• pictured is staff of FXB Ambulatory Care Center
pictured is staff of FXB Ambulatory Care Center1 2 3 4

 


Committed to improving the health of vulnerable women, children, youth, and families - including those infected and affected by HIV - and to building capacity in the communities and systems that serve them.

 

FXB Center Program Websites

News

FXB Leaders presented at the HIV Research and Translation to Practice Day
(Pictured at left) Mary Jo Hoyt, MSN, Director, Education and Capacity Development, and (at right) Joanne Phillips RN, MS, Education Specialist

Mary Jo Hoyt, MSN, Director, Education and Capacity Development (Pictured above at left), and Joanne Phillips RN, MS, Education Specialist (above at right) presented “Reproductive Planning and Preconception Care in HIV Care Settings” at the Rutgers School of Nursing-sponsored HIV Research and Translation to Practice Day on June 27, 2016. They described their ongoing research on the delivery of preconception care for people living with HIV. Their work includes a multi-site national study examining qualitative data from 91 HIV providers in 7 cities to assess providers attitudes, knowledge, practices, and perceived barriers to reproductive planning discussions and a second study on the implementation and evaluation of a quality assurance project at the FXB Clinic that both educates clinicians about preconception care and promotes practice change.

LGBTQ Patient Care chapter added to textbook

A new chapter titled LGBTQ Patient Care authored by Mary DiGiulio, Peter Oates & Wendy Ritch was added to the 2017 Elsevier textbook: Primary Care A Collaborative Practice 5th edition by Buttaro, Trybulski, Polgar-Bailey & Sandberg-Cook.

 

Why support the FXB Center?

We provide interdisciplinary, compassionate care to all of our clients and their families. We reach some of the most vulnerable populations in New Jersey including people living with HIV and children in the foster care system. We have shared our lessons learned over the past 30 years by educating health care providers, informing public policy, and building coalitions throughout New Jersey, nationally, and globally. Together, we aim to eliminate barriers to high-quality health care for those in greatest need. DONATE TODAY!

Featured Resource

Resources for Women Living with HIVcover art of Resources for Women Living with HIV

This comprehensive guide provides contact information for programs offering HIV, mental health, substance abuse, and maternal child health services across the State of New Jersey to enable providers to identify appropriate resources for women living with HIV across disciplines.

Click here to download a PDF.

NJ HIVLinks

(formerly AIDSLine)

© 2016 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. All rights reserved.
Contact UsWebsite Feedback