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Join JSI and our affiliates, inSupply Health and IAPHL, at the 16th TechNet 21 Conference starting on October 20th, 2020.
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Tech-Net21: Shaping a resilient and adaptive immunization program

Building Healthy Cities (BHC) has used the systems mapping technique to show the ways that various sectors affect health in three cities.
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Charting a Route to Better Urban Health

JSI is pleased to have been awarded cooperative agreements to operate the new National Training Center for Family Planning and Teen Pregnancy Prevention.
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Strengthening Capacity of U.S. Family Planning and Teen Pregnancy Prevention Providers

Open enrollment for health insurance plans takes place just once a year for most people and is especially important for people living with HIV in the US.
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Shopping around: Marketplace and Medicare Open Enrollment considerations for people with HIV

Delta Center California brings together behavioral health and primary care leaders to accelerate care improvement and integration in Medi-Cal.
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New Initiative Aims to Advance Primary Care and Behavioral Health Integration in California through Policy and Practice Change

The LPV/r Pellet Toolkit is a resources that provides information and practical advice on introducing LPV/r pellets at all levels of the health system.
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Introducing the LPV/r Pellet Toolkit

The Delta Center for a thriving safety net logo
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To Advance Payment, Policy and Practice Change, Delta Center Announces 2nd Phase with Opportunity for Additional States

WHO Mental Health Forum 2020 The changing landscape of global mental health: COVID-19 and its impact
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Mental Health for All: A Person-Centered Perspective

Visiting patients on bicycle during lockdown, nurse Sorokina
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Kyrgyz Nurses Provide Psychological Support and More for People with Tuberculosis

"Get tested for HIV. If positive, there is treatment. If negative, continue to stay safe, abstain from sex, use condoms, be faithful."
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Creating and Adapting HIV Messages and Information for Ghana

We will also need to update our TOC to assess the validity of the change pathways and consider COVID-19’s implications on programs and health.
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Ten Questions to Ask When Adapting Your Theory of Change to the Context of COVID-19

The USAID STOP Spillover Project will engage global experts on emerging infectious diseases and stop potential “spillover” of zoonotic diseases to humans.
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Global $100 Million STOP Spillover Initiative to Prevent Emerging Zoonotic Diseases

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