ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR A PUBLIC HEALTH RESPONSE USING MOLECULAR HIV SURVEILLANCE DATA
In 2017, Project Inform held a think tank May 10 & 11 in Chicago to discuss the potential benefits and drawbacks to the expanding use of phylogenetic analyses of HIV as a way to guide public health efforts aimed at limiting the spread of HIV. CLICK HERE for PDF.
SAFE CONSUMPTION SPACES IN THE U.S.: UNITING FOR A NATIONAL MOVEMENT
In 2016, Project Inform held a think tank September 27-28 in Baltimore to discuss the key issues related to developing, launching and supervising safe consumption spaces in the U.S. CLICK HERE for PDF.
SCALING UP PRE-EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS IN CALIFORNIA
November 14, 2014 Project Inform held a think tank by gathering nearly 60 stakeholders from around California to discuss issues related to the uptake and roll-out of PrEP in the state. CLICK HERE for PDF.
SCALING UP RISK-BASED HCV SCREENING IN THE U.S.
In 2013, Project Inform held a think tank September 17-18 in Washington, DC to discuss and recommend various public health strategies to reach and test those at risk for hepatitis C. CLICK HERE for PDF.