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TAI Newsletters

The AIDS Institute produces monthly newsletters on the following schedule:

Quarterly:

Jan/Apr/July/Oct: Research Link - Florida Consortium for HIV/AIDS Research (FCHAR) Newsletter
Feb/May/Aug/Nov: FHAAN Link - Florida HIV/AIDS Advocacy Network (FHAAN) Newsletter
Feb/May/Aug/Nov: HIV Health Link - Health Technology Newsletter
Mar/Jun/Sep/Dec: Action Link - Public Policy Newsletter
Mar/Jun/Sep/Dec: CBA Network Link - Capacity Building Assistance Newsletter

 

Here are Links to our Recent Newsletters:

FHAAN Monthly News Summary - August 2012

Action Link Quarterly Newsletter - September 2012

CBA Link Quarterly Newsletter - September 2012
 

HIV Health Link Quarterly Newsletter - August 2012

FHAAN Link Monthly Newsletter - August 2012
 

Research Link Quarterly Newsletter - July 2012

FHAAN Link Monthly Newsletter - July 2012

 

Action Link Quarterly Newsletter - June 2012

CBA Link Quarterly Newsletter - June 2012

FHAAN Link Monthly Newsletter - June 2012

 

HIV Health Link Quarterly Newsletter - May 2012

FHAAN Link Monthly Newsletter - May 2012

 

Research Link Quarterly Newsletter - April 2012

FHAAN Link Monthly Newsletter - April 2012

 

CBA Link Quarterly Newsletter - March 2012

FHAAN Link Monthly Newsletter - March 2012

To Test More Floridians For HIV/AIDS, Lawmakers Aim To Cut Out Paperwork

March 24, 2014

"Testing more Floridians for HIV is the goal of a bill that passed its first committee today. The measure would allow doctors offer the test without the paperwork currently required."

Click here to read the article. Radio interview is available at the top of the article.

The AIDS Institute Praises President Obama’s Selection to Lead National AIDS Office

March 24, 2014 -  "Douglas combines the personal as well as professional experience needed to lead the federal government’s HIV policies and implement the President’s National HIV/AIDS Strategy." Click here to read the announcement. 

Photo courtesy TheBody.com

Obama's Actions Could Put HIV Patients at Risk | Commentary

March 7, 2014

Roll Call

"The Obama administration has done much to improve the health and well-being of many Americans, including people with HIV and AIDS, but we believe they are not currently implementing the law that Congress passed and prioritizing the interests of patients as they should be."

President Obama’s Budget Maintains Strong Commitment to Domestic HIV/AIDS Programs

March 5, 2014 “The budget President Obama outlined yesterday demonstrates his strong commitment to ending HIV"...."However, the budget proposes to eliminate funding for Part D of the Ryan White Program"..."We call upon Congress to reject this proposal.” Click here to read the release.

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