The Howard University HIV Prevention Program (H2P)
Resources: Information for Providers in Washington, DC
Welcome to the portal page of resources for healthcare professionals, health care organizations and health care networks who provide treatment, care and support to individuals diagnosed with HIV in Washington, DC.
Resources from the Community
- DC Takes on HIV. The anchor site for the District of Columbia's social marketing campaign to promote HIV testing, HIV medical care and treatment, condom use, and healthy relationships among all residents of the District. This campaign is a project of the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and TB Administration (HAHSTA).The website serves as a one-stop source for HIV-related resources available to residents.
- DC Department of Health HIV/AIDS Resources and Services. Includes information on the latest epidemiology of HIV/AIDS, condoms, getting involved in DC, HIV services in DC, living with HIV, and DC-specific reports and publications.
- The AIDS Institute. Provides information, education, training, technical assistance, workshops, seminars and research opportunities for HIV-positive people.
- Whitman-Walker Clinic. Now Whitman-Walker Health (WWH (WWH), is a non-profit community health center in the District of Columbia area with a special expertise in HIV/AIDS healthcare and LGBT healthcare. In recent years it has become a leader in HIV/AIDS education, prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
Resources from the Professional Literature
- DC Annual Epidemiology & Surveillance Report HAHSTA. 2016. Each year, the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and TB Administration (HAHSTA) provides epidemiological data and other important reports to inform providers and engage with the community in meaningful ways to address gaps and enhance the care system for HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and Tuberculosis in the District of Columbia.
- HIV/AIDS in the Greater Washington Region. Washington AIDS partnership. (2016) Washington D.C., Northern Virginia and Suburban Maryland have been adversely affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. While the data demonstrates that much progress has been made, the Greater Washington region cannot slow down its efforts if the goal is to end the local HIV epidemic. The Washington AIDS Partnership continues to be on the frontlines of this public health crisis.
- HIV/AIDS Portal. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Includes access to rates per state via the NCHHSTP Atlas.
Resources from the Press
Resources from the AETC Capitol Region Telehealth Project
- On-The-Go Power Podcast Series. Ongoing series that discusses topics of interest to clinicians in Washington, DC.
- eRounds. Archived webinar segments that discuss case studies of patients that providers may encounter in practice in Washington, DC.
- Knowledge Center. Access to over 500 online resources related to telehealth, HIV/AIDS, and cultural and linguistic competence.