Community Involvement


The CPCRA involves community members through it’s local CABs and national Community Constituency Group (CCG). At the local level, each CAB plays an active role in the protocol development and implementation, community education and training; input into the research agenda and scientific planning; and recruitment and outreach.

The National CCG is comprised of one member from each local CAB and serves to represent community issues on the scientific committees and protocol teams within the CPCRA. The CCG integrates the participation of HIV-infected people and their advocates into the CPCRA .

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