Kaiser Family Foundation Releases Updated HIV/AIDS Resources
Updated HIV/AIDS materials, kaiser EDU.org: The Kaiser Family Foundation on Wednesday released an updated version of the Reference Library: Global HIV/AIDS -- which contains resources on global HIV/AIDS statistics, country-specific data and analyses and recent reports on access to HIV/AIDS services and financing. The resource includes data from CDC, Globalhealthfacts.org, the Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator, UNAIDS and UNICEF. The foundation also released an updated version of "Reference Library: HIV/AIDS in the U.S.," which includes links to analyses of HIV/AIDS policy issues in the U.S., including Ryan White Care Act funding, and data on trends and resources in domestic HIV prevention and treatment efforts. The resource features data from CDC and the Kaiser Family Foundation. In addition, the foundation released a new issue module, "Volunteering on the HIV/AIDS Epidemic." The module is a guide for students seeking to get involved in fighting the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Featured resources include a list of internship and volunteer opportunities at HIV/AIDS organizations and information on HIV/AIDS-related resources and advocacy (Kaiser Family Foundation release, 8/23).This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.