Global Education and Technical Assistance
The Global HIV Program contributes to efforts that build capacity and infrastructure for providing health care to people who are HIV-infected. The program offers in-country training and technical assistance on prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT), pediatric care, and clinical trials in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean.
National Education and Technical Assistance
The HIV/AIDS NRC serves the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program by providing education and training resources as well as technical assistance to healthcare professionals caring for people living with HIV.
The FXB Center is an internationally-recognized model of family-centered care for HIV infection and AIDS. The FXB ambulatory care program provides community-based, comprehensive, and coordinated health care. The FXB Child Health Program ensures that the healthcare needs of vulnerable, at-risk children are met by providing a range of community-based, pediatric nursing services.
Research and Evaluation
An integral component of the FXB Center, activities include evaluation of education and training strategies, multifaceted program evaluation, research projects targeting aspects of clinical practice and patient outcomes, and clinical drug trials.