Recent Posts

  • “Pop the Question” Update

    By: Black Girl Health As part of Black Girl Health’s National Social Video Campaign, social media users who view the ” pop the question”social videos created by BGH social influencers will be directed to the BGH website. The Pop the… Read More ›

  • Philadelphia FIGHT

    Since its founding in 1987, the primary purpose of the AIDS Library, a program of the Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers, has been to ensure that accurate information gets into the hands of those who need it most. Over the… Read More ›

  • Amgios Amantes

    By: Prevention Collaborative In 2016-2017, Spanish language focus groups informed the final look, feel and content of animated, Spanish language educational episodes. Titled, “Amigos y Amantes” (“Friends and Lovers”), the stories briefly show the risk-taking and decision-making choices of three… Read More ›

  • they2ze

    By: Christian Bannister, YTH YTH’s continued work with the National Library of Medicine [NLM] focuses on offering a new and novel approach to HIV prevention among transgender-spectrum youth and provides an update on the expansion of their they2ze mobile application. … Read More ›

  • Bringing HIV/AIDS Information to the Heart of the Commonwealth: University of Massachusetts Medical School

    The University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS) Lamar Soutter Library is excited about the launch of the AIDS Community Outreach Project, “Bringing HIV/AIDS Information to the Heart of the Commonwealth”. The project is a collaboration between the Lamar Soutter Library,… Read More ›

  • YTH: Final they2ze Update

    YTH provides a final update on their 2016-2017 ACIOP resource app, they2ze, and shares highlights and challenges associated with connecting transgender-spectrum youth, young adults, and providers with access to HIV and health-related referrals. they2ze is a mobile application (app) created… Read More ›