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A Guide to Taking a Sexual History

This guide provides sample questions that health care professionals can ask to develop an understanding of a patient's sexual history and current behaviors.

Learning 2017
Acknowledging Gender and Sex Training

This online course discusses the importance of the two-step gender and sex differentiation questions and how they can improve care for transgender people.

Learning 2017
Addressing HIV Stigma by Using Preferred Language

"Addressing Stigma by Using Preferred Language" encourages the use of preferred language to decrease negative perceptions and empower people living with HIV.

Reports and Research 2017
American Psychiatric Association HIV Psychiatry

HIV/AIDS-related education, training, and support for various audiences, including psychiatrists, psychiatric residents, and allied professionals.

Reports and Research 2017
American Psychological Association HIV/AIDS Programs

The American Psychological Association's HIV/AIDS programs provide information, training, and technical assistance on a wide range of HIV/AIDS-related topics.

Reports and Research 2017
Center for Engaging Black Men Who Have Sex With Men Across the Care Continuum

The Center for Engaging Black Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM) Across the Care Continuum is a technical resource to identify best practices for treating black MSM, with a special focus on those ages 13-24.

Reports and Research 2017
Depression, Women, and HIV

Find information on depression among women living with HIV/AIDS, including symptoms of depression, issues that can impact depression, and treatment options.

Reports and Research 2017
Education About HIV Pre- and Post-Exposure Prophylaxis

Learn how mental health clinicians can reduce the spread of HIV infections through the use of HIV pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis.

Reports and Research 2017
Emergent Psychosocial Needs of Women Living with HIV

This webinar highlights women over 50 living with HIV, clinical implications and workforce gaps, and a toolkit that trains providers to address their needs.

Learning 2017
Greater Than AIDS

Greater Than AIDS provides public information and targeted campaigns addressing the U.S. HIV/AIDS epidemic with a focus on areas and people most affected.

News and Updates 2017
HCVCurrent Initiative

This national initiative provides comprehensive resources and tools to increase hepatitis C (HCV) knowledge among medical and behavioral health professionals.

Tools and Toolkits 2017
Hepatitis C Public Health Detailing Kit

This kit supports the use of public health detailing to increase health care provider awareness and use of HCV screening, diagnosis, and follow-up treatment.

Learning 2017
HepVu

The HepVu website visualizes complex hepatitis C infection estimates by state to support hepatitis education, advocacy, and program planning.

Tools and Toolkits 2017
HisHealth

This website hosts a collection of resources for health care providers working to address the unique medical needs of black men who sleep with men.

Course 2017
HIV Services for Young Transgender Women

This study describes medical and mental health outcomes of young transgender women with or at risk for HIV, and examines barriers and facilitators to services.

Reports and Research 2017
Hospitalization With Anxiety and Mood Disorders in HIV-Positive Gay and Bisexual Men

Studies show that HIV-positive gay and bisexual men have an increased chance of hospitalization due to anxiety and mood disorders than HIV-negative men of the same demographic.

Reports and Research 2017
How Do Prescription Pain Pills (Opioids) Affect HIV?

This fact sheet presents the concerns of prescription opioid use for people living with HIV, people at risk of HIV, health care providers, and policymakers.

Reports and Research 2017
Innovative Approaches to Rural Mental Health Treatment and HIV

This webinar examines telehealth approaches to mental health needs, including email intervention, online chat, videoconferencing, and computer-guided therapy.

Learning 2017
LGBTQ Youth and Homelessness

This webinar examines factors that contribute to homelessness among youth, particularly LGBTQ youth, and how to reduce risky behaviors in this population.

Learning 2017
Medication Adherence e-Learning Training Toolkit

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has compiled information for health care providers about four adherence strategies and a mobile app for people with HIV to improve medication adherence.

Tools and Toolkits 2017

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