18 years) living with HIV
  5. Recommendations for subpopulations of HIV/HCV co-infected persons
  6. Recommendations to address barriers related to screening, testing, treatment and care of HCV co-infected PLWH

Visit the curriculum site by clicking here.

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. Over the past 30 years FXB Center has conducted applied research with the goal of creating a lasting impact on the physical and mental health of disenfranchised groups served, provided continuing education and training of health care providers working in the fields of HIV and child welfare nursing, built coalitions, and informed policy throughout New Jersey, nationally, and globally. Together, we aim to eliminate barriers to high-quality health care for those in greatest need. DONATE TODAY!

Introducing NJ HIVLinks Newsletter for primary care providers

The Fall 2017 issue of NJ HIVLinks Newsletter contains HIV, STD and TB news and information for the primary care provider. It includes articles such as "People Living with HIV Need Health Care Coverage, "Routine Screening for HIV in Primary Care", "How Do Providers Discuss and Screen STDs?", "HIV STD Partner Services in New Jersey", and more. Don't miss out on this issue. Click here to fill in the online form to continue your digital subscription of NJ HIV Links Magazine and NJ HIV Links Newsletter.

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