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In the News

The Bay Area Reporter

Annual HIV report highlights disparities, declining numbers

The San Francisco Examiner

SF Supe calls for more aggressive efforts to treat, suppress HIV

TIME Magazine

The End of AIDS

RYOT [VIDEO]

Getting To Zero HIV & AIDS Infections | Connecting the Dots

The ACT NOW: ENDS AIDS Coalition [VIDEO]

Working to end the epidemic: Highlighting efforts across the U.S.

PBS NewsHour [VIDEO]

San Francisco’s bold AIDS mission is ‘getting to zero’ by 2020

UCSF News Center

Nearing the End of HIV/AIDS

San Francisco Examiner

Achieving zero HIV transmissions will require SF to address stigma, disparities

The Bay Area Reporter

Getting to Zero effort on track in 2017

San Francisco Medicine, Vol. 90, No. 2, March 2017

Getting to Zero: San Francisco Consortium Working to Eliminate AIDS

HIV Plus

As San Francisco Goes, So Goes the State?

Takepart

Here’s Why HIV Rates Aren’t Going Down for People of Color

KQED PBS Newshour [VIDEO]

San Francisco’s bold AIDS mission is ‘getting to zero’ by 2030

HIV Plus

Can San Francisco’s HIV ‘Miracle’ Be Replicated?

POZ

A Tale of Two Cities

The Huffington Post

Ending AIDS: Frameworks for Getting to Zero

SF Chronicle

Last Men Standing: Surviving AIDS in SF

SF Chronicle

UCSF Women’s Program Profiled

POZ Exclusive

The State of the HIV Epidemic

HIV Equal

Why Fighting HIV Stigma and PrEP Stigma Is Basically the Same

The Washington Post

With a little pill, could one city’s AIDS epidemic be ending?

Edge Media Network

More Research Needed on PrEP Use in Transgender Women

HIV Plus

Nearly Half of HIV-Positive Americans 
Aren’t on Medication

Pink News

New York City unveils forward-thinking plan to tackle HIV

BABW News

San Francisco spends $55.7 million to fight AIDS this year

Politico

POLITICO California Playbook—Zero Tolerance

ABC 7

Health Organization Reveals Plan To End Aids Epidemic In San Francisco

SF Examiner

SF receives $500K grant for ‘getting to zero’ HIV infections effort

Reuters

Mayor Lee Announces New Partnership With MAC AIDS Fund in San Francisco’s Aim to Be First City to Get to Zero in HIV/AIDS Battle

Yahoo News

Group launches plan to end AIDS crises in San Francisco

The Bay Area Reporter

SF, MAC AIDS Fund put $1.6 million toward eliminate AIDS cases

KQED

San Francisco Dedicates More Money to End HIV

SF Chronicle

$1.7 million added to S.F. campaign to eradicate AIDS, HIV

NBC Bay Area

San Francisco Puts Millions Into Fight against AIDS with “Getting to Zero” Goal

GetSFCBA.org

San Francisco Is Changing the Face of AIDS Treatment

New York Times

San Francisco Is Changing Face of AIDS Treatment

KALW

Interview: Susan Buchbinder

Bay Area Reporter

No new HIV found in patients in Kaiser PrEP program

San Francisco Chronicle

A Bay Area test shows a drug blocks HIV transmissions

KQED News

No New Infections in Hundreds Taking Pill to Prevent HIV

September 5, 2018

New SF HIV Epidemiology Annual Report & Presentations at 9/4 Health Commission Meeting

The 2017 Annual Report has been released! The report can be found on the SFDPH website here. Susan Scheer, Susan Buchbinder, Susan Philip, Tracey Packer and […]
September 6, 2018

Best Practices for Client Cellphone Charging Stations

 
April 27, 2018

Getting to Zero: Not Without Housing 4/26 Consortium Meeting

The well attended 4/26 Consortium meeting focused on GTZ’s call to action for new housing policy in San Francisco. Joe Hollendoner, GTZ Steering Committee Member and […]
April 26, 2018

