Issue Brief: Using Advisory Boards to Enhance and Implement Interventions for Black Women

SPNS Improving Care and Treatment Coordination Black Women with HIV

For the Black Women First Initiative, the intention and commitment is in the name: to position Black Women—their experiences, strengths, and needs—at the forefront of evidence-informed HIV care. Sites that are a part of this initiative have exemplified the use of consumer and community advisory boards in different ways to stay true to this commitment and ensure that services and programs are being guided by Black women with HIV and key community partners as much as possible.

This brief focuses on consumer and community advisory boards and the way in which they can be leveraged to inform the development and implementation of evidence based interventions designed to improve care for diverse Black women with HIV.

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