This new toolkit brings together a range of resources about meeting the special reproductive health and healthcare needs of people living with HIV. Click here to view resources.
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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The HIV and Preconception Care Toolkit was developed with the aim of helping HIV primary care providers to address reproductive health issues with their patients, including preconception care, family planning and safer conception for HIV sero-discordant couples. The materials were developed by the François-Xavier Bagnoud Center in collaboration with members of CDC's Expert Panel for Preconception and Reproductive Health of HIV-Infected Persons and CDC's EMCT Stakeholder Group on Family Planning and Preconception Care.
The toolkit includes training slides; a recorded webinar; healthcare worker job aids (including an algorithm on preconception counseling and care and a provider's guide to preconception counseling); and educational materials for patients.
Development of these materials was made possible by the Cooperative Agreement #5U65PS000815-03 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
To order any of the HIV and Preconception Care Toolkit materials, download an order form here.
Provides information to pregnant women with HIV infection; discusses recommended antiretroviral therapy to improve maternal health and reduce perinatal HIV transmission. Written at a US grade 6 reading level. Download the PDF.
A patient targeted brochure that answers questions about preconception health and its importance. This trifold brochure covers such patient questions as:
This brochure lists preconception health care websites patients can access for further information.
A postcard for patients that encourages them to take steps to ensure they stay healthy. One side with advice for women and the other side for men. Download the postcard
To order printed postcards, download an order form here.
Slide sets with extensive speaker notes for use by healthcare providers to educate others on current antiretroviral management of HIV exposed adults, adolescents, children, infants and pregnant women.
The National HIV Curriculum offers FREE CME/CEU training for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and pharmacists, and is appropriate for clinicians of all levels – from novice to expert – as well as health profession faculty and students. It is comprised of six modules, each representing a different core competency identified as essential by HIV care experts, and is designed to inform and update healthcare professionals about national guideline recommendations for quality HIV infection prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.
The goal of this curriculum is to provide an evidence-based online curriculum for healthcare providers and trainers of healthcare providers to increase their knowledge on human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) co-infection among people of color in the United States and its territories. Topics covered include prevention, screening, diagnosis and treatment recommendations as well as barriers and other co-factors that may impede optimal treatment outcomes for co-infected people of color.
This manual was developed to provide HIV/AIDS clinicians with ready access to practical, current, treatment information so that they may provide quality care to people living with HIV.
Written and edited by expert clinicians who are part of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWP) system, this document reflects the broad clinical expertise within the RWP.
Individual chapters are linked to related Health Resources and Services Administration HIV/AIDS Bureau Performance Measures, and where appropriate, are based on the various Department of Health and Human Services' clinical guidelines panels' recommendations.
Ring-bound, 8.5 x 11" cards, developed in collaboration with the NJ Department of Human Services, Child Protection and Permanency (CP&P), Child Health Unit. For printed copies, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.