PRC’s GTZ Employment Services Program Annual Report

By Joe Ramirez-Forcier, Managing Director, Employment Services at PRC In 2017 PRC’s Employment Services Program, a San Francisco based San Francisco Department of Public Health funded program, was […]
April 25, 2018

Mission Wellness to become first pharmacy in California to offer PrEP directly to consumers

By Nikole Trainor, MPH, MCHES, Maria Lopez, Pharm.D., AAHIVP & Stephanie Cohen, MD, MPH Mission Wellness Pharmacy in San Francisco became the first pharmacy in California to provide […]
March 26, 2018

RAPID Care Options in SF

RAPID Care Options in SF – a list of clinical sites in SF that can offer HIV medication to everyone within 0-5 days of HIV diagnosis regardless […]
March 13, 2018

San Francisco & Oakland to host AIDS 2020

Today, the International AIDS Society announced San Francisco and Oakland as co-hosts of the 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020). #AIDS2020 will take place on  6-10 July […]
March 8, 2018

San Francisco at CROI 2018 – Oral Abstracts

Several abstracts were accepted for either poster or oral presentation at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) conference held in Boston this week. The following […]
March 8, 2018

San Francisco at CROI 2018 – Poster Presentations

Several abstracts were accepted for either poster or oral presentation at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) conference held in Boston this week. The following […]
November 30, 2017

11/29 World AIDS Day Consortium Meeting

The Getting to Zero Consortium met on the evening of November 29th to commemorate World AIDS Day. The meeting opened with a moment of silence to remember […]
September 28, 2017

September 28, 2017 GTZ Consortium Meeting

The Getting to Zero SF Consortium gathered September 28th for its quarterly meeting. Opening the meeting, Dan Bernal, Chief of Staff to Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi and […]
September 20, 2017

2016 HIV Epi Annual Report & Getting to Zero Presentations at 9/19 Health Commission Meeting

Susan Scheer, Director of SFDPH HIV Epidemiology Section, presented data from the 2016 HIV Epidemiology Annual Report and Tracey Packer, Director of SFDPH Community Health Equity and […]
August 17, 2017

San Francisco 90-90-90 and Getting to Zero at IAS 2017

Susan Buchbinder presented San Francisco’s 90-90-90 as part of the Fast-Track Cities: Ending AIDS in High HIV Burden Cities and Municipalities by 2030 symposia at the 9th IAS […]
June 14, 2017

Getting to Zero Advertisements Around Town

Muni busses and light rail vehicles are the new canvasses for Getting to Zero’s latest project: an awareness campaign. These ads, which were created by Positive […]
June 12, 2017

Getting to Zero Presentation at San Francisco Health Commission Meeting – May 2, 2017

Susan Buchbinder and Tracey Packer presented on GTZ initiatives and progress to date at the May 2 Health Commission Meeting. Slides from the meeting are here. 
June 5, 2017

[HIV ReConnect] Brochure for Providers & Frontline Workers: HIV navigation can help

  If you have questions, please contact Andy Scheer (andy.scheer@sfdph.org), Co-Chair of Retention & Re-engagement Committee.
May 8, 2017

RAPID Detailing Brochure: A quick, illustrated guide to why and how to implement RAPID at your site

    If  you have questions, please contact Susa Coffey (susan.coffey@ucsf.edu), Chair of the GTZ RAPID Committee.  
March 24, 2017

March 23, 2017 GTZ Consortium Meeting

Yesterday evening, Getting to Zero SF held is 1st quarterly Consortium meeting of the year.  Dana van Gorder provided a national policy update and Dr. Hyman […]
December 2, 2016

December 1 GTZ World AIDS Day Consortium Meeting

Over 100 people filled the conference room for this special Getting to Zero World AIDS Day Consortium meeting. We heard from Health Director Barbara Garcia and […]
November 22, 2016

Retention & Re-engagement Committee Minutes Oct 5 2016

 
October 6, 2016

Retention & Re-engagement Committee Minutes Sept 7 2016

 
September 30, 2016

[HIV ReConnect] HIV Navigation Options in SF

A list of HIV Navigation programs in SF that can help re/connect people to care.
September 28, 2016

