Health & Education Resources for PLHIV
When greeting others, be mindful of language. Shifting to gender-inclusive language respects and acknowledges the gender identities of all people and removes assumption.
The SOGIE Astronaut is a galaxy of limitless possibilities.
Human rights-related barriers (HIV-related stigma and discrimination; punitive laws,
policies and practices; and gender inequality and gender-based violence) continue
to keep people in need from accessing vital HIV services. These barriers can be
overcome by implementing and scaling up recognized, well-defined and evidence-based
HIVMA created this document as a reference for HIV clinicians and educators across the trainee and provider continuum to help improve the delivery of HIV care and prevention. The resources include guidelines, clinical decision-making tools, continuing education...
Check out our list of Public Health schools by clicking the View Resource button below. This is a great resource for Rapid Response organizing, presentations, & educational opportunities.
Check out this great webinar on community-driven harm reduction, public health & policy, & national trends in syringe access by clicking the View Resource button below.
"We at the Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance (GMSH) are pleased to announce the official launch of The Sex You Want. A campaign aimed at getting cisgender and transgender gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men preventing, testing, and treating HIV and other...
Networks of people living with HIV in the United States have come together as the U.S. People Living with HIV Caucus (HIV Caucus) to outline our policy agenda for the federal response to the HIV epidemic. People living with HIV networks are organized formations...
"An estimated 50% of people living with HIV (PLHIV) globally are unaware of their status. Among those who know their HIV status, many do not receive antiretroviral therapy (ART) in a timely manner, fail to remain engaged in care, or do not achieve sustained viral...
Are you uninsured? If you do have health coverage, are your prescription co-pays or other co-insurance costs prohibitively expensive? Or does your health plan come with high medication deductibles that you can’t afford? Help may be available, click the View Resource...
Click the View Resource button below to check out HIV/AIDS-related memoirs & autobiographies.
This quick reference chart from our partners at POZ compares available HIV medication options, including dosing info. To view the full chart, click the View Resource button.
Download the resource below for a list of law schools. This is a great resource for Rapid Response organizing, presentations, educational opportunities, & pro bono opportunities.