The François-Xavier Bagnoud Center within the Rutgers School of Nursing (FXB Center) provides a wide range of services focused on improving the health of vulnerable women, children, youth, and families and building capacity in the communities and systems that serve them. Our dedicated multidisciplinary staff of more than 400 includes physicians, nurses, educators, social workers and case workers, public health professionals, nutritionists, and administrators. The Center offers expertise in the care of women, men, young people and children living with HIV infection; HIV prevention—with a focus on youth and prevention of perinatal HIV transmission; the healthcare needs of vulnerable, at-risk children—with a focus on those in the child welfare system; capacity building for organizations, institutions and healthcare providers; and the national resource center model of training and technical assistance.
As a leader in the development of sustainable programs locally, nationally, and globally, FXB provides expert services in the following areas:
Building capacity and strengthening systems through strategic partnerships and collaboration, education, sharing of best practices, and providing resources.