HIV Prevention Planning Overview by Jen Chapman

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PPG Community Co-Chair Jen Chapman's overview of HIV prevention planning, presented to the PPG at their final meeting on 06-19-13

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  • How is this different than “Community Planning”?
  • PIR = Parity Inclusion Representation
  • TRADTIOTIONAL : People living with HIV/AIDS; people working in prevention programs at local CBOs; HIV providers, researchers and academiciansNON-TRADITIONAL : Local businesses (barbershops, bodegas), Parks & Recreation staff, places that have access to the people that we need to reach.
  • IDENTIFY: Who are the key stakeholders? Who are the HIV service providers (including those who cover syndemics that co-occur with HIV)D&D: The engagement process. Strategies used to recruit & retain partnering organizations and used to convene the HPG meetingsCONVENE: Means just that…holding HPG meetings, sessions with stakeholders…etcGATHER INFO: Look at the local Epi profile, what other add’l info do we need to make the best recommendations/decisions? Understand the Jurisdictional Plan.DISCUSS OPPS and CHALLENGES: What’s working in HIV prevention? What’s not? (i.e. servies in high-impact areas, access to services, # of newly diagnosed and linked to care, policy issues)MONITOR: Look at the data…have we moved the needle?REVIEW & UPDATE: What progress has been made? Updates should be made based on this answer
  • JURISDICTIONAL PLAN: Existing resources, Gaps and Needs in HIV Prevention Services, Epidemiological Profile, Prevention, Care, and Treatment
  • Example of what can be done with local surveillance data…
  • Another example
  • Together, all of these things…effective HIV Prevention Planning + Effective use of surveillance data + Community Leadership we will strive to move the needle.
  • It’s possible to move the needle.
  • HIV Prevention Planning Overview by Jen Chapman

    1. 1. HIV Prevention Planning  Review Key Information  What have we learned?  HPG Bootcamp  UCHAPS (Other Jurisdictions)  Ultimate Goal  Moving the needle  Getting to zero
    2. 2. 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”
    3. 3. Fundamentals of HIV Planning  PIR  Participatory & collaborative process  Seek out key stakeholders  Open process for membership  Comprehensive participation  Adopt a HIP approach to HIV prevention  Scientific basis of programming decisions (i.e. use data!)
    4. 4. 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
    5. 5. Stakeholder Engagement  Stakeholder Identification  In order to achieve the objectives of HIV Planning, stakeholders should represent the diversity of high- risk populations of the local epidemic and representatives from the HIV workforce community that provide prevention, care and treatment services.  Traditional vs Non-traditional stakeholders  Stakeholders vs HPG Members
    6. 6. Results-oriented engagement process* (to ensure that Philadelphia has the best Jurisdictional HIV Prevention plan) Identify Develop & Document Convene Gather Info Discuss Opportunities & Challenges Monitor Review & Update *These activities are carried out by HPG membership
    7. 7. 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  Remember, YOU are the expert. We need to hear what’s working, what’s not working, what might work better…etc.
    8. 8. In a nutshell…  HIV Planning is a process to inform & support the development AND implementation for a Jurisdictional HIV Prevention Plan  This process is inclusive, diverse and collective  Remember, local planning is the best way to respond to local HIV prevention needs & priorities GOAL: Strengthen the impact of local HIV efforts by aligning them with the National HIV/AIDS Strategy
    9. 9. What Have We Learned (HPG Bootcamp) DAY ONE  High-Impact Prevention  CDC’s approach to reducing HIV infections in the US  Influence of NHAS & Prevention Benefits of Treatment for HIV Planning  Importance of using surveillance data to support HIV planning  i.e. let the numbers/science guide us These topics will be covered in HPG meetings throughout the summer
    10. 10. What Have We Learned (HPG Bootcamp) – cont. DAY TWO  Implementation of the HIV Planning Guidance  Implementing the revised guidance in HIV planning groups (including activities)  Stakeholder Identification & Engagement, Roles & Responsibilities, HPG Membership, Evaluating the Process Topics to be covered in September – one day training (data TBD)
    11. 11. What Have We Learned UCHAPS  Importance of utilizing surveillance data  CDC is making data more accessible  ATLAS (http://gis.cdc.gov/GRASP/NCHHSTPAtlas/main.html)  interactive platform for accessing data collected by CDC  AIDSVu (www.aidsvu.org)  Iinteractive online map illustrating the prevalence of HIV in the United States. The national, state and local map views on AIDSVu allow users to visually explore the HIV epidemic alongside critical resources such as HIV testing center locations, HIV treatment center locations, and NIH-Funded HIV Prevention & Vaccine Trials Sites. Community needs to ensure that we have access to our local data
    12. 12. Seattle/King County Example
    13. 13. Community Leadership  As members what do you need?  Training?  Specific speakers? / Specific topics?  Ensuring that the HPG is meeting your expectations  End-of-meeting evaluation  After each HPG meeting. Quick 3-5 question survey. Looking at results at the next meeting.  Other ideas for Community Leadership / Effective Meetings ?
    14. 14. Remember the ultimate goal…  MOVING THE NEEDLE  Work towards making Philadelphia’s “cascade” looks more like a mesa
    15. 15. And for a little inspiration…  NHAS announcement on World AIDS Day 2013  Example from Internation Adherence & Prevention Conference Keynote Address: Badara Samb (UNAIDS) in Keynote Address “A Call to Action to Treat 15million by 2015”

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