The following websites are an extremely small representation of the educational resources that are available online about HIV/AIDS. Please let us know if you find these helpful or if you have another informative site. Of course, the Oklahoma HIV/AIDS Hotline is a wonderful way to receive up-to-date information 24 hours a day. The number is 1-800-535-AIDS.
HIV/AIDS Care in Oklahoma - www.hivcareinok.org
To assist those living in Oklahoma who are affected by HIV and/or AIDS by providing information on care and prevention services.
AEGIS (AIDS Education Global Information System) - www.aegis.org
AEGIS provides HIV/AIDS news and information that is updated hourly. It also includes an impressive archive of HIV/AIDS publications from community groups to government agencies some dating back as far as 1986.
The Body (An AIDS and HIV Information Resource) - www.thebody.com
The Body features a "Quality of Life" section that includes information on mental health and spirituality issues in regards living with HIV/AIDS. This site has received numerous awards and is an excellent resource for all aspects of HIV/AIDS.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - www.cdc.gov/hiv/pubs/facts.htm
The CDC provides fact sheets and slide sets on HIV/AIDS statistics, information on vaccine research, prevention tools, funding information and more.
HIV Insite - http://hivinsite.ucsf.edu/
In the Topics section, HIV Insite maintains comprehensive HIV/AIDS information divided by key areas, such as medical concerns, policy concerns, and populations/settings. Included are news, articles, opinion pieces, documents, abstracts, bibliographies, contacts, and other resources.
Kaiser Family Foundation - www.kff.org
In addition to providing the fact sheets on HIV/AIDS issues and statistics, registered users can elect to receive Daily HIV/AIDS Report from Kaiser.
Southeast Oklahoma Area Health Education Center (SeOK AHEC) - www.seokahec.org
To enhance access to quality health care, particularly primary and preventative care, by improving the supply and distribution of health care professionals through community / academic educational partnerships.