The Center for HIV Information (CHI), a program of the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, partners with government agencies, foundations, and international organizations to identify and develop information on HIV care, prevention, and policy. This information is disseminated to care providers, researchers, and policymakers nationally and worldwide through electronic media, including Internet and CD-ROM. CHI develops strategies for reaching those areas and individuals in greatest need of high-quality, practical information on HIV/AIDS.
Reduction of the impact of HIV/AIDS through universal access to information.
The mission of the University of California San Francisco Center for HIV Information is to advance the prevention and care of HIV infection and related illnesses worldwide through the development, organization and dissemination of expert knowledge.
|Integrity in the information we provide|
- We are committed to providing free, accurate, unbiased, and useful information.
- The expert authorship and review of our content reflects high academic standards.
|Relevance to our audiences|
- We provide information and tools for a global audience of health care providers, program planners, researchers, policymakers, and educators.
- We use technologies designed to be accessible to a global audience.
|Collaboration with national and international partners|
- We build partnerships that support the integrity of our mission and editorial process.
|Commitment to high production standards and implementation of advanced technologies to support our mission|
|Respect for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS|
|Fostering a work environment that encourages respect for the skills, experience, and dedication of CHI faculty, staff, and collaborators|