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Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention
Strategic Plan 2017 – 2020

DHAP Strategic Plan 2017-2020

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Message from Director

The Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP) is pleased to present its updated Strategic Plan 2017–

2020. This Plan is DHAP’s blueprint for achieving its vision of a future free of HIV. The Plan

encompasses the strategic aspects of the Division’s work and will continue to serve as a practical

guide to inform the work and to ensure DHAP activities and resources are aligned with its priorities.

The Plan was updated to reflect the important advances made in prevention science, including—but

not limited to—the discovery of and increased use of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) as a highly

effective tool in HIV prevention; the identification of new interventions as part of the High-Impact HIV

prevention approach; the development and implementation of new testing technologies; and focused

efforts to improve outcomes along the HIV care continuum. The Plan emphasizes maximizing

DHAP’s impact, increasing internal and external coordination and collaboration, and ensuring

strategic allocation of resources. In this Plan, the Division also recognizes the need to remain flexible

as prevention science continues to evolve.

At the start of the strategic planning process, the Division updated the following high-level prevention

goals designed to guide its HIV prevention efforts:

• Prevent new HIV infections

• Improve health outcomes for persons living with HIV

• Reduce HIV-related disparities and health inequities

• Continually improve effectiveness and efficiency of operations

These goals align with national HIV prevention goals. In addition, the Division identified key objectives

and strategies to help in focusing its work on strategic efforts needed to advance these goals and to

attain a future free of HIV.

In developing these goals, objectives, and strategies, DHAP acknowledges that a range of social,

economic, and demographic factors make some Americans more vulnerable to HIV infection and,

once infected, to inadequate care. The Plan underscores the important role of partnerships in both

reducing HIV incidence and addressing these disparities that persist among populations and within

communities.

DHAP Strategic Plan 2017-2020

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To chart progress towards reaching these goals, DHAP has developed quantitative indicators that are

ambitious, yet feasible. Tracking these indicators will provide the Division with important data to

inform its planning and program activities, inspiring action in areas where improvement is needed.

The Division will continue to strive, wo

Topic: Strategic Plan Review

Now that you have adopt the role of a consultant and critically evaluate several aspects of an actual strategic plan document, the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention Strategic Plan 2017–2020, linked in the resources.( attached)

In this assignment, address the following:

· How well does the opening message from the directors explain the mission and vision articulated?

· How well are the core values and core functions aligned?

· How well are the stated goals, objectives, and strategies aligned?

· What are the explicitly stated and implicit outcomes of the strategic plan?

· Fast forwarding in time to the year 2020, what are two next steps (next approaches) that should be considered in the subsequent strategic planning process?

Please separate the part two

· Include THREE academic references above 2017

· NO CONSIDERATION FOR PLAGIARISM

· APA FORMAT AND INDEX CITATION

· PLEASE WRITE FROM PUBLIC HEALTH PERSPECTIVE

· Due 9/3/22 at 10am

PART TWO

As you act as a consultant to critically evaluate aspects of the strategic plan document. In this assignment, adopt the role of who monitors the work of the consultant. Your primary perspective is that of foundational public health concepts and principles (that is public health history, philosophy, and values). In the strategic plan document:

1. Review the Director’s opening message and explain specifically where key public health concepts and principles (historical, philosophical, or values) are discussed.

2. Looking at the stated goals, objectives, and strategies, provide an example of two levels of prevention in population health (that is primary, secondary, or tertiary).

3. In response, what weaknesses do you see in their evaluation? Provide support by making additional suggestions, based on what you have review and topics, which have not yet been considered.

4. Include THREE academic references above 2017

5. NO CONSIDERATION FOR PLAGIARISM

6. APA FORMAT AND INDEX CITATION

7. PLEASE WRITE FROM PUBLIC HEALTH PERSPECTIVE

8. Due 9/15/22 at 10am

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