The History of HIV/AIDS: Remembering and Applying Lessons Learned to the Present
HIV.gov's June 5 blog reminded us that this was the day 37 years ago was when the first AIDS cases were reported, in a CDC a Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) on five cases of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP) among gay men in Los Angeles. There is value in such recollections: commemoration of loss, inspiration from struggles lost and won, and perhaps to pick up on the lessons learned and apply them to the present. It is in this spirit that HRSA's HIV/AIDS Bureau has produced over the years a number of resources to capture the history of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP). Below are highlights.
See our tools produced over the years on topics like how best to engage people in HIV care and HIV community planning
Living History provides a historical overview of the RWHAP with a timeline, video and audio stories, and focus stories on populations served by the program.
Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program: 25 Years of Passion, Purpose, and Excellence presents videos, infographics, and a look back at the history of the RWHAP.
The Evolution of Ryan White HIV Care is a 2016 guest editorial by Dr. Laura Cheever, HRSA Associate Administrator for HIV/AIDS on change in HIV care.
Ryan White Planning Councils: You Make the Difference is a 1996 orientation video that almost got lost. It's back. Stay tuned for the Spanish language version.
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Source:Topic Areas:Clinical Quality Management, Health Care Reform, HIV Care Continuum, Key Populations, Medical & Support Services, People Living with HIV & Community Involvement, Planning, Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program & Parts, Part A - Hard Hit Urban Areas, Part A - Planning Councils, Part B - States/Territories, Part B - AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), Part C - Community-Based Early Intervention, Part D - Women, Infants, Children, Youth, Part F - Dental Programs, Part F - HIV/AIDS Clinical Training, Part F - Global HIV/AIDS Programs, Part F - SPNS Models of Care