[HIV ReConnect] HIV Care Options in SF

A list of HIV clinics and private HIV providers in SF, plus information about the insurance coverage they accept and how to get an appointment.
September 23, 2016

September 22, 2016 GTZ Consortium Meeting

The Getting to Zero SF Consortium gathered September 22 for its quarterly meeting of members. It was the largest turnout yet with over 70 people in attendance! […]
September 23, 2016

A Report Back from the 2016 International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa

Emily Newman from the San Francisco AIDS Foundation gave an engaging presentation highlighting the significance of this year’s conference, key themes, and the latest HIV research […]
September 22, 2016

2015 HIV Epi Annual Report & Getting to Zero Presentations at San Francisco Health Commission Meeting

Dr. Susan Scheer presented data from the 2015 HIV Epidemiology Annual Report and Dr. Hyman Scott presented on Getting to Zero efforts in response to the data. Slides from the September […]
September 19, 2016
  If  you have questions, please contact Susa Coffey (susan.coffey@ucsf.edu), Chair of the GTZ RAPID Committee.
September 19, 2016

Retention & Re-engagement Committee Minutes Aug 3rd 2016

 
August 18, 2016

San Francisco Getting to Zero at AIDS 2016

Susan Buchbinder was invited to present in Durban, South Africa at the AIDS 2016 pre-conference UN 90-90-90 Target Workshop on “San Francisco’s Getting to Zero: Accomplishments and […]
August 18, 2016

Early results presented in Durban

An abstract highlighting early results of the San Francisco Getting to Zero initiative was submitted to AIDS 2016 for consideration and was accepted for poster presentation. A […]
June 29, 2016

Toronto presentation on Getting to Zero-SF

Shannon Weber gave a talk in Toronto on Collective Impact & Frameworks for Getting to Zero. Slides from her talk appear below. TorontoXCollectiveXImpactXWeber
June 23, 2016

HIV Care and Prevention Councils Merge

By Mark Molnar, Program Director, San Francisco EMA HIV Health Services Planning Council June 2016 For many years, San Francisco has engaged with HIV prevention and […]
May 20, 2016
Al Liu at IAPAC

Al Liu presents at IAPAC

The San Francisco Department of Public Health’s Dr. Al Liu made two presentations at the recent IAPAC (International Association of Providers of AIDS Care) Conference on […]
April 29, 2016

HIVE presents Frameworks for Getting to Zero

HIVE, UCSF’s hub of positive reproductive & sexual health, has posted a wonderful resource—video of their online hangout held April 1 and related slide presentations from […]
April 29, 2016
PrEP for Youth Panelists

PrEP for Youth Panel Discussion

By Tapakorn Prasertsith The most recent Getting to Zero Consortium meeting, held Thursday, March 24, focused on an issue health providers have been facing since PrEP […]
March 31, 2016

PrEP for Youth Live Hangout 4/7/16

Hangouts with HIVE presents Making PrEP Work for Youth: Strategies from Birmingham, New York, Oakland, Philadelphia, and San Francisco Join us April  7 from 9 am–10 […]
March 30, 2016

March 24, 2016 GTZ Consortium Meeting

Project Inform’s Alan McCord presents a CROI report-back. The Getting to Zero SF Consortium gathered March 24 for its quarterly meeting of members. In addition to […]
March 10, 2016

Getting to Zero Presentation at Fenway Health, Boston

Hyman Scott recently was invited to make a presentation on our Getting to Zero experience at a planning meeting of the Massachusetts Getting to Zero effort. […]
January 17, 2016

When PrEP Educators Don’t Like PrEP

Please read this excellent article by AIDS Project of the East Bay Executive Director Rob Newells, “When PrEP Educators Don’t Like PrEP: Minister Rob Newells’ Message […]
December 27, 2015
World AIDS Day 2015

National HIV/AIDS Prevention Conference: Frameworks for Getting to Zero

During the CDC’s National HIV/AIDS Prevention Conference in December 2015, Shannon Weber moderated a session titled “Frameworks for Getting to Zero” with panelists representing San Francisco, Washington State and […]