Seeking Midwest Providers’ Input on Survey about HIV Prevention and Pregnancy Planning

The AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) is assessing the current landscape of HIV prevention and pregnancy planning through a brief survey to inform the Midwest HIV Prevention and Pregnancy Planning Initiative (MHPPPI). The MHPPPI is an effort aimed at increasing medical providers’ capacity to meet women’s HIV prevention and pregnancy planning needs throughout the Midwest. In order to assess the current landscape, AFC is asking Midwest providers of HIV primary care and reproductive health care to complete a brief, 20-minute web-based survey. Questions will ask about current attitudes and practices with regard to reproductive health assessments, HIV testing, and preconception counseling, as well as available and needed resources. Share your experiences via the survey here.

About Alyssa Kitlas

Alyssa Kitlas serves as a Program Analyst on NACCHO's HIV, STI, and Viral Hepatitis team. Her work includes projects on HIV, STI, and Viral Hepatitis prevention and care. Twitter: @AlyssaKitlas

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