This page features links to many online curricula that do not require registration to review content.
Besides contact information for AETC programs, the site hosts the frequently updated ShareSpot – a blog featuring articles on HIV-related topics and an HIV news page
A service of the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the site offers access to medical practice guidelines, HIV treatment and prevention clinical trials, and research information. It also provides a series of one-page patient fact sheets on HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention in English and more than ten other languages.
Available for Apple or Android devices, visit this page to download up to three apps: HIV/AIDS medical practice guidelines; Drug Database; and HIV/AIDS Glossary.
Provides HIV-related news, clinical management, cure, and prevention among other resources.
Find HIV-related laws, guidelines for testing and disclosure for healthcare workers with HIV, and testing and treatment information by state. The HIV Policy Resource Bank is a comprehensive database on 37 topics of importance to people living with HIV and their advocates.
This is a one-stop website for HIV-related information and resources, treatment guidelines and recommendations for clinicians, and access to CDC surveillance statistics.
Presentations on recent treatment updates and coverage of HIV conferences.
Information on the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program and resources on how to deliver HIV/AIDS care. HRSA is the primary federal agency for improving access to health care services for people who are uninsured, isolated or medically vulnerable.
Updated weekly, features news stories from around the world about the treatment of HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and co-infections.
Site pages include manifestations of HIV, news and research on HIV/AIDS oral health care and treatment information.
A service of Stanford University, providers can enter a patient's resistance-associated mutations to obtain individual drug resistance profiles and interpretations to help choose the most appropriate treatment.
Offers a comprehensive, on-line textbook of HIV disease from the University of California San Francisco and San Francisco General Hospital. Helpful database of antiretroviral drug interactions with three searchable formats.
Routinely updated HIV/AIDS pages aggregate state-based data and other information, including epidemiology, released by a variety of federal programs.
The Center represents a national network of clinicians, educators and trainers with expertise in cultural competency and the management of HIV/AIDS. Site offers online learning and an eLibrary.
This site hosts the interactive Atlas tool to help clinicians and researchers use 10 years of reported CDC data, latest news releases and informative slide decks based on disease epidemiology.
A CDC-funded group of regional centers created in partnership with health departments and universities, this site provides information on regional center trainings and links to e-learning opportunities.
A CDC website where public health professionals connect to each other and to HIV-related news, prevention resources, materials, and funding opportunities.
Developed in cooperation with the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD), the site provides state specific information and links to clinical guidelines, provider directories, videos, websites, billing codes and more.
The National Libraries of Medicine site provides summaries of recent research (for providers or for patients). Other useful features are Drugs A – Z, detailed information on 600+ drugs, and Health A – Z.
This federally funded national clearinghouse on rural health features the Rural HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment Toolkit to help organizations implementing these programs in rural communities.
The Technical Assistance Resources, Guidance, Education, and Training (TARGET) Center is Health Resources and Services Administration’s HIV/AIDS Bureau’s multi-faceted technical assistance initiative to serve as a readily accessible, current resource for Ryan White Program clinicians, case managers and grantees. Site also includes an extensive resource library.
As the largest single provider of medical care to people with HIV in the U.S., this site has policies and reports, provider education, quick references for clinicians, and a browse topics function. Also, site has a 3-page, 7-step guide for clinicians on “Delivering HIV Test Results.”