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Health Care Reform, HIV Prevention Initiatives, and HIV Criminalization

Materials Now Available From the 3/16 HIV Prevention Justive Alliance Strategy Webinar "Implementation Fever -- Making Health Reform & NHAS Tools for Prevention Justice"

March 23, 2011

Materials now available from the 3/16 HIV PJA Strategy Webinar: Implementation Fever -- Making Health Reform & NHAS Tools for Prevention Justice.

The three-part agenda included a health care reform update, information on new National HIV/AIDS Strategy prevention initiatives and an update on HIV criminalization from the Positive Justice Project.

Here's a video recording of the webinar:

3-16 HIV PJA Strategy from HIV Prevention Justice Alliance on Vimeo.

You can also download slides here.


Prevention Writ Large: How do we incorporate HIV prevention justice into larger movements for public health and community prevention?

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Visit HIV Prevention Justice Alliance's website to find out more about their activities and publications.
 
See Also
National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Executive Summary
U.S. Announces First National HIV/AIDS Strategy
More on U.S. HIV/AIDS Policy

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Comment by: T. Davis (Dallas, TX) Tue., Jun. 28, 2011 at 12:52 pm EDT
Does anyone have an answer for me. Case #1, client with cancer, in homosexual relationship, no disclosure of HIV/AIDS. We just told the caregiver to always use Universal Precautions and left it at that.
Case #2 Same situation (cancer, relationship) BUT disclosed that he has HIV. Can we tell the caregiver, since he disclosed, or do we need to just do as we did before and advise caregiver to use Universal Precautions (as they should be doing anyway). Our caregivers bath, dress and groom clients but do not provide medical care.
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