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Content From: Oskian Kouzouian, Deputy Director and Project Lead, AHEAD Dashboard, Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesPublished: June 17, 20212 min read


AHEAD Office Hours. Get your questions answered about using AHEAD and EHE data.

The Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy is offering one-on-one technical assistance and training for America’s HIV Epidemic Analysis Dashboard (AHEAD). The new AHEAD Office Hours will help educate users on using the Dashboard effectively and to support them as they use the data to help make planning decisions and incorporate the data in their own work.

This new service is free and available to local and state health officials, community planners, public health experts, researchers, policy makers, HIV service providers, and community stakeholders.

Sessions, which require registrationExit Disclaimer, are 60 minutes long and conducted by videoconference.

What you can learn. AHEAD Office Hours provide opportunities to ask any question you have about AHEAD and how you can use it to support your efforts to end the HIV epidemic. Whether you are looking to gain a better understanding of AHEAD’s indicators, or you want guidance on how you can use the dashboard for specific purposes, we’re here to help!

How does it work? During registration, we will ask some questions about your organization, the populations you serve, and the questions you have. You will receive an email confirmation with a link to join the video conference for your reserved time. Prior to your office hours session, someone from the AHEAD team might reach out to you to confirm you desired outcomes, to help us prepare for your session.

AHEAD background. AHEAD allows users to monitor the nation’s progress toward EHE’s goal of reducing new HIV infections by 75% by 2025 and 90% by 2030.’s free technical assistance can help you better understand the dashboard’s features and use it effectively to guide your efforts to end the HIV epidemic in the United States.

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