Resources

These resources are designed to supplement the work of Maryland’s infectious disease and primary care workforce.

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Maryland Engagement in HIV Care

This live infographic uses Maryland surveillance data for current residents to describe the number and percentage of persons living with diagnosed HIV who belong to select stages of the HIV continuum.

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Provider Perspective

Nelly Velazquez spent the last nine years of her career in Public Health as a Health Educator, working most prominently to teach about disease prevention in Baltimore City. Velazquez is motivated most by her commitment to improving health outcomes in underserved communities, and her work has been vital to keeping the state of Maryland alive.

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Testing and Services Locator from HIV.gov

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Gay and Bisexual Men’s Mental Health

A CDC resource on mental health for gay and bisexual men.

HIV Among People Aged 50 and Older

CDC resource on aging with HIV.

Defining Health Disparities

A CDC resource on the social determinants of health.

Prince George’s County Ending the HIV Epidemic Plan

Prince George’s County’s Plan is organized to reflect the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Four Pillars: Diagnose, Treat, Prevent, and Respond.

Prince George’s County: Ending the HIV Epidemic Website

This website, maintained by Prince George’s County Health Services, features information on getting care, resources, and strategies to end the epidemic.

Prince George’s County HIV Analysis Dashboard

This data compilation visualizes HIV indicator data for Prince George’s County.

Montgomery County HIV Analysis Dashboard

This data compilation visualizes HIV indicator data for Montgomery County.

Montgomery County: Ending the HIV Epidemic Website

Montgomery County HIV/STI Testing, Treatment & Prevention maintains this website with information and resources on ending the epidemic.

Montgomery County Ending the HIV Epidemic Plan

Montgomery County’s EHE plan aims to reduce new HIV infections by 90% by 2030.

Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Local Perspective from Baltimore

This presentation from the Baltimore City Health Department contains HIV statistics through 2018.

End HIV Baltimore Website

The City of Baltimore Bureau of Clinical Services and HIV/STI Prevention maintains this website with information and resources on ending the epidemic.

City of Baltimore Ending the HIV Epidemic Plan

The Baltimore EHE Plan 2020-2030 outlines Baltimore’s HIV/AIDS efforts in Maryland’s most populous city.