Community Cooperative Council on HIV/AIDS Prevention (CCCHAP): Meeting Presentations

From the November 19, 2014 meeting

  • PrideAlive HIV Testing Successes & Challenges (PPT)

  • Minnesota’s FIMR/HIV Project (PPT)
    The goal of the FIMR/HIV Prevention Methodology is to improve perinatal HIV prevention systems by using the FIMR case review and community action process. The methodology provides an in-depth look at the health, social, economic, cultural, safety and education systems that result in a perinatal HIV exposure or transmission by collecting comprehensive quantitative and qualitative data, via medical record abstraction and maternal interview.

From the May 29, 2014 meeting:

From the November 22, 2013 meeting:

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