93.145: HIV-Related Training and Technical Assistance
Aug. 4, 2022
Aug. 4, 2022
National Training and Technical Assistance Cooperative Agreements: The purpose of this funding is to: (1) Assess Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) recipients' technical assistance needs and/or provide technical assistance related to building capacity and increasing their ability to provide high quality HIV care and treatment services; (2) Assess, develop materials, and disseminate strategies and tools related to the RWHAP recipients' technical assistance needs for program development and operations; (3) Provide technical assistance for the collection, storage and retrieval of data for program reporting, evaluation, and program improvement purposes; and (4) Work with HHS agencies and national organization partners to develop strategies, tools, and trainings for RWHAP recipients. AIDS Education and Training Centers Program: The purpose of this funding is to: (1) Train health personnel, including practitioners in programs under this title and other community providers, in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of HIV disease, including the prevention of the perinatal transmission of the disease, including measures for the prevention and treatment of opportunistic infections, and including (as applicable to the type of health professional involved), prenatal and other gynecological care for women with HIV; (2) Train the faculty of schools of, and graduate departments or programs of medicine, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, public health, allied health, and mental health practice to teach health professions students to provide for the health care needs of individuals with HIV; (3) Develop and disseminate curricula and resource materials relating to the care and treatment of individuals with HIV and the prevention among individuals who are at risk of contracting HIV; and (4) Develop protocols for the medical care of women with HIV, including prenatal and other gynecological care for such women.
Type of Assistance
B - Cooperative Agreements
Entities eligible to apply include public and nonprofit entities (including faith-based and community based organizations) and school and academic health science centers involved in addressing HIV related issues at a national level. Federally Recognized Indian Tribal Government and Native American Organizations are eligible to apply.
Persons with HIV.