HIV/AIDS Resources for Healthcare Professionals

Despite the stigma that HIV/AIDS carry, modern medicine has made it possible for people with HIV to live long, healthy, and active lives.

HIV/AIDS continues to be a significant public health challenge in the US. The annual number of new diagnoses decreased 7% from 2014 to 2018, but Hispanics/Latinos accounted for 27% of the new HIV diagnoses. As the largest and fastest-growing minority in the US, coupled with disproportionate rates of HIV/AIDS, Hispanics are crucially important to prioritize in HIV prevention and care efforts, especially among MSM and transgender women. The National Hispanic Medical Association’s (NHMA) partnership with CDC’s Let’s Stop HIV Together (Together) campaign will increase HIV awareness, reduce new HIV infections, and improve health outcomes.


HIX NEXUS is a one-stop location for information across the HIV prevention and care continuum, including up-to-date tools and guidelines for your practice and educational materials for your patients.

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PreP for the Prevention of HIV Infection in the United States 2021 Update

Resources for People Experiencing Homelessness (PEH) who Have HIV

NHMA Virtual Webinars (Free CME for members)

HIV Next Steps: An Overview of the Current Epidemiology and Treatment of HIV

NHMA is proud to partner with the American Academy of HIV Medicine to offer our HIV Next Steps: An Overview of the Current Epidemiology and Treatment of HIV Webinar with our special guest Dora Martinez, MD, FAAFP, AAHIVS. Our webinar offers an overview and current spread of HIV in the U.S, factors affecting it and recommended treatment regimens for people living with HIV.

Research It! Women's and Girls HIVAIDS Care in the Gulf Coast

We have combined our “Let’s Stop HIV Together” campaign with our “All of Us” Research Program into an impactful webinar that highlights how increasing diversity in genetic research can help support HIV researchers and healthcare workers to provide care, increase adherence, or promote prevention strategies to vulnerable populations.

World AIDS Day IG Live

NHMA hosted its first World #AIDS Day IG Live on December 6th on Instagram at @NHMAmd. The event featured a panel of expert speakers who discussed the importance of recognizing World AIDS Day, community-oriented care, working towards health equity, combatting stigma, and key resources for HIV care providers.

HIV Chapter Forum Recording

Learn about the best practices to support and build awareness around older adults living with HIV/AIDS.

PrEP for It: Integrating HIV Prevention into Your Practice

This video is a recording of the Virtual Webinar for Providers: PrEP for It: Integrating HIV Prevention into Your Practice presented by the NHMA Phoenix Chapter on Zoom on March 8, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. ET. We joined medical experts and community leaders to to share their advice on HIV care and support.