NCHHSTP 2016 Archive

TB Surveillance Report 2015 Released
For the first time since 1992, the number of U.S. TB cases increased over the previous year

2015 surveillance report fullreport cover

With Better Data, A Foundation for Stronger HIV PreventionExternal Blog by Dr. Eugene McCray, Director, Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, NCHHSTP

HIV blog

CDC Releases New Guidelines for Diagnosis of Tuberculosis
Recommendations on diagnosis of latent TB infection, pulmonary TB, and extrapulmonary TB in adults and children

images of physician and patient

World AIDS Day 2016

World AIDS Day 2016 Curated highlights using Storify

World AIDS Day 2016
35 years after the first cases reported in the United States, HIV continues to be a leading cause of death worldwide.

Mother holding daughter

Have STDs Reached Crisis Level? The Status Quo Is No Longer EnoughExternal
Huffington Post Commentary by Dr. Jonathan Mermin, NCHHSTP Director

HuffPo Commentary 2015 STD Surv Report

STD Surveillance Report 2015 ReleasedCdc-pdf
Statistics and trends for sexually transmitted diseases in the United States through 2015

NCHHSTP Epidemiologic and Economic Modeling Agreement

NCHHSTP Epidemiologic and Economic Modeling Agreement (NEEMA)
New website showcases cost-effective and modeling projects for improving public health programs

NCHHSTP Epidemiologic and Economic Modeling Agreement

NCHHSTP Annual Report 2015 Released
Highlighting some of the Center’s key achievements from 2015

NCHHSTP 2015 Annual Report cover

October 15 is National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day
We’ll Defeat AIDS, con GANAS (‘with our wholehearted efforts’)

Two men smiling

2016 STD Prevention Conference

2016 STD Prevention Conference Ads

Huffington Post BlogExternal
Eliminating Tuberculosis In America

Huffington Post Blog header with Dr. Jonathan Mermin

Antibiotic-Resistant Gonorrhea
New Warning Signs that Gonorrhea Treatment May be Losing Effectiveness

photos: gonorrhea medications

September 27 is National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Find your best HIV prevention and treatment options

Group of men sitting on stairs

Back to School
Engaging Parents, Schools, and Communities to Improve Teen Health

group of student Back to School

Targeted Testing and Treatment for Latent TB Infection
CDC supports new USPSTF recommendation to test at-risk populations

Latent Tuberculosis Infection Resources

Increases in Hepatitis C Threaten Young Women and Babies 2016
CDC calls for hepatitis C screening and reporting to protect the health of a new generation

Hepatitis C Virus

Antibiotic Resistance Threatening Treatment of Gonorrhea
New report shows current treatment may be in jeopardy

New report on antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea

World Hepatitis Day is July 28
Know Hepatitis. Act Now.

Hepatitis World Day 2016 logo

KABI Chronicles
Using Motion Comics for HIV/STD Prevention

KABI Chronicles - Motion Comic Graphic

2015 Provisional TB Data
Leveling of Tuberculosis Rates

Take on TB Ads

June 27 is National HIV Testing Day
Get the facts, get tested, and get involved!

Two women at restaurant, A young couple in alley, looking into each other’s eyes, Two young men crossing the street, one on the other’s back.

May is Hepatitis Awareness Month
Learn the ABCs of Viral Hepatitis

Learn the ABCs of Viral Hepatitis

National Prevention Information Network
March – April Connections

National Prevention Information Network

MSM Health Site Redesigned:
New, flexible design offers improved experience on any device

MSM Health Site Redesigned

Medscape Commentaries
Acute Hepatitis C Infection in Young Persons Who Use Drugs

Acute Hepatitis C Infection in Young Persons Who Use Drugs

White House:External
National Action Plan for TB

National Action Plan for TB

School Health Profiles 2014
Characteristics of Health Programs Among Secondary Schools

School Health Profiles 2014

National Prevention Information Network
January – February Connections

National Prevention Information Network
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