HIV Professional Associations and Other Resources
Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Medical Provider Locator Toolexternal icon
This webpage offers a directory of Ryan White HIV/AIDS medical providers.
Clinician Consultation Centerexternal icon
The Clinical Consultation Center (CCC) is a free consultation service that provides health care providers with prompt, expert responses to questions about the HIV Continuum–HIV testing, treatment, and care and other HIV-related issues.
AIDS Services Organizations by Zip Codeexternal icon
This webpage offers AIDS services organizations by zip code.
Referral Link Provider Directoryexternal icon
This webpage offers a directory of HIV health care providers.
National Library of Medicine—HIV/AIDS Specialized Information Servicesexternal icon
The National Library of Medicine–HIV/AIDS Specialized Information Services offers access to a comprehensive collection of HIV/AIDS-related resource through AIDSource.
Let’s Stop HIV Together
Let’s Stop HIV Together includes campaigns and partnerships that focus on consumers, including those at high risk for getting HIV, as well as health care providers. Let’s Stop HIV Together empowers communities, partners on the ground, and providers by providing resources and information about HIV testing, prevention, and treatment.
HIV Resource Center – American Journal of Medicineexternal icon
This resource center offers clinicians and nurses free educational opportunities. Health care providers can also learn more about current evidence-based approaches to HIV prevention and care.
Statistics on HIV/AIDS in America
HIV in the USA offers statistics on HIV/AIDS in America.
Effective Interventions: HIV Prevention That Works
This website is designed to support the HIV prevention workforce in the United States by providing resources and trainings informed by the best available science that can be used to implement HIV prevention interventions and strategies.
Access clinical publications, authored by HIV prevention and treatment specialists that provide information from the clinician’s perspective on topics important for HIV prevention.
- Why You Should Provide HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) at Your College Health Centerexternal icon
Michael J. Huey, MD, Margaret Higham, MD, and Ariel L. Watriss, MSN, NP-C
- PrEP Your High-risk Patients to Help Protect Them From HIVexternal icon
Jeffrey T. Kirchner, D.O
- Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis in Trans Populations: Providing Gender-Affirming Prevention for Trans People at High Risk of Acquiring HIVexternal icon
Madeline B. Deutsch, MD
- Supporting Medication Adherence for HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)pdf iconexternal icon
Dawn K. Smith, MD
- Providing PrEP in Primary Carepdf iconexternal icon
Dawn K. Smith, MD, and Ronald Goldschmidt, MD
- Taking a Sexual History in Primary Care Settings: Where Do You Start?external icon
Donna Sweet, MD
- Preexposure Prophylaxis Is for Women, Tooexternal icon
Oni J. Blackstock, MD, MHS
- How to incorporate HIV PrEP into your practiceexternal icon
Jenell Stewart, DO, MPH, Joanne D. Stekler, MD, MPH