Pediatric Care

The Ryan White program is named in honor of Ryan White. He was a young person who was infected with HIV as a child, and died before he reached adulthood. Despite new cases of HIV infection in children falling to low levels in the United States, Ryan White providers continue to be the leaders in pediatric care. Adolescents, however, make up a high proportion of new HIV cases, and are more likely to go undiagnosed. 


  • AETC National Coordinating Resource Center (NCRC)

    HIV clinical training resources for HRSA's AIDS Education and Training Centers Program.

  • University of Washington

    Online clinician training platform with evidence-based core competency training on HIV prevention, screening, diagnosis, care, and key populations.

  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

    U.S. HIV-related treatment guidelines, drug database, and glossary.

  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

    Federal guidelines for treatment, prevention and care of HIV disease, opportunistic infections, and common co-infections. 

Conference Presentations

Johns Hopkins
Allison Agwu, Christopher Golden, Jean Keller
2022 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care & Treatment
Baylor College of Medicine
2022 Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Clinical Conference
Cu-Uvin, Agwu, Dionne, Wilcox, Cheever
2021 Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Clinical Conference
Grady Health System
Lisa Curtin, Jeronia Blue
2020 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care & Treatment

Technical Assistance

  • The central hub of the AETC Program, the clinical training arm of the RWHAP, through HIV curricula, technical support to regional AETCs on practice transformation and best practices, and housing of all AETC-developed tools for HIV clinical staff. Project period: 2019-2024.
  • Clinician consultation on HCV management, HIV management, perinatal HIV/AIDS, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), post-exposure prophylaxis, substance use. Project period: 2016-2025.

  • The AETC Program offers clinician education and tailored capacity-building assistance. Project period: 2019-2024.
  • Initiative documenting best practice strategies and interventions that have been shown to improve HIV outcomes in a "real world" setting and can be replicated by other programs. Project period: 2021-2024.