Latest by National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors

Maximizing Health, Minimizing Harm: The Role of Public Health Programs in Drug User Health

Unlike historical trends of HCV infections in larger, urban city centers, new infections are increasingly found in suburban and rural settings, especially in Appalachia. This report highlights how to better meet the health needs of people who inject ...

By Mariah Johnson for National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors

Follow NASTAD's Twitter Town Hall on HIV Stigma and Gender Performance

We will live stream an important Twitter town hall on stigma and gender performance on Thursday, November 7th.

How Can I Participate?

Here are four ways you can participate. You can submit questions for panelists before and during the meeting:

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By National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors

The Future of Health Department HIV and Hepatitis Programs

For perhaps the first time in history, the end of HIV/AIDS and hepatitis is within our reach. Recent notable achievements provide promise for success, among them the release of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) and the Viral Hepatitis Action Plan...

By Dawn Fukuda, Sc.M. for National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors

New Medicare Drug Benefit -- Part D: Talking Points for Case Managers

When does the Medicare drug benefit begin?

The new Medicare drug benefit takes effect January 1, 2006. While the benefit represents a significant change in the Medicare program, it is important to remember that this is a benefit where one did not ex...

By National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors