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Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC)
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC) is the leading nursing organization responding to HIV/AIDS. Since its founding in 1987, ANAC has been meeting the needs of nurses in HIV/AIDS care, research, prevention, and policy. ANAC aims to promote the health and welfare of people affected by HIV/AIDS by: creating an effective, engaged network of nurses in AIDS care; studying, researching and exchanging information, experiences and ideas leading to improved care and prevention; providing leadership to the nursing community in matters related to HIV/AIDS infection and its co-morbidities; advocating for effective public policies and quality care for people with HIV; and promoting social awareness concerning issues related to HIV/AIDS. Inherent in these goals is the commitment to the prevention of HIV infection. ANAC has more than 40 chapters located around the world, including in Michigan. Membership is open to nurses, healthcare professionals, and anyone else involved in the care and support of people with HIV and/or AIDS.
Michigan Contact: Danielle Leedy
Membership Application: ANAC Application
Michigan HIV/AIDS Council (MHAC)
Michigan HIV/AIDS Council (MHAC)'s mission is to represent the diversity of those affected by HIV/AIDS in Michigan, maintain collaboration and coordination among prevention and care issues, and develop and sustain the statewide comprehensive plan(s) for HIV/AIDS prevention and care. The council has both voting and advisory members; voting members include people with HIV/AIDS; AIDS service organizations, community-based organizations, and non-governmental organizations; local public health agencies; and community members. MHAC members meet five times a year in Lansing or Metro Detroit. Members are expected to attend these meetings and participate on committees and workgroups. Mileage reimbursement is available for those who request it. To learn more, visit: MHAC.
Contact: MDHHS Bureau of HIV and STI Programs
Apply to be an MHAC member: MHAC Application
Michigan HIV Consultation Program
Since 2016, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Henry Ford Health System have worked together to provide a Michigan HIV Consultation Program to help answer healthcare providers' questions about HIV-related issues. The Michigan HIV Consultation Program is set up to answer questions from Michigan healthcare professionals regarding:
- HIV disease management (advice on the diagnosis and management of HIV-infected patients, opportunistic diseases in HIV patients, selection and use of antiretroviral agents);
- HIV drug-drug interactions (advice on potential HIV antiretroviral drug interactions with other concomitant medications);
- HIV post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) (advice on the management of occupational and non-occupational exposure to biologic material potentially infected with HIV virus and hepatitis viruses);
- HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) (advice on selection and management of people who are candidates for pre-exposure prophylaxis to prevent the acquisition of HIV infection); and
- perinatal HIV treatment (advice on prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV infection during the perinatal period).
Non-urgent questions (providers only): Visit the HIV Consultation Program page, choose "Request a Consult," and submit your question(s) online. You will receive an answer within 48 hours.
Urgent questions (providers only): Call the 24-hour consultation line at 313-575-0332.
Please Note: Consumers with questions related to HIV and STIs are encouraged to call the Michigan HIV/STI Hotline at 1-800-872-2437 (Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.)
Michigan HIV Nurse Network (MHNN)
Michigan HIV Nurse Network (MHNN) provides a collaborative environment that promotes nursing workforce development through opportunities in clinical education and mentorships for nurses caring for individuals with HIV across Michigan. With support from MDHHS, the MHNN serves as a catalyst to promote sharing of information and care team integration. Its vision is to: create a space of inclusivity for all nurses currently serving or interested in serving people with HIV, including nursing staff that work in prevention programs, sexual health programs, mental health and substance abuse programs; ensure and assist in the development and continuous improvement of standards of care for nurses serving people with HIV in Michigan; provide diverse educational experiences and opportunities; and promote cultural sensitivity and competency when serving people with HIV across Michigan. Membership is open to all Michigan nurses and includes access to quarterly meetings (face-to-face meetings and conference calls), educational presentations, mentorship opportunities, and manuals, tool kits, and other MHNN nursing tools, such as manuals and tool kits.
Contact: Sabrina Sanders at 517-275-2017
Midwest AIDS Training + Education Center (MATEC)
Midwest AIDS Training + Education Center (MATEC) is a federally funded training center, providing AIDS and HIV clinical training and support to health care professionals. MATEC is part of a national network of AIDS Education and Training Centers, serving all states and territories and including four supporting national centers. Based at the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago, Department of Family Medicine, MATEC provides HIV training and support services through local sites in nine midwestern states, including Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, and Wisconsin. Each site delivers targeted trainings and technical and capacity-building assistance to meet the needs of healthcare professionals in their area. The Michigan office of MATEC operates out of the Wayne State University School of Medicine and serves physicians, physician assistants, advanced practice nurses, nurses, dentists, dental assistants and dental hygienists, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals. To learn more about MATEC Michigan, visit: MATEC.
MATEC Michigan Address: 2727 Second Ave., Suite 138, Detroit, MI 48201
MATEC Michigan Phone: 313-962-2000
MATEC Michigan Contact: Mary Rose Forsyth, MSN, WHNP
Southeastern Michigan HIV/AIDS Council (SEMHAC)
Southeastern Michigan HIV/AIDS Council (SEMHAC) is an HIV/AIDS Planning Council/ Consortia for Ryan White Part A and MAI funds in the Detroit Metropolitan Area, representing the City of Detroit and the counties of Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Monroe, St. Clair, and Lapeer. Its mission is to strengthen a coordinated regional response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Southeastern Michigan by involving individuals infected with/ affected by HIV and community leaders in the public and private sectors to: identify unmet needs; develop programmatic and funding strategies to meet the gaps in services; propose a plan to coordinate resources of all available agencies in order to maximize services to improve the quality of life of affected populations; and monitor and report progress within the continuum of care to increase community support and commitment.
Address: Fisher Building, 3011 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit MI 48202
Contact: Undrea V. McKinney at 313-638-2891
Membership Application: SEMHAC Membership Application
Membership Questions: Paralee Poole at 313-638-2887