Road Map to Re-Engagement: A Visual Guide to Overcoming Individual and System Barriers to HIV Care and Treatment
In this activity, an expert discusses the factors that contribute to people living with HIV (PLWH) falling out of care, the barriers associated with different strategies for re-engaging PLWH, and individualized plans that can be used for re-engaging PLWH back into care.
Differentiated service delivery (DSD) models were able to provide comparable effectiveness in treating people with HIV as the standard of care (SoC) when it came to maintaining care and viral suppression, according to a review published in Reviews in Medical Virology.
This webinar will provide learners with distinct perspectives on challenges and opportunities for integrating CHWs and PNs into the medical care team, as well as strategies for retaining and re-engaging people with HIV in care.
Retaining and Re-Engaging People Living With HIV in Care: A Unique Look at Challenges and Opportunities From the Perspective of the Patient, Navigator, and Provider
In this activity, an expert provider, navigator, and two patients explore the factors that contribute to people living with HIV (PLWH) falling out of care and different strategies that can be used for re-engaging PLWH back into the HIV care continuum.
This intervention is part of the Dissemination of Evidence-Informed Interventions project—the first SPNS project of its kind to apply a rigorous implementation science approach and evaluate intervention replication and fidelity of evidence-informed intervention models across the country.
Hear from people with HIV about how they learned that they had HIV, how they felt, and how they decided to share their status with other people.
University of Oxford’s Nuffield Department of Medicine spoke to one of Associate Professor Lucy Dorrell’s patients about her experiences discovering that she was HIV+.
This page describes the Linkage to HIV Medical Care indicator data which informs the EHE AHEAD dashboard.
This data visualization dashboard from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provides an interactive snapshot of the road to increased linkage to HIV care.
Listen. Learn. Engage. is a video module on setting the foundation for long-term engagement with your patients.