Research at AHP
Conducting and applying research on HIV prevention and care to serve people living with or at risk for HIV.
The AIDS Health Project is committed to developing and researching evidence-based approaches to HIV prevention and care. AHP also recognizes the opportunity it has to reach out to clients who use the agency’s services each year, to offer these people the opportunity to participate in research and to benefit from state-of-the-art interventions.
Since 1985, AHP’s Research Program has been active in HIV prevention and treatment research supported by both the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. AHP conducts practical and service-oriented research that generates more effective and efficient HIV prevention, service, and care. AHP shares study results with the global research community and uses them to improve intervention techniques within the agency.