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NASTAD News, January 2013
Digest: The Month In Review
Member and Staff Updates
Digest: The Month In Review
Release of ADAP TA Issue Briefs
NASTAD Commemorates World AIDS Day
Response Requested: ADAP Watch Survey
Release of NASTAD's ADAP Watch
NASTAD Comments: USPSTF HIV and HCV Testing Recommendations
Save The Date: National ADAP Monitoring Report Webinar
CDC HIV Surveillance Supplemental Report: Estimated HIV Incidence among Adults and Adolescents in the U.S., 2007–2010
January 16 All Member Webinar
Visit NASTAD's website for back issues of the 2012 NASTAD News (scroll down the page) to access the Digest for the past year.

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In our ongoing efforts to improve NASTAD communications, we are piloting a new web blog to provide more ways for you to receive timely, accurate, and high quality content. Please stay tuned for more details as we complete this transition. Below are the latest blog posts. Please send questions, comments, and suggestions to Meico Whitlock.

AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)
2012 AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) and Cost Containment Technical Assistance Briefs

Improving HIV Case Surveillance in Asia
NASTAD Seeks Technical Assistance Providers for Global Program

Health Equity
Public Health Approach To Ending HIV Criminalization
The Impact of Stigma on Public Health Practice

Health Reform
Medicaid Health Homes: An Opportunity to Improve HIV Care and Treatment
The Clock is Ticking: Moving Forward on Affordable Care Act Implementation Post Election
Making Health Reform Work for People Living with HIV/AIDS

Policy and Advocacy
The Potential Impact of Sequestration on HIV and Hepatitis Programs
The Devastating Impact of Budget Sequestration on State HIV and Hepatitis Programs

CDC Releases New Data on HIV Cases in the U.S.
Standing Up for an AIDS-Free Generation on World AIDS Day

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Member and Staff Updates

In member news, Peter Carr has retired and Chris Everson, Assistant Director of Infectious Disease Epidemiology is the interim AIDS director in Minnesota. In Arizona, Kathy Donner has left and Karen Boswell, Director of the Bureau of Tobacco and Chronic Diseases, is the acting prevention manager.

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