Takeaways from the 2016 Liver Meeting for Viral Hepatitis Advocates

The American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD) held its annual conference, The Liver Meeting, from November 11-15 in Boston. Traditionally, the Liver Meeting attendees are clinicians and researchers and the program is primarily filled with highly technical scientific content. As a public health…Read More

Project Inform leads effort to improve HIV care retention and re-linkage

Project Inform has long hosted Think Tanks that bring together the community with other key stakeholders, including researchers, government officials and health care providers to tackle specific issues that others haven’t fully explored. On December 13 and 14, 2016, we hosted a meeting designed to address…Read More

Project Inform hires new PrEP navigator for expanding PleasePrEPMe.org

Project Inform is very pleased to announce the hiring of Charlie Romero as the new PrEP Navigator for PleasePrEPMe.org, a collaboration of Project Inform and HIVE. Charlie started January 23 and will be responsible for the daily operations of assisting Californians access PrEP through PleasePrEPMe’s expanded…Read More

Hepatitis C Awareness for Gay Men

Hepatitis C (HCV) is the most common blood-borne infection in the United States, with at least 3.5 million people living with it. Of this group, about 25% are co-infected with HIV and HCV. In recent years there’s been increased attention to HCV as new medications have…Read More

NCSH sexual health guides available for providers and patients

The NCSH has developed tools to help providers educate patients about services that are recommended for them, and to improve their delivery of high quality sexual health information and preventive sexual health services in clinical practice. Sexual Health and Your Patients: A Provider’s Guide Sexual Health…Read More

Project Inform launches new provider toolkit for screening hepatitis C in people who inject drugs

This month, Project Inform launches a new provider resource aimed at improving the health of people who inject drugs: Hepatitis C Infection and People Who Inject Drugs. People who inject drugs are at greatest risk of hep C infection in the United States. Many remain undiagnosed, putting…Read More

Join the fight to save health care for people living with HIV and viral hepatitis!

Congress is rushing to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as soon as President-Elect Donald Trump takes office. Congress does not have a replacement health care plan and there is no guarantee that millions of Americans will continue to have access to quality, affordable health care….Read More