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  • How to Spread the Word about National Transgender HIV Testing Day
    04-15-2019Toolkits, social media content and more communication resources are now available to help you get the word out about National Transgender HIV Testing Day.
  • Youth and Healthcare: New Data and Insights
    04-02-2019Engaging younger Americans in healthcare services can be challenging—these trends from the Accenture 2019 Digital Health Consumer Survey offer insights.
  • Highlights: CDC National HIV Prevention Conference
    03-27-2019We’ve summarized our coverage of the 2019 National HIV Prevention Conferenceso you can catch up on any of the posts that you may have missed.
  • How Mobile Devices and 5G Are Reshaping the Digital Divide
    03-26-2019Three digital divide trends we’re watching: mobile devices, 5G networks, and screen-time limits for youth.
  • Secretary Azar Addresses CDC’s National HIV Prevention Conference
    03-20-2019The second plenary session at the CDC’s 2019 National HIV Prevention Conference featured remarks by HHS Secretary Alex Azar.
  • Recognition and Response: National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2019
    03-20-2019Please join us in recognizing the impact of HIV on Native communities, and in communicating about the importance of knowing one’s HIV status.
  • CDC National HIV Prevention Conference Opens with Focus on Ending the HIV Epidemic
    03-19-2019At the opening session of NHPC, Drs. Redfield, Fauci, and Cheever shared their vision and insights on the proposed federal plan to eliminate HIV in the US.
  • Two Good Freebies from HIV.gov
    03-14-2019HIV.gov provides two free ways for communicators and others to increase their effective use of social media and digital technologies.
  • PACHA Meets March 14 & 15
    03-13-2019PACHA to meet this week, discuss Ending the HIV Epidemic plan, next iterations of national HIV and viral hepatitis strategies.
  • Highlights: Wrap-up from CROI 2019
    03-12-2019Last week HIV.gov covered HIV research coming out of the 2019 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections.