Shared Action has put together a collection of our educational written-materials that are the result from joining forces with Subject Matter Experts to present pragmatic information high- risk populations’ context, intervention strategies, organizational infrastructure and program sustainability, and pre-requisite core competencies used to implement and evaluate the implementation of Effective Behavioral Interventions.

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(Technical Bulletins, Broadsheets and Materiales en español)

Technical Bulletins

technical bulletins

Technical Bulletins are documents that provide guidelines on specific prerequisite core competencies and other components that are needed to support, implement, adapt, and evaluate HIV prevention interventions.

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Broadsheets are documents that provide information on risk context and public health strategies for specific high-risk communities (e.g. Gay Men, Women, Transgender and Youth MSM, PrEP.)

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Materiales en español

educationa materials in spanish

Para nuestros colegas hispano-parlantes tenemos materiales disponibles en español. Por favor oprima AQUÍ para tener acceso a estos documentos.

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Proposal Writing Resources

proposal writing resources

The goal of the Institute was to strengthen agencies' capacity to write a grant proposal as well as provide framework for agencies to make better decisions about what interventions to implement and assess their capacity to effectively carry out the interventions they propose to implement in their grant proposals.

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Shared Action collaborates with Subject Matter Experts to deliver an effective and pragmatic content-driven presentation aimed at increasing and improving the base knowledge of HIV prevention providers. Web seminars are presented in a one-hour live Power Point seminar to anyone who registers and has access to the internet and a telephone. Previous topics covered include Latinas and HIV and Substance, Use and Overview.

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