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A Brief 2019 Recap of Ryan White Training and TA

December 31, 2019

TargetHIV

2019 Year in Review

Flipping a calendar to a new year is of course very much about looking back. It's all about the highlights and the inevitable failure to mention and remember certain important events. Thus, TargetHIV offers this brief review of 2019 activities undertaken to improve HIV care via technical assistance and training activities for HRSA's Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP):

See the HRSA 2019 Year in Review infographic (and below)

  • Over two dozen technical assistance and training projects are in operation to support domestic and global HIV/AIDS programs, offering assistance on RWHAP data management, health coverage enrollment, planning, sustainability of community agencies, and a collection of projects to identify HIV care innovations.

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Those are just a handful of highlights. Much more happened in 2019 (and in years earlier, for that matter), like expansion of Rapid ART (getting people on antiretrovirals as soon as possible after and HIV diagnosis), the increased uptake of PrEP, and continued attention to disparities in HIV health outcomes among persons with unstable housing and technical resources to link and support individuals into HIV care and housing.

For more highlights, see the Blog RollLibrary, and News Feed

 

 

 

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