Resources to Support Your Work

HANC resources include standard operating procedures (SOPs), best practice guidelines, toolkits, fact sheets, memos, and other practical materials.

The resources are organized by the below content areas:

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Behavioral & Social Sciences

Resources for behavioral and social scientists (BSS) interested in collaborating with NIH-funded HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Networks.

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Information sheets, guidelines, and documents covering various aspects of community engagement in clinical research developed by Community Partners, DAIDS, and the HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Networks.

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Resources, newsletters, and announcements from the Division of AIDS (DAIDS).

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Data Management & IT

Best practices and procedures to strengthen capacity and increase efficiency of data management and IT operations.

Rowena Johnston, Director of Research at amfAR, speaks at the Cell and Gene Therapy for an HIV Cure Conference, 2019.


Resources for current and future network investigators as they propose new studies, request data sets for additional analyses, and apply for scholar programs.

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Resources for network laboratories developed by HANC-coordinated cross-network laboratory working groups and quality assurance partners.

Mpox (monkeypox)

Information and resources about the 2022 Monkeypox outbreak and its intersection with the HIV pandemic.

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Site Management

Resources to harmonize site-level procedures and address issues of common concern among clinical research sites.