Technical Assistance (TA) Services

CAPS/PRC Technical Assistance

How can we assist your organization?

CAPS/PRC is funded to provide technical assistance (TA) to community based organizations and local and state health departments to assist in the access, use and implementation of HIV science to strengthen programmatic and research processes, develop stronger grant proposals and develop evidence based policies.

Scientific Assistance

  • Consult with a Researcher
  • Review of Program Materials
  • Targeted Review for Grant Proposals and Surveys
  • Assistance in facilitating research/community partnerships
  • Science to Inform Policy

Access and use of HIV Science

  • Intervention Curricula
  • Assessments and measurement tools
  • Fact Sheets, Reports, Research Summaries and Instruments
  • Science Access (Journal Articles searches, etc)
  • Recommend Resources in Spanish
  • Interpreting and applying HIV science to community programs

Community Collaboration

  • Community Advisory Board TA
  • Partnership Development
  • Community Engagement
  • Evaluation Resources

Dissemination and Engagement

  • Dissemination and Diffusion Strategies
  • Social Media for Public Health
  • Utilizing Web Metric and Analytics

CAPS is also a CDC Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) Provider

UCSF provides capacity building assistance to community-based organizations to improve the effectiveness of community-based high-impact HIV prevention activities. CBA can be accessed by using the CBA Request Information System (CRIS).

Recent Technical Assistance Provided:

  • Strategize web marketing for an Open-Access GIS system self-teaching curriculum
  • Connect Community-Based Organizations with Survey Instruments
  • Assist in the development and implementation of a Community Advisory Board (CAB)

Contact the Community Engagement (CE) Core with questions or requests at:

Web contact form / Phone: 415-476-6326 / Email: caps.web@ucsf.edu

More Details:

Population: Drug Users, Gay Men and Men Who Have Sex with Men, HIV+, Incarcerated/Formerly Incarcerated, Transgender, Women, Youth
Category: Domestic, HIV Testing, Interventions, Methods, Other Populations/Settings, Policy, Technical assistance/Capacity-building, Translational and Implementation Science
Resource Type: Factsheets
Published: 2016