The AASLD and IDSA in partnership with the panel have created an updated web experience to facilitate easier and faster access to AASLD/IDSA Hepatitis C Guidelines .
These recommendations should be regarded as a source of clinical guidance rather than prescriptive standards; health-care providers should always consider the clinical circumstances of each person in the context of local disease prevalence. CDCSTDguidelines are applicable to any patient-care setting that serves persons at risk for STDs, including family-planning clinics, HIV-care clinics, correctional health-care settings, private physicians’ offices, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), and other primary-care facilities. These guidelines focus on treatment and counseling and do not address other community services and interventions that are essential to STD/HIV prevention efforts.
As the main dissemination point for federally approved HIV treatment and prevention guidelines, HIVinfo provides information about the current treatment regimens for HIV infection and HIV-related illnesses, as well as the prevention of HIV transmission from occupational exposure, non-occupational exposure and mother-to-child transmission during pregnancy.
The AETC National Resource Center provides a central repository for AETC program and contact information and for training materials developed within the AETC network.
AIDS Action is a national organization dedicated to the development, analysis, cultivation, and encouragement of sound policies and programs in response to the HIV epidemic. AIDS Action does this by disseminating information and building/using advocacy on behalf of all those living with and affected by HIV.
AIDS Education and Training Centers (AETCs) have been established through a grant program of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The AETC National Resource Center (NRC) maintains this website which provides a virtual library of online training resources for adaptation to meet local training needs. A broad range of downloadable interdisciplinary training materials is available.
The Network's home page has directories on clinical trials, available government and corporate-sponsored treatments, glossaries, and links to other HIV sites.
The American Academy of HIV Medicine is an independent organization of HIV specialists and others dedicated to promoting excellence in HIV/AIDS care and prevention. Through advocacy and education, the Academy is committed to supporting health care providers in HIV medicine and to ensuring better care for those living with AIDS and HIV disease. Credentials physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and pharmacists specializing in advanced level HIV care.
AmFAR is a non-profit organization dedicated to the support of AIDS research, AIDS prevention, treatment education, and the advocacy of sound AIDS-related public policy.
American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) works to improve access to high-quality, evidence-based addiction prevention and treatment through national advocacy efforts, public policy statements, publications and provider education/certification.
ANAC is a nonprofit professional nursing organization committed to fostering the individual and collective professional development of nurses involved in the delivery of health care to people living with or affected by HIV. ANAC aims to promote the health and welfare of all people affected by HIV/AIDS.
The Body provides in-depth information on topics ranging from HIV prevention to state-of-the-art treatment modalities.
NPIN provides the nation’s largest collection of information and resources on HIV, STD and TB prevention.
GMHC provides a hotline, counseling and workshop information; the basics on AIDS, testing, safer sex; offers hands-on-support services in NYC and education and advocacy for hundreds of thousands nationwide.
Funded by the CDC, Hepatitis C Online is a free educational website from the University of Washington National Hepatitis Training Center. The site addresses the diagnosis, monitoring, and management of hepatitis C virus infection. Free CE credits are offered throughout this site.
CDC provides information, fact sheets and statistics about HIV and its co-occurring conditions.
A curated public database to represent, store and analyze HIV drug resistance data.
Housed at the University of California San Francisco, HIV InSite provides comprehensive, up-to-date information on HIV/AIDS epidemiology, policy, treatment and prevention for health care providers and the public.
The Liverpool drug interaction site provides a clinically useful, reliable, comprehensive, up-to-date, evidence-based drug-drug interaction resource, freely available to healthcare workers, patients and researchers.
Current HIV and Hepatitis C and B articles and news updates can be found on this website.
The NHC provides ongoing, up-to-date information needed to meet the core competency knowledge for HIV prevention, screening, diagnosis, and ongoing treatment and care to healthcare providers in the United States. Developed by the AETC network, and led by the University of Washington, the NHC provides free online continuing education for novice-to-expert health professionals, students, and faculty.
Sponsored by the University of California at San Francisco, San Francisco General Hospital, the Clinician’s Consultation Center is a resource for health care professionals. This site provides toll free numbers for consultation services and referral services. It also provides case studies and additional links.
This site addresses the national research needs created by the advent and spread of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It offers federally approved treatment guidelines, news releases, treatment information, and links to other sites.
This site provides HIV/AIDS information, web links, and NLM resources especially for health professionals, researchers/scientists, students/educators, and the public.
The NMAC is dedicated to developing leadership within communities of color to address the challenges of HIV/AIDS.
The center provides national leadership for the coordination, evaluation, and development of the required infrastructure and services needed to address the clinical needs of underserved communities and populations affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
The National STD Curriculum is a free educational website from the University of Washington STD Prevention Training Center. This site addresses the epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, management, and prevention of STDs. Free CE credits are offered throughout this site.
POZ is a magazine that chronicles the lives of people affected by HIV/AIDS. Its website features daily HIV/AIDS news, treatment information, forums, blogs, and personals. POZ publishes updated HIV drug charts yearly.
Positively Aware is a national voice for amplifying the concerns and resource needs for people living with HIV in the U.S. The magazine provides accurate, up-to-date treatment information for people living with HIV/AIDS and includes updated HIV and HCV drug charts.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. Charged with reducing the impact of substance misuse and mental illness in the United States, the site includes links to programs, policies, information and data, funding sources, a helpline and treatment locators.