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National HIV Curriculum Integration Project (H-NIP)

Study GroupUsing the National HIV Curriculum e-Learning Platform to Strengthen the Nation's HIV Clinical Workforce. The Howard University College of Medicine is integrating the National HIV Curriculum (NHC) e-Learning Platform into the education and training curricula of 28 medical, nursing, pharmacy and other health profession programs (HPPs) including graduate education/residency programs located at 14 historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). The overarching goal of the project is to expand the HIV clinical workforce by increasing the number of health professional graduates who receive specialized training in the care and management of persons living with HIV/AIDS.

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H-NIP Summer 2022 Newsletter. Read about how H-NIP partners have stepped up to the plat to battle the COVID-19 pandemic along with voices from the field and impact felt across the country.

H-NIP Spring 2022 Newsletter. Read about our ongoing work as we continue our focused approach on ending the HIV epidemic in our communities and indeed our nation and the world.

HRSA Blog. Stay up to date with news and updates from the federal blog.

Read the latest from the HRSA HIV/AIDS Bulletin (April 2021)

Read the Winter 2020 H-NIP Newsletter

HRSA COVID-19 Statement (09/16/20)

Read the Summer 2020 H-NIP Newsletter

National Clinicians HIV/AIDS Testing & Awareness Day Recognized July 21

We are happy to announce our Training of Trainers (ToT) programPlease read more about it here.

"The National HIV Curriculum: Howard University Partners to Strengthen the Nation’s HIV Clinical Workforceas featured in the Dean's Notes newsletter of the National Student Nurses' Association.

COVID-19 Statement. These are challenging times and we will get through it together. Our H-NIP team, through our decades-old Telehealth Training Center will continue to provide you with the technical assistance  you expect and deserve. We have taken the following steps: 

• As of Monday March 23, 2020 our entire team will be working remotely.
• We will respond to messages within a 2-hour window during normal business hours (8:00 AM- 4:30 PM [EST]).
• For emergencies only, please contact our Project Manager, Ms. Denise Bailey at 202.330.9734. Otherwise, please contact the office at 202.865.8146.
• To assist you, we will provide you with your individual site's workplan status update. This will allow you to identify what, if anything needs to be changed and allow for those changes to be documented in your final reports. Read more

COVID-19 Resources for Advocates. This document is to help advocates with links to the latest information about COVID-19, including information on its prevention, transmission, relationship to HIV and research that’s underway. Many of the links below are constantly updated so please click through for the latest. Read more.

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This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant number U1OHA32108, Howard University: Integrating the National HIV Curriculum e-Learning Platform into Health Care Provider Professional Education (H-NIP) in the amount of $2.4M and with 0% financed with nongovernmental sources. This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.