Ensuring older adults have access to PrEP is a key step towards ending the HIV epidemic in the U.S. This webinar presents considerations around medical, counseling, and educational strategies to improve the uptake of PrEP among people aged 50 and older. It highlights the benefits and opportunities of using PrEP in this population in efforts to decrease the rate of new HIV infections among people over 50. Presenters focus on practical strategies for engaging older adults, such as culturally competent messaging and sexual history taking.
This comprehensive national survey further underscores the ongoing needs and experiences of people aging, thriving, and sometimes struggling with the HIV; many of whom are among the first generation of people diagnosed with HIV.
CDC factsheet on HIV among older Americans.
Looks at the current state of research around inflamm-aging and other age-related comorbidities in PWH.
HRSA resource explaining how Part B of the RW program (ADAP funds) works.
Examines the various comorbidities, such as chronic inflammation, associated with aging with HIV.
This editorial looks at the current state of ART, aging with HIV, and factors related to positive aging.
Examines relationships between psychological factors and successful cognitive aging in PWH.
Examines relationships between psychosocial factors, inflammatory markers, and age-related health outcomes among older PLWH.
This study looks at how social support moderates the experience of pain in people with HIV.
CDC info page on PWH concerns about COVID-19.
This article discusses different types of social networks among older adults with HIV.
This article discusses HIV prevalence in the elderly population and the present situation of continuum care for elderly HIV patients.
This webinar from the Effi Barry Training Institute details the connection between chronic inflammation and HIV infection and discusses care considerations and emerging research.
This reference guide from HRSA highlights common health and social needs of older adults with HIV, as well as screenings and assessments for these needs.
This factsheet from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) overviews socioeconomic and demographic data regarding the older adult clients of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP).
This factsheet from th
e CDC highlights HIV incidence and trends in diagnoses among older adults, as well as statistics related to linkage to care, retention in care, and viral suppression among older adults living with HIV.