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Executive:

The Executive Committee is composed of the Co-Chairs of the Task Force and the Chairs of the Prevention and Care, Social Determinants of Health, Data and Evaluation, and Policy  Committees. The Executive Committee is responsible for ensuring coordination among  committees, identifying and recruiting appropriate individuals as Task Force advisors and  members, issuing updates to the Board of Commissioners and providing oversight for  monitoring the development, implementation and continued assessment of the Strategy.

Prevention and Care:

The Prevention and Care Committee is responsible for developing  recommendations regarding  HIV testing, prevention and care. Those recommendations include cross-cutting structural  issues related to the delivery of healthcare for persons at risk for and living with HIV in Fulton County and the role of the FCDHW in HIV care and prevention.  

Data and Evaluation:

The Data and Evaluation Committee is responsible for identifying data sources and developing and advising on pragmatic and scientifically sound metrics for the  Strategy’s objectives. The Committee also will help  identify  areas where data systems need strengthening or enhanced coordination. 4. Policy The Policy Committee is responsible for identifying policy needs to

Social Determinants of Health:

The Social Determinants of Health Committee is responsible for developing recommendations regarding access to and provision of services that strengthen healthy lifestyles and reduce unmet needs and other health disparities for persons with and at risk for HIV infection. 3. Data and Evaluation The Data and Evaluation Committee is responsible for identifying data sources

Policy:

The Policy Committee is responsible for identifying policy needs to facilitate  implementation of the Strategy, reduce stigma and healthcare disparities, and otherwise  promote the health and well-being of persons with and at risk for HIV infection.

Task Force membership is not a prerequisite for participation on Task Force Committees.    

 
 

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