On April 18, AIDSVu recognizes National Transgender HIV Testing Day (NTHTD), a day to recognize the disproportionate impact of HIV on the Transgender community and to promote HIV testing, prevention, and care among Transgender and gender non-binary people.
Share these social media posts and infographics with #NTHTD to spark conversations about HIV among Transgender people.
- Today is National Transgender HIV Testing Day a day to shed light on the disproportionate impact of HIV on the Transgender community. Learn more about #NTHTD on @aidsvu: https://aidsvu.org/national-transgender-hiv-testing-day-2023/
- April 18 is National Transgender HIV Testing Day, a day to recognize the importance of routine HIV testing, HIV prevention, and treatment for Transgender and nonbinary people. Use @AIDSVu’s service locator to find testing sites near you: https://aidsvu.org/services/#/testing
- Transgender people experience stigma, discrimination, and transphobia which can adversely impact healthcare outcomes. On National Transgender HIV Testing Day, see @AIDSVu’s service locator to find testing sites near you: https://aidsvu.org/services/#/testing
- From @AIDSVu: The CDC started including gender identity in reporting HIV data from the National HIV Surveillance System. Read more about the CDC’s efforts to improve its #HIV data among Transgender populations here: https://aidsvu.org/cdc-dhap-transgender-hiv-surveillance/