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AIR has supported CDC's Act Against AIDS campaign to raise awareness and combat complacency since before its White House launch in 2009. In 2012, AIR worked with CDC to develop a new national awareness and anti-stigma campaign, Let's Stop HIV Together.
To raise awareness and provide a source of accurate information for the media and first responders about public health emergencies, AIR worked with the Office of the Secretary of HHS to develop and disseminate a series of award-winning, easy to understand reference guides.
AIR supported CDC’s Take the Lead: Working Together to Prepare Now campaign, designed to mobilize local leaders—such as health care providers, employers, and faith-based and civic leaders—to raise awareness of pandemic flu and encourage the community to prepare and respond to flu outbreaks.
For nearly ten years, AIR has supported the Office of Communications and Government Relations at the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in the strategy and tactics of translating, tailoring and disseminating research findings and funding opportunities to a diverse audience of researchers, policy makers, clinicians, providers and caregivers.
AIR has worked closely with the National Institutes of Health to provide lay audiences with science-based, plain-language information related to heart, lung and blood diseases and conditions and sleep disorders.
August is Connected Educator Month, an effort by the U.S. Department of Education to encourage teachers and school administrators across the country to participate in online learning communities and networks to enhance their professional development. AIR is supporting the month-long endeavor by coordinating more than 250 events, including online forums, webinars, blog discussions, online chats, podcasts, and other interactive options that explore online learning issues.
The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Fast Facts website originated from a list of questions frequently asked of NCES and was started as a resource for the general public for brief, yet up-to-date, education facts.
The purpose of the Logistics and Tribal Support project is to provide logistical and administrative support to the Child, Adolescent, and Family Branch and initiatives related to the Center for Mental Health Initiatives.