Our findings reinforce the continued need for HIV care and treatment services to incorporate programming addressing food insecurity. (A Leddy, S Weiser CAPS/PRC)
Read more here - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30165648/
Providers that serve YEH, and other people experiencing homelessness, are necessary and valued frontline workers. (Lightfoot M. CAPS/PRC) Read more here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32951678/
Persistent food insecurity creates a risk of depression and poor mental well-being. Interventions to improve women's mental health call for addressing food insecurity. (S Weiser CAPS/PRC)
Read more here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30753638/
¿Cómo afectan los medicamentos opioides a las personas con VIH?
Elaborado por Kathleen Clanon, MD and Pamela DeCarlo | July 2017
Health disparities and HIV/AIDSHealth disparities exist across race/ethnic, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic and/or geographically defined population groups. This e-newsletter features CAPS/PRC research that discusses and addresses health disparities among impacted groups that are living with or at risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS. Shout out to our Visiting Professors for summer 2017 !
- Stay up-to-date on research and learn what we found out from research
- Use the materials in trainings/presentations
- Advocate for services/funding
- Write grants
- Develop new or modify existing HIV prevention programs
- Evaluate current programs
- Connect with CAPS/PRC to develop new projects.
How do prescription pain pills (opioids) affect HIV?
Prepared by Kathleen Clanon, MD and Pamela DeCarlo Community Engagement (CE) Core | July 2017
SIP14-026 Cognitive Interviews of Executive Directors of Food Banks to Inform Improved Distribution of Healthy Foods
NIMH re-funds CAPS for another five years & CAPS 30th Anniversary!Welcome to our 2nd quarterly e-newsletter! This issue highlights new research projects from CAPS VII,the CAPS 30th Anniversary Celebration, and NIMH re-funding for another 5 years.
NOTE: This study has ended. The Enhancing Prevention with Positives Evaluation Center (EPPEC) is a technical assistance and evaluation center for 15 demonstration sites funded by the Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS) program of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The 15 demonstration sites work with EPPEC and the SPNS program at HRSA to implement and evaluate HIV prevention interventions with HIV-infected patients in primary health care settings.