Publications

Return to Home Page

 
Inform. Educate. Communicate.
  

AIDS Action's publications bring timely AIDS information to policy makers, community-based organizations, students, researchers and the general public. Our research covers a range of issues from medication adherence to managed care to new technologies for rapid HIV testing.   

What Works in HIV Prevention For Youth

(PDF Format) Get the Acrobat Reader for FREE

What Works in HIV Prevention For Substance Users

(PDF Fotmat) Get the Acrobat Reader for FREE

What Works in HIV Prevention For Gay Men 

(PDF Format) Get the Acrobat Reader for FREE

Talking About AIDS So America Listens

(PDF Format) Get the Acrobat Reader for FREE

Talking About AIDS So America Listens is a handbook, which provides your organization with talking points for communicating with legislators, the press, and your community. The guide also helps in countering AIDS myths and misperceptions and generates public support for prevention, care, and research. 

Safe, Fast, and Reliable: A New Generation of HIV Testing (Supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.)

(PDF Format) Get the Acrobat Reader for FREE

Safe, Fast, and Reliable: A New Generation of HIV Testing. is an overview of the benefits and challenges rapid testing poses for community-based organizations and their clients. It explores current and prospective HIV testing technology and the issues organizations will encounter as they seek to incorporate rapid testing into their HIV testing and counseling programs. 

Medicaid Managed Care & HIV/AIDS:
A Guide for Community-Based Organizations
(Supported by the the federal Health Resources and Services Administration, HIV/AIDS Bureau.)
(PDF Format) Get the Acrobat Reader for FREE

Ensuring that community-based organizations and their clients get the most out of Medicaid managed care is the aim of AIDS Action's publication, Medicaid Managed Care & HIV/AIDS: A Guide for Community-Based Organizations. The guide offers an overview of Medicaid managed care, outlines key issues for CBOs and provides contacts for state Medicaid programs and state and local Ryan White coordination. 

Medicaid/Medicare Dual Eligibility for
People Living With HIV/AIDS
(Supported by the the federal Health Resources and Services Administration, HIV/AIDS Bureau.)
(PDF Format) Get the Acrobat Reader for FREE

As current HIV treatments increase life spans for those living with the disease, an increasing number of individuals are becoming dually eligible for Medicaid and Medicare. AIDS Service Organizations (ASOs) face challenges in helping clients secure those benefits. The report highlights outcomes from a 1999 AIDS Action meeting to address this critical and growing issue.

 


AIDS Action

1906 Sunderland Place NW

Washington, DC 20036

Phone: (202) 530-8030
Fax: (202) 530-8031
Privacy Statement