Center for Retention in HIV Care
RE-engaging People Living with HIV IN Care Through WorkFORCE Response and Resiliency
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
About the HealthHIV REINFORCE Initiative
To ensure that healthcare professionals who treat, care for, and/or support people with HIV are aware of retention and re-engagement interventions to overcome barriers to returning to care, HealthHIV launched the REINFORCE Initiative: Re-engaging People with HIV in Care Through Workforce Response and Resiliency.
REINFORCE is a comprehensive capacity building and multi-format educational initiative. This initiative is supported by an educational grant from Gilead Sciences, Inc.
It is strategically designed to include a robust capacity building initiative for HIV care delivery sites, an HIV retention and re-engagement in care resource repository — HealthHIV REINFORCE Center for Retention in HIV Care — with training tools for providers and patients, as well as access to a series of CE/CME-certified activities, each featuring a variety of supplemental educational components and downloadable clinical practice tools.
For information about the HealthHIV REINFORCE Initiative, please contact [email protected].
HealthHIV REINFORCE Center for Retention in HIV Care
The REINFORCE Center from HealthHIV builds the capacity of HIV and primary care providers and other healthcare professionals to implement retention and re-engagement in HIV care for people living with HIV across a lifetime. This Center enhances clinical and non-clinical provider and patient knowledge of HIV retention and re-engagement in care through sharing of model practices for HIV retention and re-engagement in care, data visualization, research, and medical education. Access the REINFORCE Center at HealthHIV.org/reinforce.