The Center for Learning and Innovation at the San Francisco Department of Public Health was asked to provide capacity-building assistance to the state of Florida through the CDC-supported Capacity-Building Assistance Providers Network (CPN). The goal of this project was to develop and pilot a series of three HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) institutes in Orlando, Ft. […]
Facente Consulting was asked to to provide ongoing support for Palm Springs’ politicians, business owners, and other stakeholders regarding protocols, data interpretation, and internal communications for COVID-19 safety in businesses and public areas.
The World Health Organization hired Facente Consulting to lead a team of subject matter experts who systematically reviewed existing evidence about the use of HIV recency assays for public health surveillance, and write an updated technical guidance document for use by countries around the world.
Dr. Facente provided quality assurance and technical assistance to trainers in Uganda and Cambodia as they built their skills to train their colleagues in rural areas on the use of the Asanté HIV-1 Rapid Recency Assay, to detect recent HIV infections in PEPFAR countries.
Facente Consulting assisted the California Department of Public Health to synthesize, draft, and finalize a revised set of Standards of Care documents for all 29 Ryan White Part B service categories in 2018, improving consistency of HIV care for people living throughout the state.
Dr. Facente served as the project manager for the Consortium for the Evaluation and Performance of HIV Incidence Assays (CEPHIA) for more than a decade, providing high-level project coordination and analytic support to researchers focused on HIV incidence estimation around the world.
In late February 2020, leadership of The Berkeley School reached out to Facente Consulting for guidance on campus safety and assistance with interpreting the rapidly changing data on the emerging COVID-19 pandemic.
San Francisco’s Center for Learning and Innovation hired Facente Consulting as an external evaluator for their five-year grant providing capacity-building assistance to CDC-funded organizations focused on non-clinical HIV testing and HIV prevention in the Western Region of the United States.
Facente Consulting was hired to design and conduct a four-phase assessment to develop innovative prototypes for HIV and hepatitis C-related service delivery for people experiencing homelessness in San Francisco.
ETR reached out to Facente Consulting to serve as a subject matter expert in the design of an online training to support syringe services programs (SSPs) in using the CDC document Syringe Services Programs: A Technical Package of Effective Strategies and Approaches for Planning, Design, and Implementation, released in 2020.
The Mid-America Addiction Technology Transfer Center hired Facente Consulting to design and implement a harm reduction consultation program to support organizations in Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, and Iowa in implementing harm reduction work.
Facente Consulting designed and provided a one-hour workshop at the Pacific AETC’s annual conference, assisting attendees to better communicate the results and impact of their HIV programs by preparing to T.E.L.L. their story: Take five minutes to hotwash, Examine your impact (at all levels), Link to your audience and Liven it up!
Facente Consulting is helping Gilead Foundation develop a theory of change and evaluation strategy for their three-year, $20 million initiative to advance education equity throughout the United States.
Facente Consulting created a technical assistance package for NASTAD, providing information and helpful tools and tips about the use of CBPR models to evaluate impact of harm reduction programs.
Facente Consulting developed and delivered a two-hour lecture for clinical psychology students and others at Touro University who wanted to earn continuing education credits for learning about harm reduction.
Facente Consulting helped develop a harm reduction infusion package to support support college professors in infusing harm reduction framework and methodology into course curricula.
Facente Consulting, through a contract with the University of Missouri-Kansas City, is providing multiple trainings to the members of the Overdose Response Network (ORN) to build the capacity and knowledge of its network of TA providers and technology transfer specialists, who respond to a variety of requests nationwide.
Facente Consulting was hired to develop a curriculum and virtual training for public defenders in Nevada on the state’s Good Samaritan Law.
San Francisco’s Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing hired Facente Consulting to develop a curriculum designed to affirm access to housing for transgender and gender nonconforming people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
Facente Consulting is providing strategic support gathering data and stakeholder input and developing a document to guide NHRC’s internal infrastucture and capacity-building work.