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These stories highlight people, programs, and topics to inspire and inform the Ryan White community.

  • 81% Viral Suppression Ryan White Clients 2014
    November 2016
    Day One

    One does not typically characterize advances in health care as moments to celebrate. While things may improve for many, the reality that not everyone is benefiting motivates us to continue our work. Such was the message, one of many really...

  • 73% of Ryan White clients are racial/ethnic minority persons
    November 2016
    Day Two

    Thousands of staff members from Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) sites across the nation reconvened for the Day 2 plenary panel of the national conference to learn more about how social determinants of health (e.g., poverty, lack of...

  • Ryan White Infographic 80% retained in care
    November 2016
    Day Four

    Here are the numbers from the 2016 national Ryan White Conference: 4 days; 190 workshops; 4 plenaries; 150 posters. Also available is a Clinical Pathway that is available online in case you missed it, and a call to action to end the...

  • Laura Cheever
    November 2016

    The following is an interview by Dr. Laura Cheever, Associate Administrator for HRSA's HIV/AIDS Bureau, and Chair of the Clinical Pathway, held at the 2016 Ryan White Conference. Cheever outlined highlights from sessions held at the Clinical...

  • 52% of people living with HIV served by Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program
    November 2016
    Day Three

    This plenary session, featuring CDC and RWHAP grant recipients, focused on innovation in HIV care, specifically the integration of HIV prevention and care and treatment systems and interventions, and RWHAP innovative approaches to...

  • HRSA USCA 2016 Program Book
    September 2016

    At USCA 2016, HRSA staff presented 11 sessions, including a HRSA Pathway track, and collaborated on other Pathways, including a handful of Secretary's Minority AIDS Initiative Fund (SMAIF) sessions. HRSA happenings at USCA 2016 are presented on...

  • Laura Cheever on Test and Treat
    August 2016

    This is a cross-post of a guest editorial by Dr. Laura Cheever, HRSA Associate Administrator for HIV/AIDS, from Leading with Race, National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC), 8/18/16.

    Rapid change does not typically drive progress in health care...

    April 2016

    The need for Spanish language and culturally-appropriate HIV resources is great as almost one-fourth of U.S. HIV/AIDS cases are among Hispanic individuals. On the TARGET Center site are dozens of Spanish language resources designed to help meet...

  • Passaic County TGA Individuals
    November 2012

    The definition of cultural competency in health care services is a complex one but, at heart, it refers to the ability to deliver care to patients in light of their background, knowledge, belief system, and language. In a word: culture. Ryan...

2018 Ryan White Conference on HIV Care and Treatment