Applications are being accepted for a 12-month collaborative to improve HIV cluster detection and response efforts with the aim of reducing new HIV infections and improving linkages to care for those newly diagnosed with HIV. Collaborative activities include:
- Peer learning opportunities with other jurisdictions and
- Individualized technical assistance with regularly scheduled and on demand coaching sessions to support the implementation of interventions that are tailored to their community’s unique context and needs.
Collaborative activities will be convened via Zoom.
The HIV Cluster Detection and Response Learning Collaborative is a project of two HRSA-funded projects: the Technical Assistance Provider – innovation network (TAP-in), which is working with the HRSA-funded Center for Quality Improvement and Innovation (CQII).