The FDA eased its ban on blood donations from gay men amid covid-19. Some say it’s still not enough. 

by: CHPRC     June 23, 2020

June 23, 2020 | 6:05 AM EDT Gay and bisexual men still face barriers when donating blood, despite the FDA easing guidelines from a 12-month period of abstinence down to... [Read More];

Shifting the Paradigm in HIV Prevention and Treatment Service Delivery Toward Differentiated Care for Youth

by: CHPRC     March 25, 2019

By Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, Marco Thimm-Kaiser, Adam Benzekri, Donna Futterman   March 25, 2019 | Discussion Paper   Abstract Despite significant progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS in the United States,... [Read More];

Covered California Frequently Asked Questions for 2018

by: CHPRC     October 16, 2018

Covered California Frequently Asked Questions For People Living with HIV and Hepatitis C and People Considering PrEP Covered California open enrollment begins this week and you may have questions about how... [Read More];

Use of HIV Prevention Drug Grows, but Lags Among Minorities

by: CHPRC     March 7, 2018

The pill, known as PrEP, can reduce the risk of contracting the virus that causes AIDS by 90 percent. Its use has expanded sharply, but more among whites than minority... [Read More];

Press Coverage from the Patient-Centered Medical Homes (PCMH) Study

by: CHPRC     February 11, 2018

Shannon Fuller of the Northern California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Center was interviewed by the Medical Economics magazine to discuss a paper published from the patient-centered medical homes study (Principal Investigator: Dr. Wayne Steward). The paper, published last year in the Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, focused on patient attitudes about shared decision making – one of the components of the PCMH model. In this interview with Medical Economics, Fuller discusses the considerations for shared decision making in HIV care.

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