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The NIDA community-based outreach model

The NIDA community-based outreach model

a manual to reduce the risk of HIV and other blood-borne infections in drug users.

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Published by National Institutes on Drug Abuse, National Institutes of Health in [Bethesda, Md.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse,
  • Bloodborne infections -- United States -- Prevention,
  • HIV infections -- United States -- Prevention,
  • AIDS (Disease) -- United States -- Prevention

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNIDA community based outreach model.
    ContributionsNational Institute on Drug Abuse.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[6] p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17595734M
    OCLC/WorldCa44922011

    The Nida Community-based Outreach Model: A Manual To Reduce The Risk Of Hiv And Other Blood-borne Infections In Drug Users Handbook Of Chemical Engineering - I . The Women's Access Project for Houston (WAPH) will expand substance abuse treatment and outreach capacity while enhancing treatment services for low-income Hispanic/Latino and African-American women who have a history of incarceration, use cocaine and/or opiate, are infected with or at risk for HIV/AIDS, and experience multiple barriers to accessing substance abuse treatment services. NIH Funding Opportunities and Notices in the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts: Development of Medications to Prevent and Treat Opioid Use Disorders and Overdose (UG3/UH3) (Clinical Trials Optional) RFA-DA NIDA.


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The NIDA community-based outreach model: a manual to reduce the risk of HIV and other blood-borne infections in drug users Paperback – January 1, Unknown. NIDA. (, September 1). The NIDA Community-Based Outreach Model: A Manual To Reduce the Risk of HIV and Other Blood-Borne Infections in Drug Users.

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The NIDA Community-Based Outreach Model: A Manual To Reduce the Risk of HIV and Other Blood-Borne Infections in Drug Users. Wood, Michelle The information in this manual will help community planners, policymakers, and service providers develop and implement programs to better prevent HIV and other blood-borne by: The model represents community-based outreach as a primary vehicle for accessing out-of-treatment drug users at risk and eliciting their commitments to HIV/AIDS risk reduction, followed by two sessions of risk-reduction counseling and education.

The NIDA Community-Based Outreach Model: A Manual To Reduce the Risk of HIV and Other Blood-Borne Infections in Drug Users. The information in this manual will help community planners, policymakers, and service providers develop and implement programs to better prevent HIV and other blood-borne infections.

The NIDA community-based outreach model: a manual to reduce the risk of HIV and other blood-borne infections in drug users. Author: National Institute on Drug Abuse.

The NIDA Community-Based Outreach Model is based on more than 15 years of NIDA-funded research. The Model incorporates the best features of three previously developed field manuals on community-based outreach HIV prevention interventions: the NIDA HIV CounselingFile Size: KB.

Community-Based Outreach Model: A Manual to Reduce the Risk of HIV and Other Blood- Borne Infections in Drug Size: KB. — NIDA is established as the Federal focal point for research, treatment, prevention, training, services, and data collection on the nature and extent of drug abuse.

National Drug and Alcohol Treatment Unit Survey begins to identify the location, scope, and characteristics of public and private drug prevention and treatment programs. The community-based outreach HIV risk reduction intervention strategy was an adaptation of outreach models developed in the United States and Western Europe before HIV/AIDS emerged as a public health threat.

In the United States, this model was introduced in Cited by: Community Based Outreach Model – NIDA September Section of the PHS Act also requires States to ensure that any entity that receives funding for treatment services for intravenous drug abuse carry out activities to encourage individuals in need of such treatment to undergo such treatment.

National Institute on Drug Abuse (), The NIDA community-based outreach model: a manual to reduce the risk of HIV and other blood-borne infections in drug users, Bethesda, MD, USA: National.

The NIDA Community-Based Outreach Model: A Manual To Reduce the Risk of HIV and Other Blood-Borne Infections in Drug Users. Rockville, MD: NIDA; NIH Publication No.

Navaline HA, et al. Preparation for AIDS vaccine trials. An automated version of the Risk Assessment Battery: Enhancing the assessment of risk by: Once identified and contacted, the outreach workers provide educational support and attempt to enlist participation in a brief preventative intervention.

With support from NIDA, the outreach model has been implemented and evaluated on a widespread scale in communities across the United States and by:   The research described in this important book was conducted under the Cooperative Agreement for AIDS Community-Based Outreach/Intervention Research funding mechanism of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).

Chapters include research on several ethnic groups, including Alaska natives, Puerto Ricans, and Navaho by: 5. The NIDA Community-Based Outreach Model reviewed in this course features community-based outreach as a primary vehicle for accessing out-of-treatment drug users at risk, and eliciting their commitment to HIV/AIDS risk reduction through counseling and education.

Developing an Effective Community Outreach Strategy for Churches in the Northeast.” Background Leading to Awareness in the Problem The author was first made aware of this issue when he tried to start a church in the Northeast.

The author’s first attempt at. The NIDA Community-Based Outreach Model: A Manual To Reduce the Risk of HIV and Other Blood-Borne Infections in Drug Users, by National Institute on Drug Abuse (PDF with commentary at NIH). The Early Intervention Program utilizes the NIDA Community Based Outreach Model: A Manual to Reduce HIV and Other Blood-borne Infections in Drug Users.

