News and Features
AIDSinfo Introduces Redesigned Website
AIDSinfo has been redesigned! Our website was recently updated to incorporate a new design and improved navigation. The major enhancements include the following:
- Reorganized patient education materials: all of our patient education materials are now located in a new Understanding HIV/AIDS section of the website. Our patient education materials include fact sheets, infographics, an HIV/AIDS glossary, and webpages highlighting the National HIV/AIDS Awareness Days.
- Increased connections between AIDSinfo resources: relevant resources can now be easily accessed across different sections of the website. For example, fact sheets and infographics relating to each of the HIV/AIDS treatment guidelines are now linked directly from each guideline, so health care providers can easily find educational materials for their patients.
- Increased prominence of apps: the AIDSinfo HIV/AIDS Guidelines, Drug Database, and Glossary apps are now prominently featured in each section of the website. Our apps are free and available for iOS and Android devices.
- Enhanced search functionality: an updated search feature allows users to quickly find relevant resources.
Looking for HIV/AIDS information in Spanish? Visit the newly redesigned infoSIDA website.
We welcome your feedback on the website. Please send your comments or questions to ContactUs@aidsinfo.nih.gov.
May 18 is HIV Vaccine Awareness Day
In 1987, the first HIV vaccine clinical trial opened at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Thirty years later research continues to realize the promise of safe and effective HIV vaccines. HIV Vaccine Awareness Day is an occasion to recognize and support the efforts of countless individuals and organizations—past and present—involved in HIV vaccine research.
To learn more about this annual observance, visit our HIV Vaccine Awareness Day webpage [en español].