AIDS Resources

This section of the site provides quick access to case studies and helpful on-line social marketing resources for reducing the spread of AIDS. We welcome suggestions for additional case studies and resources

 

Latest News

July 16, 2012

The US Centers for Disease Control and Preventions (CDC) has just launched a new national HIV awareness and anti-stigma campaign called "Lets Stop HIV Together." The campaign gives voice to people living with HIV from all walks of life, alongside their friends and family members. As part of the campaign, these individuals share their personal stories and call on everyone to join the fight against the disease.


May 7, 2012

We have added six new AIDS-related resources this past year. Let us know what you think.


January 2012

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP) released its Atlas, a new tool that will allow users to create maps, charts, and tables using HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB surveillance data. It has also published a basic guide to the cost-effectiveness analysis of prevention interventions for HIV infection and AIDS.
 

 

Most Recent Aids Case Studies

AIDS Peer Education Program  Health

The goal of this peer education program is to reduce the incidence of sexually transmitted diseases (STD) and AIDS among teenagers, by the postponement of sexual involvement or by condom use. A group of trained students (ages 15-16) creates skits, videos, games and posters, then makes presentations for their younger peers (ages 12-15).

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Most Recent Aids Resources

Planning Effective Health Communication Campaigns for Gay Men  Health

Contains sections on forming a planning team, audience selection and segmentation, objectives, channels, partners, and message development and pre-testing

Includes worksheets

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EPPI-Centre  EnvironmentHealthSafety

Contains reviews of research evidence on interventions related to active transportation (walking and cycling), rod safety, physical activity, heart health (cardiovascular disease), HIV / AIDS, nutrition, obesity, tobacco (smoking), conflict resolution, crime, education, and employment.

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Health-Evidence.ca  EnvironmentHealthSafety

A free, searchable online registry of systematic reviews on the effectiveness of public health and health promotion interventions. The content has been quality rated. Bilingual (English and French).

Topics include: AIDS, environmental health, fitness, injury prevention, nutrition, safety, cycling, walking, water quality

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Photoshare  EnvironmentHealth

Provides images related to AIDS / HIV, environment (especially agriculture, environmental protection and water) maternal and child health

Includes over 17,000 images available free-of-charge upon request for non-profit use promoting international health and development

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Media / Materials Clearinghouse  EnvironmentHealthSafety

An international clearinghouse for those with an interest in health communication materials: pamphlets, posters, audiotapes, videos, training materials, job aids, electronic media and other media/materials designed to promote public health.

Materials are available for a wide range of heath issues including: AIDS (and also condom use, HIV and safer sex), asthma, automobiles, diet, fitness, nutrition (also child nutrition and infant nutrition), physical abuse, psychological abuse and sexual harassment (bullying), tobacco use, traffic safety, transportation, waste management, water (quality, storage, supply, treatment) and wildlife

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CDC Public Health Image Library  EnvironmentHealth

Provides photographs, illustrations and multimedia files, with image collections for environmental health, natural disasters, anatomy, biological sciences, heart health, nutrition, chemicals and drugs, diseases (including AIDS) and organisms.

Most of the images in the collection are in the public domain and are thus free of any copyright restrictions.

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U.S. HIV/AIDS Atlas  Health

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP) publish an Atlas that will allow users to create maps, charts, and tables using HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB surveillance data.

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Basic Guide to the Cost-effectiveness Analysis of Prevention Interventions for HIV Infection and AIDS  Health

This guide consists of two sections. The first section introduces the basic concept of cost-effectiveness analysis. The second section provides the sources of basic model inputs commonly used in the literature. Significant publications in the field and other related sources are also provided at the end.

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Communications Initiative  EnvironmentHealth

An online space for sharing the experiences of, and building bridges between, the people and organizations engaged in or supporting communication as a fundamental strategy for economic and social development and change

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Cases in Public Health Communication and marketing  Health

This free, open access journal publishes case studies in public health communication and marketing. They publish peer-reviewed, commissioned and sponsored cases that have the potential to teach and improve the practice of public health. Each case describes a public health program - or some aspect of a public health program - that is based at least in part on communication or marketing methods.

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Spare Change  Health

This blog covers living (physical activity, fitness), AIDS, nutrition, obesity and tobacco.

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Structural Interventions, HIV Prevention and Public Health: Descriptive summary of selected literature  Health

Includes sections on cultural, demographic and socioeconomic factors; legal / ethical issues; and populations /settings

 

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Delicious  Health

Identifies hundreds of social marketing resources related to: AIDS, nutrition, obesity, tobacco, market research methods, and marketing strategies.

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Marketing Public Programs  EnvironmentHealthSafety

Contains numerous brief program descriptions and links related to a range of topics including: children, drinking, drugs, environment (air, conservation, energy, waste, water), food, health (baby, blood and organ donation, disease, fitness, HIV & AIDS, medications and vaccines, mental health, pregnancy, prevention, sex, smoking, sunscreen) and safety (auto, crime, fires, guns, home, infants, recreation, seat belts, violence)

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Social Marketing for Health  Health

Includes strong content on Stages of Change Theory as it relates to audience segmentation and message development for HIV / AIDS programs

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