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CURRENTLY APPROVED MATERIALS

Click here for a list of education materials approved by VDH's AIDS materials review panel.

HOW TO ORDER MATERIALS

Print out a copy of the fillable HIV/ STD Literature Request Form. Fill inthe date, your name, phone number and physical address. Next, fill in the quantity desired next to the publication(s) you want to order. When you have completed the form, print it and fax to 804-864-8053. If you have any questions call the toll free hotline at 1-800-533-4148.

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ABC’s OF DAYCARE ATTENDANCE FOR CHILDREN WITH HIV, #
HD10

Day care attendance recommendations for children infected with HIV, and universal precautions for handling blood and body fluids are included.

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AFRICAN-AMERICANS TAKE STEPS TO PROTECT YOUR BODY, #HD04

Currently out of stock.

This pamphlet specifically targets the African-American audience, it describes the incidence of HIV/AIDS among the African-American population providing information on risk, prevention, safer sex, symptoms, and tests. A special section addresses concerns for African-American women.

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Small image of African-Americans Take Steps brochure, links to PDF of full brochure

BACTERIAL VAGINOSIS, THE FACTS, #HS15

A plain-language brochure of basic information about bacterial vaginosis.

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Small image of bacterial vaginosis brochure, links to PDF of brochure

GENITAL HPV, THE FACTS, #HS09

A plain-language brochure of basic information about genital HPV.

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Small image of genital HPV brochure, links to PDF of brochure

GENITAL HERPES, THE FACTS, #HS05

A plain-language brochure of basic information about genital herpes.

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Small image of genital herpes brochure, links to PDF of brochure

GUIDELINES FOR SCHOOL ATTENDANCE BY CHILDREN WITH HIV, #HD11

This handout provides the guidelines developed by the Virginia Department of Education for HIV positive children. This handout also includes infection control procedures developed by the Virginia Department of Health. Only one copy per request (individuals and agencies are free to reproduce this handout.)

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HIV ANTIBODY TESTING, #HD02

Written on a 6 th grade reading level, this pocket sized pamphlet describes the HIV antibody test and explains test results. It defines the difference between confidential and anonymous testing and provides test site information. This pamphlet is available in Spanish (HSO2). This pamphlet is also available in Amharic, Arabic, Korean, Russian, Urdu, and Vietnamese

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HOW TO USE A CONDOM
, HD01

Currently out of stock.

This discreet pocket pamphlet contains explicit illustrations about condom use. It describes how to properly use a condom and gives the reader other important information about the use of condoms. This pamphlet is available in a bilingual English/Spanish format.

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INFECTION CONTROL, #VP03

Contains the following text: “Clean work area with a 1:10 bleach solution. Reduce chances of needle stick-don’t recap. Dispose of contaminated waste into proper containers. Adhere to universal precautions. Always glove for invasive procedures. Wash your hands between patient encounters. Virginia HIV/ STD hotline for more information, 1-800-533-4148.”

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NOTICE OF “DEEMED CONSENT” FOR HIV, HBV, AND HCV TESTING
, #VP09

This poster cites the Code of Virginia, Section 32.1-45.1 regarding deemed consent for testing when health care providers or patients are exposed to blood or body fluids in a way that may transmit HIV, Hepatitis B or Hepatitis C. The poster is available to health care providers for posting in offices and clinics. (Spanish, VP10)

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PELVIC INFLAMATORY DISEASE, THE FACTS, #HS13

A plain-language brochure of basic information about pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).

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Small image of pelvic inflammatory disease brochure, links to PDF of brochure


POSITIVE LIVING MANUAL AND TRACKER
, #HD16

English version is currently out of stock, however it can be downloaded as a PDF here. The English version of the Tracker is also out of stock, and it can be downloaded here.

This manual is intended for HIV positive persons. It provides a wide variety of information on living with HIV including, but not limited to, nutrition, finding a medical provider, stress relief, safer sex, treatment options, legal issues and statewide resources. The tracker is included to assist with medication adherence as well as charting lab results and documenting symptoms. Case managers and support group facilitators may also use this manual to help structure discussions with clients. The manual is also available in Spanish (HS16). The Tracker is available in Spanish here.

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PSST…PSST!
(Pregnancy Poster), #VP07

Contains the following information: “Are you pregnant or planning a pregnancy? Do you know if you are HIV positive or negative? Knowing the answer to these questions could help you get the best health care for you and your child. Call the Virginia HIV/ STD hotline for more information, 1-800-533-4148.”

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Pregnancy poster


SAYING NO TO SEX (ABSTINENCE), in Spanish only, #BS02

This pamphlet encourages abstinence as the safest way to prevent transmission of HIV and STDs. It discusses self-esteem issues, and refusal techniques. This pamphlet is available in Spanish only (BS02).

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SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES, #HD03

This pamphlet explains symptoms, transmission and treatment for the following STDs, HIV/AIDS, Chlamydia, genital warts, and HPV, gonorrhea, hepatitis A, B, and C, herpes, syphilis, vaginal infections, NGU, crabs and pubic lice. It explains symptoms, transmission, and treatment. It discusses notifying partners of infections, following doctors’ instructions, and how to use a condom, and prevention.

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WHAT ABOUT THIS DISEASE CALLED CHLAMYDIA
, #HD12

This pamphlet provides basic information about Chlamydia. It discusses symptoms, treatment and risk reduction. Appropriate for clinic use. This pamphlet is only available in Spanish (HS12).

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YOU, YOUR BABY AND HIV, CB01

This pamphlet urges women to take steps to protect themselves and their babies from HIV infection. Promotes testing, and provides treatment information for babies born to HIV positive mothers to lower the risk of mother-to-child transmission. This pamphlet is available in an English/Spanish format (CB101).

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Last Updated: 09-24-2014

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