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2017 Publications

 

TAGline Spring 2017
NEWS ON THE FIGHT TO END HIV/AIDS, VIRAL HEPATITIS, AND TUBERCULOSIS

HIV Activist Learning Modules: Engaging our Community in HIV Prevention Policy Advocacy
March 29, 2017 – To support the efforts of prevention advocates across the United States, TAG's HIV Project has developed a series of modules to help support activists’ capacity needs and to develop advocacy action plans. The slides, handouts, and webinars in each of the four modules focus on how to identify and change the governmental, organizational, and institutional policies that create roadblocks to comprehensive HIV prevention in our communities. The materials are useful for personal education or group discussion on HIV prevention and policy advocacy.

An Activist’s Guide to Tuberculosis Diagnostic Tools
February 2017 - Understanding tuberculosis (TB) diagnosis is critical to understanding why the world is currently failing to end TB. Nearly half of people with TB—over 4 million per year—are undiagnosed, leaving them ill and at risk of death and with the potential to transmit disease to others.  Closing this massive gap will require much better use of the current diagnostic methods, as well as research into faster, simpler, more accurate, and less expensive options.

An Activist’s Guide to Tuberculosis Diagnostic Tools provides an overview of the different tests and strategies for detecting TB, including their benefits and limitations. The guide also makes recommendations for how activists and clinicians can contribute to improved TB diagnosis.

New and Updated HCV Treatment Fact Sheets Now Online
February 2017– New fact sheets on Epclusa, HCV Genotypes, and an updated fact sheet on Viekira XR and Technivie are now available.

Community Mobilization: An Assessment of Mechanisms and Barriers at Community-Based and AIDS Service Organizations in Nine U.S. Metropolitan Areas
January 9, 2017 – New Report Shines Spotlight on Need for More Investments in Community Leadership and Mobilization to End HIV as an Epidemic