HIVE’s ACIOP 4th Quarter Blog

HIVE is a national leader in translating medical and scientific information into digestible and useful health information for consumers and providers. In addition to a robust blog (https://www.hiveonline.org/hive-blog/) by and for people living with and affected by HIV, HIVEonline.org hosts six consumer resource pages and three provider resource pages.

HIVE has been strengthening and expanding its reach in recent years through a number of initiatives, including improvements to online content; strategic engagement with the sexual and reproductive health community; creative social media strategies; and engaging talks, webinars, and video series, including an active blog by and for people affected by HIV focused on sexual and reproductive health experiences

What does it mean to make a website and its information more accessible, retrievable and functional? 

HIVEonline.org has become a comprehensive online resource for HIV-informed sexual and reproductive health. In September 2018, HIVE began a partnership with the National Library of Medicine aimed at improving online access to evidence-based, inclusive sexual and reproductive health information for people affected by HIV and the providers who care for them.

HIVEonline.org was carefully assessed page by page on a scale developed by HIVE team. The major updates include:

We invite you to check out the updated website via the new site map. Also, try out our new accessibility widget  (accessible from the home page) and let us know how it works for you!

Have feedback? We would love to hear from you. Please reach out to us to share your experience or suggestions for improvement: info@hiveonline.org



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