HIVE’s updated resources
October 7, 2019
Dear AETC colleagues,
I hope you’re having a great fall! I am excited to share some of HIVE’s updated resources with you all; I hope you will find them helpful.
We have been working hard to make our resources at HIVE more accessible, up to date with the latest scientific information, and easier to understand. We are writing to share these with you. Check out: An overview of our work over the past year supported by the National Library of Medicine.
Community Information pages:
Women Living with HIV – Information to empower women living with HIV to make informed decisions about sex, relationships, and family planning.
HIV-Negative Women – Information on HIV prevention and safer conception methods to empower HIV-negative women to make informed decisions about sex, relationships, and family planning.
Men Living with HIV – Information to empower men living with HIV to make informed decisions about sex, relationships, and family planning.
HIV-Negative Men – Information on HIV prevention and safer conception methods to empower HIV-negative men to make informed decisions about sex, relationships, and family planning.
Fertility – Resources and information on assisted reproductive technologies, fertility factors, and family-building options.
Men’s Providers – Toolkit for providers of men living with HIV, to support patients in achieving their sexual and reproductive health goals.
Perinatal Providers – Resources to support you in providing the highest quality care.
Prevention for Women – Resources relevant to HIV prevention for U.S. women selected by HIVE in collaboration with many HIV prevention advocates nationwide.
Health Equity – A guide for providers, advocates, and health workers with information and resources to address racial and ethnic disparities in HIV.
PrEP for Family Planning Providers – Toolkit to support PrEP implementation in family planning settings.
** A new web page Infant Feeding and Lactation was developed as a complement to the Perinatal Providers page.
Please share widely! If you have feedback on any of these pages, please email Caroline@HIVEonline.org
Monica U. Hahn, MD MPH MS AAHIVS
Assistant Clinical Professor, UCSF Department of Family & Community Medicine
Clinical Director and Co-Principal Investigator, Pacific AIDS Education Training Center (PAETC) paetc.org
Lead Clinician, HIVE Clinic/Bay Area Perinatal AIDS Center (BAPAC) hiveonline.org
Director of Inquiry & Evaluation, UCSF PRIME-Urban Underserved meded.ucsf.edu/prime
Site Co-Director of HIV Care and Education and FCM Residency HIV Concentration Training Pathway & Family Health Center HIV Clinic
Principal Investigator, TargetHIV https://targethiv.org/
Pronouns: She, Her, Hers