Resources for Promotion of the RWHAP Best Practices Compilation
The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Best Practices Compilation gathers and disseminates approaches that have demonstrated improvements in health outcomes for people with HIV in both RWHAP-funded and other HIV service delivery settings.
The Compilation is a comprehensive, free, and searchable resource that collects, catalogs, and disseminates what works to improve HIV care and services to support replication by others.
Community input and engagement are essential elements of keeping the Compilation relevant and helpful. People who use the Compilation—or are affiliated with programs whose initiatives are included— will be the most effective at encouraging others to explore it. They are considered essential ambassadors for this important resource.
Who is the Toolkit for and how should it be used?
The Ambassador Toolkit is available for anybody looking to promote or share the Compilation's best practices across the HIV service delivery community.
This toolkit includes ready-to-use resources to help ambassadors encourage others in their organizations, communities, or networks to:
Promotional resources are organized below by type. All promotional materials are free and available to use as is, or ambassadors can adapt them.
Who developed the Toolkit?
The RWHAP Best Practices Compilation team co-developed the Ambassador Toolkit with representatives from the following organizations featured in the Compilation:
- Comprehensive Health Services of Lehigh Valley Hospital
- Midwest AIDS Training + Education Center (MATEC)—Kansas/Nebraska
- NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
- The Rutgers School of Dental Medicine