The WADU Pam has compiled a variety of HIV/AIDS related online resources.
HIV/AIDS Law and Policy Resource – Designed to provide accurate and authoritative information in regard to HIV law and policy issues. Includes contents of the publication, AIDS and the Law (3rd ed.), authored by David Webber, who created this web site.
International AIDS Society-USA: HIV-Associated Resources on the Internet – Great resource created by Dr. Wendy S. Armstrong and Carlos del Rio published in 2009.
Kaiser Family Foundation (PDF, 340KB) – The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation is a non-profit, private operating foundation focusing on the major health care issues facing the nation. KFF develops and runs its own research and communications programs, often in partnership with outside organizations.
Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report – HIV/AIDS report compiled by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, an independent health care philanthropy. Features current news and reports on policy, statistics, and scientific developments related to HIV/AIDS, both nationally and worldwide.
Kaiser Family Foundation: HIV/AIDS Data & Statistics – Gateway to HIV/AIDS statistics and key data available from the Kaiser Family Foundation, including links to HIV/AIDS fact sheets and state-by-state AIDS and other health-related data.
Medscape HIV page – Offers links to prominent HIV/AIDS journal, commentary, useful information for both researchers and those affected.
National LGBT Health Education Center – Transgender people face numerous health disparities, which include an increased risk of HIV infection, especially among transgender women of color, and lower likelihood of preventative cancer screenings in transgender men as well as stigma, discrimination, and a lack of access to quality care. The webinars, publications, and other trainings found on this website are aimed at health care providers and other staff at health care organizations to help provide quality, inclusive, and welcoming care to transgender people
Podcasts / Videos
Integrated Care & HIV
Three practicing psychologists discuss the important partnership between psychology and HIV/AIDS primary care.
Surviving the AIDS Epidemic
Despite recent medical advances and drug treatments, HIV remains a burdensome condition for millions of people around the world. In this episode, psychologist Perry Halkitis, PhD, MS, MPH, talks about how the lessons from the survivors of the AIDS generation can inform the lives of those who are newly infected with HIV and those living with other challenging diseases.
Interview of former COPA Chair Perry Halkitis, PhD, on PrEP comprehensive HIV/AIDS Prevention. Video courtesy of NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development