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The Office of HIV/AIDS Network Coordination (HANC) works with the HIV/AIDS clinical trials networks of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) with the intent of creating a more integrated, collaborative and flexible research structure. The networks are an affiliated group of national and international medical research institutions and investigators that conduct clinical HIV/AIDS research to develop safe and effective drugs, prevention strategies, and vaccines.
 
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​Get Involved in HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials

Learn more about participating in a clinical research study or engaging your community in clinical trials research.

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HANC Calendar

​Check for scientific conferences, network meetings, community events, training dates, etc. 

Training Resources

​View a variety of training resources including the online HIV Research Counseling and Testing (HRCT) curriculum, HSP and GCP training.

Lab Resources

​Find info for labs such as procedures and SOPs.

 

ACTG/IMPAACT Lab Manual Link

 

​Legacy Project

Learn how HANC is working to increase participation of underrepresented populations in HIV clinical trials.




HANC is supported through a cooperative
agreement with the National Institute of Allergy
and Infectious Disease (NIAID)

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COVID-19 Resources

HANC will maintain and frequently update a new page: Resources and information on the COVID-19 pandemic with a focus on the intersection with the HIV pandemic. Find the page under the Resources tab or link directly here​.


Network Announcements on COVID-19
HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Network announcements in response to COVID-19 are also available here​

Laboratory Guidance related to COVID-19 is available here​


Upcoming webinar: 
Adolescent Trials Network's (ATN) iTech Studies and COVID-19: Adapting iTech During a Pandemic​


​On October 8, at 8am PT/11am ET, the Youth Prevention Research Working Group will host a webinar with Dr. Lisa Hightow-Weidman and Dr. Travis Sanchez on the ATN's iTech studies and the adjustments made during the COVID-19 pandemic. More information and registation can be found here​.

Public Health - Seattle and King County COVID-19 materials

In response to community voices who have expressed a need for timely and accurate information regarding COVID-19, the following Public Health – Seattle and King County – Webinars​ COVID-19 materials have been graciously made available to all global communities by Public Health – Seattle and King County. 

Individuals, CABs, CAGs, community groups and or research sites can review these materials and modify them accordingly to address local needs so that they can be shared more broadly with respective communities. The ultimate goal is to ensure that all global communities have accurate knowledge regarding COVID-19 that they need to stay safe and healthy during this time.

Please check back in on the Google Drive periodically as new content will be added and feel free to share any modified materials that have been developed to Fred Hutch – Materials and Webinars so that those can be added to the resource library. 


New DAIDS Electronic Information Systems Policy

August 21, 2020

The Office for Policy in Clinical Research Operations (OPCRO), DAIDS is pleased to announce the availability of the new Electronic Information Systems Policy. This new policy has been developed to ensure consistency of Electronic Information Systems with 21 CFR part 11 and regulatory guidance. The Policy, associated Appendices, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and the Implementation Memo can be found at https://www.niaid.nih.gov/research/daids-clinical-site-implementation-operations.

DAIDS plans for a phased implementation of this policy, as described in the Implementation Memo​. If you have questions regarding this policy, please review the FAQs​. If your query is not addressed in the FAQs, email DAIDSCRSSEISChecklist.sm@ppdi.com​


HIV Language Guide

In collaboration with the Legacy Project and many other reviewers, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has developed a language guide to encourage the use of affirming and non-stigmatizing language among NIAID staff. Access the document here


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