HIV/AIDS
Section Newsletter
Winter 2008

Thank You

Many thanks to everyone who volunteered to staff our booth at the Annual Conference in DC-among them: Susan Fulmer, Sara Head, Diwakar Tejaswi, Doug Turley, Tim Sankary, Brenda Woods-Francis, and Bonnie Chakravorty. My apologies to anyone I might have missed.

 

 

Also- Sara Head was the winner of the $25 Amazon Gift Certificate lottery open to all booth volunteers.

 

We hope to see YOU volunteering at our booth in San Diego!

NATIONAL HIV/AIDS TREATMENT HOTLINE

Whether it’s getting information about your HIV diagnosis or talking about treatment or health care choices, the NATIONAL HIV/AIDS TREATMENT HOTLINE is ready to help you, and to inspire you on how to advocate for your needs.  For more than 20 years, PROJECT INFORM has provided treatment and health care service information to people affected by HIV. 

 

Call 1-866-448-4636 to speak with one of our experienced hotline operators, many of whom live with HIV themselves. Or visit us at www.projectinform.org.  Information is within your reach

1-866-HIV-INFO (448-4636)

Genomics

The Genomics Forum would like to invite your members to join this new component of APHA.  By joining the Genomics Forum, APHA members retain their affiliation with their Sections but also have the opportunity to with others outside of their primary affiliation.  We are currently working on a number of short articles introducing the Genomics Forum to APHA members and would like to be able to share this information in your newsletter.  Would this be alright? What are the deadlines for submission?

 

The APHA website now has additional information on its website about Forums in general and the Genomics Forum specifically:

http://www.apha.org/membergroups/forums/.

 

I look forward to hearing from you, and thanks for any assistance you may provide.

 

Best regards,

 

Jody