Professor Laura Connolly
The HIV/AIDS policy is provided to give people the opportunity to be able to interact in organizations, schools as well as with the communities when helping in fighting against HIV/AIDS. This policy is put into place to change the thinking ways of people and how they see others with this disease and those that may be at risk at getting this particular disease ("Office of National Aids Policy", 2010). When trying to obtain goals like these stated, agencies, and groups will need to form the policies.
The formulation Stage The formulation stage is where the information from the policy process and the programs of research would gather from different reports like medical research councils, different projects as well as different human resources that may have activities that can mess with the health of people. There are goals when dealing with the stage of HIV/AIDS short and long term. The guidelines of the policy also specify topics that may become a type of priority and formulated into themes. There are other factors that may be included in the formulation stage as well: human resources development, legislative requirements, results, and use, modalities for funding internal and external are, just to name a few of the stages of the formulation stage. The policy of HIV/AID will have goals, strategies as well as priorities that need to be embraced into the policy.
The legislative Stage Within the legislative stage, courts, special interest groups, and executive branches all become a part of the process of making the HIV/AIDS policy. “There are two types of legislation bills and resolutions ("American Academy Of Hiv Medicine.", 2010). This process moves along with the acceptance and the passing of the particular bill into legislation by the Congress, the regulation of the bill will become finale. During the legislative stage, a strategy that will release services to