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This database is a unique collection of information about hard-to-find educational materials tailored to a variety of audiences and focusing on the prevention of HIV/AIDS, STDs, and TB.


Accessing the Educational Materials Database

The Educational Materials Database is available online through the Combined Health Information Database (CHID) which is produced by many federal health-related agencies, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

To search the Educational Materials subset of CHID, select AIDS, STD, and TB Education (AD) from the list of 18 available topics.

Search the databaseSearch the Educational Materials Database through CHID

For assistance in using CHID, be sure to read the CHID online help.

About the Educational Materials Database

The database contains bibliographic descriptions, abstracts, and availability information for more than 16,000 items in many formats, including:

  • brochures/pamphlets
  • directories
  • fact sheets
  • manuals and training guides
  • monographs
  • newsletter articles
  • posters
  • reports
  • videotapes
Materials in more than 34 languages are included.

We would like to hear your comments and suggestions about the Educational Materials database.

Submit Materials for Inclusion in the Database

We invite you to share information about the educational materials you have produced so we can add them to the Educational Materials Database. Send your materials to:

CDC National Prevention Information Network
Information Sciences Department
P.O. Box 6003
Rockville, MD 20849-6003
Enclose three copies of each material if possible.


If you need assistance with any of our databases, call NPIN at 1-800-458-5231 and a health information specialist will assist you.

The inclusion of an organization or publication in NPIN's databases does not constitute a recommendation or endorsement by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the CDC National Prevention Information Network.

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