HIV Primer Videos for Public Health and Medical Audiences

This summer I took the PUBH 725 course at the UNC School of Public Health that dealt with HIV topics. While I work on HIV topics often for my public health research job, I still found the class quite interesting.

The lectures have been posted publicly for anyone to view. If you are interested in HIV I think you’ll enjoy these videos. If you have time for only one video, I would watch the Myron Cohen video from Week 5. The week 2 videos are also quite interesting, especially the one on mental health.

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CDC Launches the “Doing It” Campaign

CDC this week launched the “Doing It” campaign to encourage HIV testing. I have to say I’m biased and love the campaign because I was involved in the initial formative research for it. 

The campaign uses models that represent different ethnicities, genders, sexualities and races. 

The campaign website includes different banner ads that organizations can put on their websites as well as printable materials. 

A Resisted Pill to Prevent H.I.V.

A Resisted Pill to Prevent H.I.V.