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  • CBO Quarterly Call/Webinar Slides (May, 2012) – Emphasis and De-Emphasis of EBIs
  • DHAP EBI Prioritization Webinar (Sept, 2013) – DHAP EBI Prioritization Webinar
  • CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention invited its PS10-1003 CBO, Capacity Building Assistance, and the National Network of Prevention Training Center partners to the first in a series of webinars on Thursday, September 26th, 2013, to discuss the PS10-1003 Community High Impact Prevention (CHIP) program. The webinar included important new guidance for our prevention partners about the implementation of the CHIP program, CHIP program requirements, implementation timeline, and critical next steps for grantees.
    CBO Community High Impact Prevention Webinar
  • This webinar (November 14, 2013) includes important new guidance for our PS10-1003 CBO partners about the implementation of the CHIP program and includes an overview on the HIV Care Continuum and the linkage to care component of the CHIP program.
    Community High Impact Prevention Webinar #2
  • This webinar (December 5, 2013) includes important new guidance for our PS10-1003 CBO partners about the implementation of the CHIP program and includes an overview and discussion on recruitment and retention and the Navigation and Support Services component of the CHIP program.
    Community High Impact Prevention Webinar #3
  • This webinar (January 23, 2014) is the guidance conference call to assist you in completing your PS10-1003 IPR and to clarify any questions you may have pertaining to the IPR requirements and/or the development of your Year 5 (July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015) program budget.
    Community High Impact Prevention Webinar #4/IPR Guidance Call

 


 

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