HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies, Ney York State Psychiatric Institute and Columbia University (N.D.).
This YouTube video, available in English and Spanish, provides counseling to support individuals to use HIV self-tests with sex partners. Using testimonials and lessons learned, the video addresses how to bring up self-testing with… Read more
Kachur, R., Strona, F.V., Kinsey, J., and Collins, D. Atlanta (GA): Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (December 2015).
This toolkit aims to support partner notification services (PNS) programs and providers in the use of technologies, such as texting, email, social media, partner-seeking websites and smartphone applications, and voice-over internet… Read more
Rosenberg, Nora E. N.D. Department of Health Behavior/UNC Project–Malawi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (June 2017).
This document includes intervention procedures, scripts, invitation letters, and visit checklists from a 2014 randomized controlled trial of passive versus contract referral among HIV-positive pregnant women enrolled in Malawi’s Option… Read more
To further support countries, program managers, health workers, and other stakeholders seeking to achieve national and international HIV goals, the World Health Organization (WHO) developed new recommendations and additional guidance on… Read more
AIDSFree. "WHO Guidance Meeting: Roll-out of the WHO Guidelines on HIV Self-Testing and Partner Notification." WHO Guidance Meeting: Roll-out of the WHO Guidelines on HIV Self-Testing and Partner Notification. April 1, 2017. Accessed February 22, 2018.
This March 27-28, 2017 meeting in Nairobi, Kenya updated participants about the World Heath Organization's (WHO) 2015 Consolidated Guidance on HIV Testing Services, introduced new guidelines on self-testing and partner notification, and… Read more