PCDC's Impact: HIV Capacity Building

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PCDC’s High Impact Prevention (HIP) in Health Care team is funded by the CDC to support clinical HIV testing and prevention. The program aims to expand and improve the delivery of HIV prevention services in the Northeastern United States, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.

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PCDC in Action: Motivational Interviewing

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Funded by the CDC, PCDC’s HIP in Health Care team works throughout the country, helping expand and improve the delivery of HIV prevention services within clinical settings. Earlier this month, the team traveled to Tallahassee, FL, to train direct service providers of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). The ultimate goal: to increase PrEP use and adherence by …

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Staff Spotlight: HIV Prevention in Action

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On the frontline of PCDC’s HIV prevention work is Judy Lipshutz, MSW, RN, a Senior Project Manager with the High Impact Prevention (HIP) in Health Care team. Lipshutz is responsible for providing training and technical assistance to health care organizations across the country. Before joining PCDC in 2017, she was a prominent leader in developing …

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‘Getting to Zero’: PCDC in Mississippi

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Earlier this month, PCDC’s Mazdak Mazarei and Brandon Harrison drove 500 miles over three days in Mississippi. Their purpose: beginning new partnerships that will help improve HIV prevention services in the region. Across visits to five federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), Mazarei and Harrison — both part of PCDC’s High Impact Prevention (HIP) in Health …

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6 Questions: PrEP and Primary Care

Categories: Capacity Building, PCDC News
A pillar of the Primary Care Development Corporation’s (PCDC) work is capacity building — transforming primary care delivery through expert consulting, training, and coaching, as well as expanding primary care services to help prevent diseases. A key player in this work is Brandon A. Harrison, a Project Manager and Trainer on PCDC’s High Impact Prevention …

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Q&A: How Primary Care Can Stop HIV – and How Health Centers Can Receive Free Assistance

Categories: Capacity Building
Integrating HIV screening into primary care has never been more critical. Advances in HIV diagnosis, treatment, and prevention promise to dramatically alter the course of HIV for individuals and communities — with HIV testing the gateway to these services. “For the first time since the onset of the epidemic, we can see an end to …

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