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  1. Current Issues in Pediatric HIV Treatment

    November 19, 2014

    Ted Ruel gives an overview of HIV treatment for children, from the perinatal period through adolescence. He discusses regimen selection for infants and children in various scenarios, aggressive early treatment, the ‘Mississippi baby,’ and neonatal pharmacokinetics. For older children, he raises questions about how to lower long-term toxicity and improve adherence. Clarissa Ospina-Norvell discusses treatment of youth in the U.S., including the challenges of coming to an adult clinic and programs for young adults at SFGH and Larkin Street.


  2. HIV Prevention and Care in Transgender People: Related Resources

    Updates, journal articles, guidelines, reports, research summaries, links, and other resources
    Content reviewed August 2009

  3. Safer Sex Methods: Related Resources

    Updates, journal articles, guidelines, reports, research summaries, links, and other resources
    Content reviewed September 2006

  4. Asian and Pacific Islander Americans Links

    Links to selected HIV/AIDS websites

  5. The San Francisco Transgender Health Project

    Conference presentation
    May 5, 2000

    Kristen Kristen Clements, M.P.H., is an epidemiologist with the San Francisco Department of Public Health Epidemiology and Evaluation Section and a Ph.D. candidate at the University of California, Berkeley. Kristen employs participatory research methods to conduct epidemiological and evaluation studies with hard-to-reach populations such as homeless youth, the Transgender community, and incarcerated individuals.

    Carla Clynes, B.A., is a Health Worker III with the San Francisco Department of Public Health Epidemiology and Evaluation Section. Carla works on numerous research studies including the Transgender Community Health Project, the Party & Play Study, and the Prevention Case Management Study. Prior to her employment with the Department of Public Health, Carla was a Health Educator for Instituto Familiar de la Raza and was very active working with the Latina Transgender Community.


  6. Systematic Review of HIV Behavioral Prevention Research in African Americans

    HIV InSite Knowledge Base Chapter
    March 2002
    Lynae A. Darbes, PhD, University of California San Francisco; Gail E. Kennedy, MPH, University of California San Francisco; Greet Peersman, PhD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Lev Zohrabyan, MD, MPH, Emory University; George W. Rutherford, MD, University of California San Francisco
    We conducted a systematic review of the HIV prevention intervention literature for African Americans in the United States. We focused on the four major risk groups (men who have sex with men (MSM), injection...

  7. Deaf People

    Links to selected HIV/AIDS websites

  8. Professional Associations and Provider Lists

    Links to selected HIV/AIDS websites

  9. Links

    Links to selected HIV/AIDS websites

  10. Arab Americans and HIV Prevention

    Mary Salome, MA, UCSF Center for HIV Information
    October 2005
    In March 2000, HIV InSite published interviews with 4 Arab Americans whose personal and professional lives were impacted by HIV/AIDS. The interviews were accompanied by an outline of some of the issues...

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