What is HIV Planning?
“…a process through which people from
different walks of life, interests,
responsibilities, and invo...
The 3-step HIV Planning Process
Stakeholder*
Identification
(*Community Expert)
Results Oriented
Engagement
Process
Jurisd...
Jurisdictional Plan
• The health department, in collaboration with the
HPG, will develop a Jurisdictional HIV
Prevention P...
Jurisdictional Plan (cont)
• Philadelphia’s Jurisdictional Plan was
submitted in 2012
• It is a 4-year plan. A new Plan wi...
Jurisdictional Plan (cont)
• The HPG, in collaboration with the HD, will
monitor the Plan over the next year(s) making
upd...
Concurrence
Refers to the HPG’s agreement that the HPG
has:
• Reviewed the Jurisdictional HIV Prevention
plan (submitted t...
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What is Concurrence?

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Jen Chapman (HPG community co-chair)'s presentation on concurrence and the jurisdictional HIV prevention plan.

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  • How is this different than “Community Planning”?
  • JURISDICTIONAL PLAN: Existing resources, Gaps and Needs in HIV Prevention Services, Epidemiological Profile, Prevention, Care, and Treatment
  • What is Concurrence?

    1. 1. What is HIV Planning? “…a process through which people from different walks of life, interests, responsibilities, and involvement in HIV come together as a group to inform and support the development and implementation of a Jurisdictional HIV Prevention Plan*” *Philadelphia’s 4-year Plan submitted in 2012
    2. 2. The 3-step HIV Planning Process Stakeholder* Identification (*Community Expert) Results Oriented Engagement Process Jurisdictional Plan Development, Implementation & Monitoring Each of these steps has clear objectives/activities This is what we’re talking about today
    3. 3. Jurisdictional Plan • The health department, in collaboration with the HPG, will develop a Jurisdictional HIV Prevention Plan to include the collaboration and coordination of HIV prevention care and treatment. • Although the plan is written by the health department, it is with the knowledge and expertise that the HPG members AND stakeholders/community experts bring to the table
    4. 4. Jurisdictional Plan (cont) • Philadelphia’s Jurisdictional Plan was submitted in 2012 • It is a 4-year plan. A new Plan will be developed for 2016 • There have been no changes to the Plan since it was submitted
    5. 5. Jurisdictional Plan (cont) • The HPG, in collaboration with the HD, will monitor the Plan over the next year(s) making updates as necessary • Monitoring Activities include continually assessing key stakeholder involvement & ensuring that the Plan is updated when needed
    6. 6. Concurrence Refers to the HPG’s agreement that the HPG has: • Reviewed the Jurisdictional HIV Prevention plan (submitted to the CDC by the Health Dept in 2012) • Concurs (agrees) that the Plan describes how programmatic activities & resources are being allocated to the most disproportionately affected populations and geographic areas that bear the greatest burden of HIV disease.
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