Who we are
PROMOVISION is a community mobilization project funded by the NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE to improve HIV/AIDS health information access for patients and the affected community as well as their caregivers and the general public. ABC provides local HIV/AIDS epidemiological data, HIV/AIDS care and prevention information, and information on how to access the National Library of Medicine online health resources, as well as other reputable resources.
Who we serve
The targeted geographical area selected for the delivery of the project activities is West Texas and Southern New Mexico.
The main audience for the training component of Provision are Community Health Workers (Promotores). Workshops and tutorials are also available to local agencies and community healthcare staff on how to access and utilize HIV/AIDS health related information, information retrieval, and the structuring of online presentations
What we do
Training to increase the capacity of community health workers (CHWs) to create virtual learning communities for the promotion of health literacy, and to improve prevention and care practices by disseminating sources of credible and updated virtual information.
Community presentations facilitated by trained CHWs to improve health literacy and to increase access to virtual information services among vulnerable populations.
Workshops and tutorials available:
Learning New Computer Based Tools for HIV/AIDS Prevention for Promotores - Phase One. Basic Web Based Information Retrieval.
Learning New Computer Based Tools for HIV/AIDS Prevention for Promotores - Phase Two. Advanced Web Based Information Retrieval and Use of Virtual Tools to Promote Health Literacy.
Web Based Information on HIV and AIDS
Information de VIH / SIDA en la Web
Manual del Participante
Learning New Computer Based Tools for HIV / AIDS
Aprendiendo Nuevas Herramientas Informaticas
Para la Prevencion del VIH / SIDA