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Recorded Webinar Series
Review recently archived Technical Assistance Provider-innovation network (TAP-in) webinars. Webinars are held monthly, and are generally archived and available within a week. Click on the title to view the full description and access the session slides and handouts.
Addressing SUDs as a Strategy for EHE
Meth use and the HIV Epidemic
Speakers dispel the myth that little can done to engage and treat meth users, describing how positive outcomes are possible with evidence-based and evidence-informed interventions. (September 30, 2021)
Trauma-Informed Care: SUD, HIV and COVID-19
Learn more about the impact trauma can have on HIV care, how to integrate trauma informed care into your organizations culture and care services. (September 9, 2021)
Housing First as a Key Strategy to End the HIV Epidemic
This webinar addressed the Housing First best practice that demonstrates improved health outcomes and care utilization for people experiencing homelessness, including people with HIV (PWH).
Why Wait? Start Now! What Jurisdictions Can Do to Support Adoption of Rapid Start
This webinar shared best practices, firsthand experiences, and lessons learned from Ryan White-funded Jurisdictions participating in the Rapid ART Dissemination Assistance Provider (DAP) Learning Community and described the steps they took to support the implementation of Rapid Start as the standard of care throughout their Jurisdiction service area.
How EHE Jurisdictions Can Increase Uptake of Long Acting Injectables (LAIs) for HIV Treatment
Learn the importantance of Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) Jurisdictions to consider how they can increase up take of Long Acting Injectables (LAIs) as an essential new tool for HIV treatment and identify and overcome potential barriers to access for hardest to reach populations.
Rapid ART Innovations and EHE
Learn about innovative Rapid ART strategies in diverse settings, including a program with multiple sites based in a large urban jurisdiction, a program that serves both urban and rural patients, and a small LGBT-focused clinic run by a nurse practitioner. (July 29, 2021)
Data Sources Supporting EHE Strategies
Find out how to improve your capacity to identify and use data to improve health outcomes for people with HIV. (June 17, 2021)
Using Data to Achieve EHE Goals
Learn about the use of performance measures as an essential tool for jurisdiction leaders to achieve EHE plan goals and aim for next-level impact along the HIV Care Continuum. (February 3, 2021)
Building Data-Sharing Partnerships Supporting EHE
In this webinar, TAP-in's Monitoring and Evaluation Team focuses on the importance of building data partnerships with agencies that manage and control access to data which can be crucial to support planning and evaluation of EHE activities. (December 9, 2021)
Integrating Services to Address the Syndemics of HIV, STIs, Substance Use Disorder, and Viral Hepatitis
An overview of how important it is for Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) Jurisdictions to consider how they can integrate services using a Syndemic approach. (February 28, 2023)
Beyond the Walls: Building Foundation for Jail Linkage Programs
An overview of incarceration statistics and disparities of people with HIV/AIDS. Characteristics of effective programs to improve linkage to care for people with HIV released from jail or prison were also reviewed. (February 24, 2022)
HIV Housing: What Works & What Doesn't
An overview of HIV housing strategies and program models from across the country with a focus on innovation and on leveraging a range of housing and supportive services resources to maximize housing opportunities for PWH and promote the long-term stability that is critical for effective HIV management. (May 27, 2021)
Mobile and Social Media Tools for EHE
This webinar focuses on implementing strategies to engage hard-to-reach youth and young adults through the innovative use of social media and related technologies. (April 8, 2021)
HIV Cluster/Outbreak Response
This webinar provides EHE jurisdictions with a framework for a coordinated response to an HIV outbreak or cluster. (January 28, 2021)
Coordinating, Communicating, and Collaborating - The 3 Cs for Cluster Detection & Response
In this webinar Learn more about how EHE Pillar 4 Respond embodies the collaborative, data-guided approach that is critical to the overall success of EHE. (March 7, 2023)
TAP-in provides customized TA through a regional and jurisdiction-specific structure. Use these resources to focus on specific capacity building and technical assistance services.
Learn to strengthen and develop a rapid ART program that will provide antiretroviral therapy to patients quickly and effectively (within the same day as HIV diagnosis). Discover steps to take, protocols to modify and use, and other tasks that are necessary to put a program in place.Download Rapid ART Playbook
This playbook is intended to help EHE jurisdictions consider what they can do to enhance the implementation of long-acting injectables (LAI) for ART. It presents best-of-available resources, along with insights from early adopters. Jurisdictions can use this information to work with communities and clinics to gear up their LAI programs.Download Long-Acting Injectables Playbook
Learn how to outline key roles and responsibilities in hosting a CAREWare network. This list is not intended to be exhaustive but rather to help Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) recipients in their planning process.Download Hosting a CAREWare Network PDF
Establishing and sustaining best practices for HIV services over time requires braiding together a diverse set of funding mechanisms, including Medicaid, Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP), Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. (EHE) funding, private insurance, local or state funds and foundation support.Download Braided Funding PDF
This toolkit provides guidance and best practices on the evaluation of social media/media (SMM) campaigns. The information is meant to serve as a starting point for EHE jurisdictions to help you decide how best to measure the success of your SMM campaigns. It includes a guidance document, ready-to-use tools, campaign examples, resources and more!
This information was gathered through TAP-in’s work with Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) jurisdictions and with support from our TA partners at UCLA and our partnerships with EHE jurisdictions that are implementing these campaigns.View Social Media Evaluation Toolkit
Welcome to Health Centers on the Front Lines, a 3-part series where we tell stories about the important role community health centers play in Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. (EHE) as they bring high-quality, whole-person care to people in medically underserved neighborhoods across the country.
The podcasts and micro-learning videos feature conversations and information about the Status Neutral Approach, Long-Acting Injectables, and Improving Access for Black Women.