The Primary Care Development Corporation’s (PCDC) High Impact Prevention (HIP) in Health Care program is funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to provide free HIV prevention training and technical assistance to health care organizations across the country.
HIP in Health Care leverages PCDC’s 20-year history in patient-centered primary care to help providers offer comprehensive and high-quality services along the HIV care continuum, by building capacity and integrating evidence-based HIV-prevention approaches.
Capacity building services include:
- Training - HIP in Health Care in-person trainings support CDC’s high-impact prevention strategies and are customizable to meet the specific needs of your health care organization.
- Technical Assistance - HIP in Health Care offers 1:1 support to help health care organizations implement effective HIV prevention strategies, such as opt-out HIV testing and Preexposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). Technical assistance is provided through teleconferencing and/or onsite support.
- Effective Interventions - Effective behavioral interventions are evidence-based, support the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and high-impact prevention approaches, and have demonstrated potential to reduce new infections, resulting in a positive impact on the HIV epidemic.
- Learning Communities - Our Learning Community is an opportunity to participate in a larger change process and offers health care staff a series of interactive webinars, and a virtual forum, where they can ask questions of subject matter experts and share resources with colleagues.
For more information about our HIP in Health Care services, please review our 2016 Services Bulletin.
National HIV Testing Day
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NACCHO 2016 Annual Conference
On July 19-21, local health department professionals will gather at NACCHO Annual to share opportunities and challenges, learn how to adopt best practices, engage with federal and local partners, and gain insights from public health experts. Learn more.