Social Media

Social media and mobile technology-based interventions represent potential means to facilitate HIV care continuum engagement, particularly among populations (e.g., youth) that make extensive use of mobile technology. Notable uses include broad social media education/awareness programs, messaging services to engage directly with clients, and mobile applications for providers and patients to communicate, track, and exchange information.

Resources 5

Webinars and Training

Tools and Job Aids

Reports and Best Practices

  • SPNS Social Media Initiative

    Resources (monographs, implementation manuals, mobile apps and text messaging) from ten demonstration sites that participated in Use of Social Media to Improve Engagement, Retention, and Health Outcomes along the HIV Care Continuum.

Technical Assistance

  • Initiative documenting existing 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.

  • TAP-in supports the 47 EHE jurisdictions funded by HRSA to strengthen their EHE work plans, promote cross-jurisdictional learning, and ensure jurisdictions have access to the resources they need.