1. Advice for Working in ADAP

  2. The Biggest Challenges and Successes in ADAP

  3. The Future of ADAP

  4. Raising the Bar: Young People, HIV, and Access to Healthcare

  5. Lessons Learned: Implementing Cost-Containment in ADAP

  6. Using Data in the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)

  7. NASTAD Minority Leadership Program: Genesis

  8. NASTAD Minority Leadership Program: Impact and Overview

  9. What is NASTAD

  10. The Strength of NASTAD

  11. NASTAD Supports Its Members

  12. A Través de Nuestros Ojos: Final Thoughts

  13. A Través de Nuestros Ojos: A Video Report

  14. A Través de Nuestros Ojos: Challenges and Constraints

  15. A Través de Nuestros Ojos: Culture

  16. A Través de Nuestros Ojos: Capacity

  17. A Través de Nuestros Ojos: Collaboration

  18. A Través de Nuestros Ojos: Methodology

  19. A Través de Nuestros Ojos: Latinos in the U.S.

  20. A Través de Nuestros Ojos: Introduction

  21. NASTAD 20th Annual Meeting - Flash Mob

  22. From Policy to Practice: Pursuing Health Equity Among U.S. Women and Girls

  23. Tom Liberti (Florida AIDS Director) on Leadership

  24. 2009 National HIV Prevention Conference - Remarks by Julie M. Scofield, NASTAD Executive Director

  25. Dr. Shannon Hader, Director, HIV/AIDS Administration, Washington, DC at 2009 NLAAD Briefing

  26. Dr. Shannon Hader, Director, HIV/AIDS Administration, Washington, DC at 2009 NLAAD Briefing

  27. Honorable Pedro Pierluisi, U.S. Congressman, Puerto Rico at 2009 NLAAD Briefing

  28. Julie Scofield, Executive Director, NASTAD, at 2009 NLAAD Briefing

  29. Julie Scofield, Executive Director, NASTAD, at 2009 NLAAD Briefing

  30. Introduction - Reaching Gay Men Using the Internet: Internet Partner Services

  31. Challenges - Using the Internet to Reach Gay Men: Internet Partner Services

  32. Solutions - Using the Internet to Reach Gay Men: Internet Partner Services

  33. The Future - Using the Internet to Reach Gay Men: Internet Partner Services