CDC Updates HIV Condition Resource

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently added to their list of HIV resources in the Electronic HIV/AIDS Prevention (e-Hap) portion of their website, a section which is produced with content from CDC's Division of HIV/AIDS prevention (DHAP).

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently added to their list of HIV resources in the Electronic HIV/AIDS Prevention (e-Hap) portion of their website, a section which is produced with content from CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS prevention (DHAP).

The list of links contains up-to-the-minute information on the DHAP’s meeting minutes, podcasts, newsletters, multimedia, journal articles, recommendations and guidelines, statistics from recent reports, important announcements and campaigns through the CDC, informational brochures about the reach of the virus, reminders about HIV-related events, and letters to colleagues about developments within the department. Information on the resources page is also segmented by topic, so users can narrow their research to a specific population.

The items featured in the links include information about a range of topics on HIV, including (but not limited to): the cost-effectiveness analyses of prevention interventions for HIV infection and AIDS, using viral load counts to analyze the burden of HIV in the US, and HIV fact sheets in Spanish. The evidence-based interventions focusing on medication adherence for the HIV patient may be of particular interest the specialty pharmacist.

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