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Website of the documentary film "3 GirlsIKnow,"which discusses teenage concerns about peer pressure, relationships, sexuality, pregnancy and HIV/AIDS.
A database for wide-range of health issues including HIV/AIDS concerning minority women. Launched by the National Women’s Health Information Center in conjunction with a project of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women’s Health.
Provides an information network and public forum, giving voices to the needs of women, children, youth and families living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
NIH sponsored HIV/AIDS website with information on research, prevention and treatment. Additionally, it is robust in its reviews of antiretroviral therapy as well as investigational new drugs coming down through the FDA approval process.
Large database focusing on up-to-date articles and the latest information surrounding antiretroviral (ARV) therapy. Provides well organized charts, diagrams, etc for the myriad of approved ARV therapies.
An HIV/AIDS resource for health professionals. Massive website contains a vast amount of clinical information, conference coverage, slide sets, clinical updates, message boards, CE/CME as well as many other useful resources.
The Foundation aims to provide care and treatment to children and families living with HIV/AIDS and creating a future of hope for them by eradicating pediatric AIDS.
Search database for a site near you from the National HIV Testing Database, a CDC-sponsored service available 24 hours a day.
Provides wide-range information on HIV/AIDS ranging from prevention, treatment to insurance to homosexuals.
Contains clinically relevant information and numerous resources surrounding diagnosis, antiretrovirals, pathogens, management and viral resistance tools.
Contains facts sheets, global epidemiology and various HIV/AIDS listservs that one may join.
A non-profit membership organization that advocates on behalf of all people living with HIV and AIDS in order to end the pandemic and the human suffering caused by HIV/AIDS. NAPWA is the oldest national AIDS organization in the US.
An AIDS Education and Training Centers clinical resource for health care professionals from the University of California San Francisco at San Francisco General Hospital.
Warmline – telephone consultation service offers physicians and other health care providers up-to-the-minute HIV clinical information, and individualized expert case consultation across the broad range of clinical HIV/AIDS problems. The Warmline is staffed by clinicians experienced in HIV care who can help you provide the best possible care to your HIV-positive patients.
Monday through Friday, from 5:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Pacific Time). Voice mail is available 24 hours a day. 1-800-933-3413
PEPline - The National Clinicians' Post-Exposure Prophylaxis Hotline (PEPline) offers treating clinicians up-to-the-minute advice on managing occupational exposures (i. e., needlesticks, splashes, etc.) to HIV, hepatitis and other blood-borne pathogens.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week 1-888-448-4911
A national organization dedicated to developing leadership within communities of color to address the challenges of HIV/AIDS.
National organization of clinical and capacity building leaders. Website contains multiple resources, downloadable manuals and multiple links to AI/AN and culturally specific materials.
National Pediatric AIDS Network is a resource for information on children and adolescents with HIV/AIDS.
Provides wide-range and practical information for parents regarding HIV/AIDS and other health issues concerning children. Also available in Spanish.
Positively Kids, Inc. is an organization dedicated to education and support services for families, friends and service providers of children and adolescents living with HIV/AIDS.
New and expanded site
Founded in 1994, the Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention (RCAP) promotes HIV/STD prevention in rural America to reduce HIV/STD prevalence. A joint project of Indiana University, University of Colorado, and the University of Kentucky, RCAP is headquartered at Indiana University.
This site includes state-by-state comparisons and information about new and cumulative AIDS cases, AIDS case rates, persons living with AIDS, AIDS deaths, HIV infections, HIV testing statistics and policies, additional AIDS-related state policies, Ryan White funding and funding for HIV prevention, and AIDS Drug Assistance Programs, including budget, client, and expenditure data. It is a very useful and informative site as it provides state-level information.
This sexually transmitted disease website provides (in simple and clear terminology) many resources, much information and is a good starting point for STD “101”. It lists individual STDs and their clinical presentation, treatments, prognosis, etc as well as risk factors for anyone who visits the site.