Technology Transfer Team (3T)

The Technology Transfer Team within the Community Prevention and Intervention Unit at UT Southwestern Medical Center provides multiple services to the HIV/AIDS community. These services include training and technical assistance to CDC direct- and state-funded organizations that implement HIV prevention and care interventions or provide funding support to these agencies, and designing e-learning solutions and strategies that help support the dissemination of HIV/STD behavioral interventions.

Contact the Technology Transfer Team for more information or to register for upcoming classes.

Capacity Building Assistance Center (CBAC)

The CBAC improves the performance of the HIV prevention workforce by delivering scientifically sound and culturally proficient capacity building assistance through information sharing, training, and creation of materials. We assist agencies that offer behavioral interventions to individuals who are living with HIV/AIDS, or to communities most impacted by HIV/AIDS.

CBAC provides:

  • Training and technical assistance on Healthy Relationships, Nia, and Popular Opinion Leader.
  • Technical assistance and agency-to-agency “Boot Camps” on the previously mentioned interventions, plus: Community PROMISE; RESPECT; Partnership for Health; CRCS; CLEAR; Many Men, Many Voices; and Personalized Cognitive Counseling.
  • Support to community-based organizations (CBOs) and AIDS service organizations with their selection, implementation, adaptation, monitoring, and evaluation of a variety of effective behavioral interventions and public health strategies through the provision of training and/or technical assistance.
  • Technical consultation on linkage-to-care and adherence programs, and for agencies needing assistance with community assessments and recruitment and retention.

Dallas Prevention Training Center (PTC)

The mission of the Dallas PTC Behavioral Intervention Training Program is to deliver innovative, state-of-the-art training in STD/HIV evidence-based interventions related to Prevention with Positives and the skills that support their successful implementation. Our Behavioral and Program Support courses that focus on Prevention with Positives are primarily open to audiences nationally.