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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 credits for physicians, PAs, and APNs are available.

Visit the curriculm site by clicking here.

HIV/HCV Co-infection: An AETC National Curriculum

The curriculum consists of 6 competences and provides free, evidence-based training for healthcare providers and trainers of healthcare providers to increase their knowledge on HIV/HCV co-infection among people of color in the U.S. and its territories. FREE online CME/CNE credits are available. Visit the curriculum site by clicking here.

HIV Epidemic Rapid Response Toolkit

In response to newly identified, community-based HIV epidemics, the following AETC Program and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention resources have been identified for public health workers and clinical providers to be used at the point-of-care, as self-study guides or as reference tools for training.

To view the toolkit, click 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!

This edition of NJ HIVLinks features Updates from the HIV Drug Development Pipeline – 2019.

The 2019 Winter issue of NJ HIVLinks contains a feature article on Updates from the HIV Drug Development Pipeline 2019. Practice Tips include the Reverse Sequence Syphilis Testing: A Brief Overview for HIV Providers; Using Self-Administered Rifapentine and INH 12 Dose Regimen to Treat Latent TB Infection; Transitioning from PEP to PrEP Another Strategy. Our Spotlight features HIV and Nutrition: Is the Mediterranean Diet Good for People with HIV? and Jackie: There is Still Life.

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