HealthHIV leverages a diverse and culturally-competent team to design and implement effective training content responsive to the capacity building needs of clinical, community-based, faith-based, and AIDS service organizations. HealthHIV provides:

  • Implementation of educational programming focused on performance improvement. HealthHIV understands the importance of organizational systems development and works with training participants to apply educational learning to ensure ongoing program and service improvement to build organizational sustainability.
  • Development and coordination of trainings based on adult learning principles. HealthHIV has developed Learning Communities and other training models to facilitate the collective learning and organizational development needed to support networks of services and care for vulnerable minority populations living with HIV.
  • Design of training curriculum responsive to the needs of end-users. HealthHIV’s trainings are developed using results from a formative research process that captures information about end-user’s training needs. Training curricula includes practical tools, resources, and models that can be adapted by organizations to meet programmatic or organizational needs.
  • Implementation of trainings using state-of-the art technology. HealthHIV has the capability to deliver trainings through web-based technology and innovative learning platforms. Trainings are interactive and conducted in real-time.


  • ASO/CBO Leadership Training and Certificate Program(TM)

    HealthHIV’s ASO/CBO Leadership Training and Certificate ProgramTM  is a self-paced, online training opportunity for ASO/CBO leaders. After successful completion of the six, self-paced, one-hour modules, participants will receive a Certificate of Proficiency in ASO/CBO Leadership. 

  • HealthHIV HIV Primary Care Training and Certificate Program(TM)

    Participants completing this free, online, self-paced, staged CME curriculum, composed of five courses grounded in a proven model of HIV primary care integration, earn a certificate of proficiency in HIV primary care integration.

  • National Coalition for LGBT Health-LGBT Health Training and Certificate Program(TM)

    The National Coalition for LGBT Health has created the LGBT Health Training and Certificate Program™ as a professional development offering for clinical and allied healthcare providers and support staff to cultivate new skills and gain critical knowledge to enhance the delivery of quality, culturally competent care to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender consumers. This program includes a comprehensive web-based series of educational modules on LGBT health, focusing on healthcare providers, service delivery, and health systems. Topics include sexual orientation and gender identity, cultural competency, health disparities across racial and ethnic communities, and LGBT friendly health systems. Following a final exam, participants will receive a Certificate of Proficiency in LGBT Health from The National Coalition for LGBT Health reflecting their completion of the program.

  • Fiscal Health: Systems to Sustainability(TM)

    Fiscal Health: Systems to SustainabilityTM is an education, training, and technical assistance  program that addresses the fiscal sustainability of Ryan White-funded recipients by building their organizational fiscal management capacity. This HealthHIV-led and Health Resources and Services HIV/AIDS Bureau (HRSA/HAB) supported program utilizes a diverse and culturally competent team of fiscal management experts to design and implement effective trainings and technical assistance. The program focuses on HRSA fiscal and program requirements and contracts management with specifications for the states in which recipients reside.

  • SYNChronicity Conference

    April 24-25, 2017
    Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel
    Arlington, VA




    For information about SYNC Sponsorship, Exhibiting, and Advertising opportunities, click here.

  • Medical Education

    Trainings and resources for HIV and HCV providers (including minority clinicians and minority‐serving clinicians), healthcare professionals, and community‐based organizations that reach racial/ethnic minorities and underserved communities heavily impacted by HIV.


For additional information about HealthHIV’s programs, initiatives, or coalitions, please click here to email, or call 202.232.6749.