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  • AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth & Families A nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of women, children, youth, and families living with HIV/AIDS through education and training, research, and advocacy. n.d.
  • AIDS Education and Training Centers (AETC) National Resource Center (NRC) Provides education and training resources targeted at the the United States' regional AETCs to support their mission to offer timely, high quality, state-of-the-art information to healthcare professionals working with existing and emerging populations affected by HIV. n.d.
  • AIDSinfo A service of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Offers the latest federally approved information on research, clinical trials, and treatment for patients and health care providers. n.d.
  • AIDSinfo Drug Database The AIDSInfo Drug Database contains fact sheets on more than 80 HIV/AIDS-related drugs. The fact sheets, in patient, health professional, and Spanish versions, provide information on the drug's use, pharmacology, and side effects. The database also includes approved and investigational antiretroviral drugs as well as drugs used in the treatment of opportunistic infections and cancers. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. n.d.
  • Antiretroviral Pregnancy Registry The Registry is a voluntary prospective, exposure-registration, observational study designed to collect and evaluate data on the outcomes of pregnancy exposures to antiretroviral products. It is intended to provide an early signal of any major teratogenic effects associated with a prenatal exposure to the products monitored through the Registry. Site includes information on how to participate and registration forms which providers may print out and mail. n.d.
  • Care of HIV Infection in the Developing World HIV InSite's collection of material on antiretroviral treatment developing countries. n.d.
  • CORE Initiative A USAID-funded global program designed to enhance the response of community and faith-based leaders and institutions to the causes and consequences of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. n.d.
  • Database of Antiretroviral Drug Interactions HIV InSite's fully referenced searchable database of interactions involving at least one antiretroviral drug. Provides information regarding effects on drug levels, potential clinical effects, mechanisms of interaction, management tips, and suggested alternative agents. n.d.
  • Family Health International Formed in 1971, FHI is a leader among nonprofit international public health organizations, managing research and field activities in more than 70 countries to meet the public health needs of some of the world's most vulnerable people. n.d.
  • GenderandAIDS UNIFEM Web Portal A comprehensive gender and HIV/AIDS web portal providing up-to-date information on the gender dimensions of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. n.d.
  • Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance A nonprofit organization that uses African religious networks as a way to distribute antiretroviral drugs to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV. n.d.
  • Global Coalition on Women and AIDS An initiative of activists, government representatives, community workers, and celebrities, that seeks to stimulate concrete action to improve the daily lives of women and girls. The coalition focuses on preventing new HIV infections among women and girls, promoting equal access to HIV care and treatment, accelerating microbicides research, protecting women's property and inheritance rights, and reducing violence against women. n.d.
  • HIV/AIDS Resource Center for Women This new resource from <i>The Body</i> contains resources, interviews, and information related to women and HIV. This web site is targeted primarily at women and the general public, but other audiences will find the content and links valuable as well. The Body. 2007.
  • HIV Web Study The site provides interactive, case-based training modules related to the clinical care of HIV-infected persons. n.d.
  • IAS-CTP Ghent International Working Group on HIV in Women and Children A network of experts in the area of PMTCT. The Ghent Group was set up in 1991 to bring together researchers and policy makers and create an environment in which issues relating to HIV vertical transmission could be discussed, with an emphasis on resource-limited countries. n.d.
  • International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS (ICW) An international network run for and by HIV-positive women which aim is to reduce the isolation of women living with HIV/AIDS by exchanging information on health issues, self-help, human rights, and setting up local support networks. n.d.
  • MTCT-Plus Initiative The initiative supports the provision of HIV-specific care, including access to antiretroviral options, to HIV-infected women and children identified in PMTCT programs, and to their HIV-infected family members as appropriate. n.d.
  • ProCAARE (Program for the Collaboration Against AIDS and Related Epidemics) A discussion forum, established as a partnership between SATELLIFE and the Harvard University, that provides a forum for dialogue among clinical and public health physicians, nurses, researchers, policy makers, program managers, and other interested health practitioners both in the developing and industrialized world who are engaged in the fight against AIDS. n.d.
  • Telemedicine This site is meant to guide physicians and health care workers in the use of antiretroviral therapy and AIDS care delivery in resource-limited settings. Registered users may submit cases to the HIV Case Rounds section of the site, send questions to HIV specialists, and participate in the discussion forums. The site is a project of the Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp. n.d.
  • The National Women's Health Information Center The National Women's Health Information Center is a service of the Office on Women's Health in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and provides health information through a call center and web site. The section on women and HIV/AIDS includes basic information on prevention, testing, treatment, and living with HIV. n.d.
  • UNAIDS Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS n.d.
  • Well Project A woman-specific HIV Internet resource providing information on the latest treatments, therapies, and clinical trials, as well as advocacy tools, slide presentations, a forum for discussion groups, and project start-up guides. n.d.
  • WHO The World Health Organization's HIV/AIDS Web site. n.d.
  • WHO Department of Gender and Women's Health The Department of Gender and Women's Health is charged with helping WHO's various programs and departments undertake the challenge of integrating gender considerations into their work. It is also responsible for researching and disseminating information on neglected topics directly pertaining to women's health, such as gender-based violence against women. n.d.