WU ID Clinic holds Consumer Advisory Board (CAB) meetings at least 3 times per year to share information with, and receive input from, persons living with HIV/AIDS about the care and services they receive in our clinic. Your feedback is vital to helping the clinic continuously improve!
For more info about the Clinic CAB, contact Tina Markovich (email@example.com).
Project ARK CAB
Project ARK, a sister program to the WU ID Clinic, has a Consumer Advisory Board (CAB) that meets several times per year to provide input on the needs of women, children, and youth living with HIV/AIDS.
The Washington University AIDS Clinical Trials Unit (ACTU) Community Advisory Board (CAB) meets regularly to review upcoming research protocols and provide input on advancing HIV/AIDS research.
Youth Advocacy Committee
The Youth Advocacy Committee (YAC) started by Project ARK, promotes positive youth development with a focus on HIV/AIDS awareness and sexual health.
The Metro HIV Health Services Planning Council is a community board of diverse individuals who make decisions on how best to use federal Ryan White Part A grant funds to meet the needs of PLWHA in the bi-state St. Louis region.