This proven, effective model has been adapted to be suitable for use in the residential treatment setting. Sinceseveral sites have participated in a NIDA Cooperative Agreement for AIDS Community-based Outreach/Intervention Research Program to examine rates of HIV risk behaviors and evaluate HIV risk reduction interventions among out-of-treatment drug injection and crack cocaine and heroin by: The lists below include resources for teachers and students.

Resources for Teachers National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)This Web site contains information about drug abuse and a section designed specifically for parents, teachers, and students.

How to Create an Outreach Work Plan It’s a good idea to establish an outreach work plan to help you structure and evaluate your outreach efforts. Your staff members can use the work plan as a tool to ensure they stay focused and on target with their activities. Remember, there are different ways you can develop an outreach.

The research described in this important book was conducted under the Cooperative Agreement for AIDS Community-Based Outreach/Intervention Research funding mechanism of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).

Chapters include research on several ethnic groups, including Alaska natives, Puerto Ricans, and Navaho teens.5/5(84). Community-based outreach aims to facilitate improvements in health and reduc- tions in risks and harms for individuals and groups who are not effectively reached by fixed-site services or through.

The NADR program spawned a second generation of community-based outreach initiatives at NIDA, collectively known as the Cooperative Agreement for AIDS Community-Based Outreach/Intervention Research.

With 22 projects at sites ranging from Anchorage to Miami and from Puerto Rico to Rio de Janeiro, this program began in and all projects are. NIDA Mentored Outreach Award Recipients. Recipients The studies and books he co-authored two decades ago continue to be the baseline measurement for the profession’s impact on healthcare.

Alexander is the Assistant Dean for Community-Based Partnerships and oversees the school’s clinical outreach activities and serves as the. The research described in this important book was conducted under the Cooperative Agreement for AIDS Community-Based Outreach/Intervention Research funding mechanism of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).

Chapters include research on several ethnic groups, including Alaska natives, Puerto Ricans, and Navaho teens.

Research indicates that SUD treatment, sterile syringe programs, community-based outreach, testing, and linkage to comprehensive care for HIV and other infections– are the most effective ways to reduce transmission among individuals who use drugs.

Because these individuals often face barriers to testing, treatment, and adhering to ART, unique supports are needed for prevention. • This is a printable version of the “Developing Community Based Programs for People with Diabetes” training.

• It has all of the information included in the online version. • Words and phrases that are underlined will be defined on the following page. • Communities in Action Stories and the Tools andFile Size: 1MB.

planning a community-wide read for your town, county or library system. appeal, its new approach to a basic reading and discussion model, and its ability to create a shared for community outreach.

“The book campaign has given the University an opportunity to forge alliances with the wider Austin Community. ‘We’re building a File Size: KB. The research described in this important book was conducted under the Cooperative Agreement for AIDS Community-Based Outreach/Intervention Research funding mechanism of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).

Chapters include research on several ethnic groups, including Alaska natives, Puerto Ricans, and Navaho : Taylor And Francis. Benefits and Challenges of Community-Based Collaboration for Researchers A subtle smile, twinkling eyes, and Southern charm helped Selbert Wood, President and Chief Executive Officer of STEP ONE, a North Carolina-based drug and alcohol abuse treatment program, illustrate, the gulf between research and practice in the field of addictions.

The National Institute on Drug Abuse Intramural Research Program is a research facility in Baltimore, MD. The NIDA IRP dedicated to understanding the causes, consequences and treatment of drug abuse.

The mission of the Nida Institute is to accelerate the translation process, at a time of urgent need for more translators, with more and better-trained translators who work at local levels and understand that translation is a dialogue that transcends words on a page -- that transcends cultures, borders, media, geography, and time.

Community Based Rehabilitation Approaches 1. AVANIANBAN CHAKKARAPANI Lecture 5 Date Time: am to pm Venue: K INTRODUCTION TO CBR. Usually from Centre/ Outreach/ Mobile/Camp. Service providers only concentrate on medical problems. Prescribe, occasionally intervenes and consider medical rehabilitation is the only.

The NIDA community-based outreach model: a manual to reduce the risk of HIV and other blood-borne infections in by Unknown (Jan 1, ). Connect with NIDA: Search By: Drug of Abuse; Drug Topic; Audience; Type; Series; You are here. Home» Research Reports.

Search by Series. Brain Power. NIDAMED; NIDA Posters; Mind Matters; Heads Up/Scholastic; Mind Over Matter; National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week. a step-by-step guide: creating an outreach plan one DEFINITION Outreach can be described as using a specific message to communicate between your group and the public for mutual benefit.

Creating and implementing a basic outreach plan for your parents’ group will help you create awareness, recruit members, and gain Size: 1MB.Outreach assistance was the preferred mode in the majority of cases. Expanding traditional community-based HIV outreach activities to include delivering street-based counseling, test, a partner notification appears to be a positive and workable prevention strategy.inge Access Effective outreach is critical to the success of any harm reduction program.

Although each program will tailor its outreach program to the specific needs of its participant base and workers, here are sample outreach protocols to help inform that process.

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