The Fenway Institute at Fenway Health is seeking to hire a professional video production company to produce 26 video narrative stories and 12 training videos on the topic of improving health outcomes of people living with HIV. Each video narrative story will feature staff implementing interventions for people living with HIV at 26 HIV Direct Service Organizations across 15 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. Each training video will feature a specific HIV intervention, with actors portraying clients interacting with interventionist staff.
This initiative works to improve HIV outcomes – retention in care, treatment adherence, viral suppression – by conducting rapid and sustainable implementation of effective and culturally tailored interventions in four focus areas. Actors from diverse backgrounds, who reflect the diversity of people living with HIV across the US, will be identified by the video production company. This includes Black gay and bisexual men and transgender women of all racial/ethnic backgrounds.
We hope that these videos will help facilitate the national dissemination and implementation of 11 interventions at HIV Direct Service Organizations. The goal is to educate staff at HIV Direct Service Organizations about the basics of these interventions, and to promote the implementation and delivery to people living with HIV in their communities.
This is a tremendous opportunity for the right video production company. If you are interested in learning more about being a part of this project or know a company that we should reach out to, please contact us at: CCTAVideos@fenwayhealth.org. You can also download a copy of our RFP. We encourage you to check out some answers to FAQs on this project. Proposals are due by February 7, 2019 (NOTE EXTENDED DEADLINE!) and all videos will need to be completed in final form by July 1, 2019.
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