World AIDS Day 2020, Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Resilience and Impact
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Today, we share some news from the Indian Health Service (IHS). This month, Lisa Neel, MPH, (Cherokee) has moved from her position as the lead voice of the IHS HIV/AIDS Programs to the Tribal Epidemiology Centers Program at IHS.
In six-plus years at the IHS National HIV/AIDS Program, Lisa has strengthened the foundation of our response to the HIV epidemic within American Indian and Alaska Native communities. Her service in federal work groups, her steady
communication with local program staff and community members, and her work to improve access to, and quality of, HIV care are just a few examples of her leadership. We also commend her work to expand the Program’s response to the viral hepatitis epidemic.
This week, HIV.gov’s Director, Miguel Gomez, spoke with Lisa about IHS’ HIV resources and about her new work at the Division of Epidemiology and Disease Prevention in the Office of Public Health Support.
Lisa shared information about a new HIV/AIDS prevention and care funding opportunity available to Indian Tribes, Tribal organizations, and Urban Indian organizations. The funding is intended to meet American Indian and Alaska Native community needs to improve HIV prevention and care.
For information on IHS’ HIV work and resources, contact Mr. Rick Haverkate, Richard.email@example.com or click here.