Where to go to learn about HIV/AIDS
Online and community resources
Your doctor, nurse, pharmacist or social worker can help connect you to resources and support that are available in your community. You can also explore these websites:
CATIE is a national non-profit that provides information and support to people living with HIV, caregivers, medical providers, AIDS service organizations and the general public across Canada. Information in English and French.
This is the official U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) site featuring treatment guidelines, information on clinical trials and treatment issues, and links to US government HIV/AIDS resources. AIDSinfo is the result of a merger of two previous DHHS projects—the HIV/AIDS Treatment Information Service (ATIS) and the AIDS Clinical Trials Information Service (ACTIS).
POZ is a print and online publication for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
Avert presents global information and education on HIV and AIDS from the United Kingdom.
This community-oriented commercial site features information on prevention and treatment, coverage of major HIV/AIDS conferences, online community discussion threads, and an extensive ask-the-experts feature. Its companion site, The Body Pro, offers information for healthcare providers.