Aligning Local Getting to Zero and Ending the Epidemic Initiatives and Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plans
October 25, 2018 | 2pm ET
This webinar discussed how recipients can leverage or align local Getting To Zero (GTZ) or Ending The Epidemic (ETE) initiatives to accomplish Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan objectives and strengthen the overall response to HIV within their jurisdiction. During the webinar, the IHAP TAC and officials from the Santa Clara County Public Health Department described the benefits of aligning local GTZ/ETE initiatives with Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plans. The Santa Clara County Public Health Department also described the steps they have taken to successfully align their GTZ initiative with their Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan, and provided recommendations of activities and strategies for other recipients to adopt.
October 4, 2018 | 3pm ET
This webinar discussed challenges and promising practices from jurisdictions that have successfully integrated care and prevention services within their health department. During the webinar, members of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services presented their process for integrating care and prevention services, including assessment of health department infrastructure and preparing health department staff for integration.
June 13, 2018
To better support the integration of HIV prevention and care service delivery, CDC and HRSA developed guidance for the submission of an Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan, including the Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need, that includes both HIV prevention and care data, goals, objectives, and activities.
As health departments actualize integrated plan activities, many jurisdictions are considering integrating prevention and care funding streams in order to facilitate greater integration of services on the ground. Integrated funding requires significant preparation and infrastructure changes for both the health department and its community providers. During this webinar, hosted by the Integrated HIV/AIDS Planning (IHAP) TA Center, the Washington State Department of Health described their experience, challenges, and lessons learned with integrating the funding of prevention and care services within their state.
Strategies and Lessons Learned for Consumer and Stakeholder Engagement in Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Planning and Implementation
July 25, 2017
The webinar focused on key strategies for ongoing consumer and stakeholder engagement in the integrated prevention and care planning, implementation, and monitoring processes. An introductory presentation intended for RWHAP and CDC prevention program managers; recipient staff engaged in planning activities; and HIV planning council and planning body members responsible for implementing and monitoring Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plans. During the webinar, two jurisdictions shared lessons learned for successfully engaging consumers and other stakeholder groups.
Putting Plans into Action: Roles and Responsibilities for Implementing Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plans
May 18, 2017
The webinar presented strategies to identify roles and responsibilities for implementing your five-year Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan. This introductory presentation was intended for RWHAP recipients and CDC HIV prevention program managers; RWHAP and CDC HIV prevention program recipient staff engaged in planning activities; and HIV planning council and planning body members responsible for implementing and monitoring the Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plans. During the webinar participants learned about a flexible process for delegating roles and responsibilities as well as best practices from several jurisdictions for successful collaboration between RWHAP Part A and Part B recipients and CDC HIV prevention partners.
Questions about Your Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan: Introducing the Integrated HIV/AIDS Planning Technical Assistance Center
September 12, 2016
The webinar introduced the new Integrated HIV/AIDS Planning (IHAP) Technical Assistance Center (TAC). JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc.(JSI) collaborated with HRSA’s HIV/AIDS Bureau, CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention and other partners to answer questions regarding your planning efforts. Learn what the IHAP TAC will be doing to support integrated HIV planning efforts across prevention, care, and treatment to best meet the needs of people living with HIV and those at risk for HIV infection.