Program


Program

2018 Biomedical HIV Prevention Summit

Tentative Workshop Agenda (titles are subject to change)

Session 1 | Session 2 | Session 3 | Session 4

Monday, December 3

Session 1 Workshops: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

PrEP's Getting a Makeover: Shots, Rings, & Other Splendid Things

Factors Associated with Black MSM's Participation in Biomedical HIV Research

Engaging People of Trans Experience into PrEP Care

TelePrEP: Expanding Access & Adherence to PrEP through Telemedicine

Sex Work Decriminalization Is Critical for Ending the HIV Epidemic

Collaborative Partnerships for Optimizing PrEP Navigation in San Diego County

Mujeres Transgénero - Disparidades y soluciones eficaces en el sur

Virtual impressions to PrEP retention, and the steps in between!

Correctional Health is Community Health: The Indiana Peer Education Program

Motivational Interviewing for PrEP Adherence in PWID

Jotería bien PrEParada

Session 2 Workshops: 2:45 – 4:15 pm

Revisiting “RISK” - Best practice sharing for engaging young people in the prevention dialogue

Engaging Black Women during an emergency department visit to debunk myths on HIV and STI risks

Taking It To The Screen: Creating A Virtual Community

Remote Patient Navigation and Advocacy During COVID-19: Successes and Challenges

PrEP Access and Future Horizons: Drug Market and Coverage Changes

Mentoring Researchers and Care Providers to Address Disparities

Expanding Pharmacists' Role for Providing PrEP/PEP

Texting lost-to-follow-up PrEP patients from a San Francisco STD clinic

Expanding Our Legacy: Engaging Black HIV Advocates in Clinical Research

NIH Center Ending the HIV Epidemic Projects: Community Partnerships in the South to Address Needs and Advance Implementation Science

Session 3 Workshops: 4:30 – 6:00 pm

HIV Prevention: Out of the Specialty Clinics and into the EDs and SSPs – a framework forward.

Molecular HIV Surveillance and Latino/a/x Immigrant Communities

Pivoting HIV Prevention Services to Meet Community Needs During COVID-19

Increasing PrEP Uptake: When a Clinic Feels Like a "Casita"

Transgender Women of Color: Disparities and solutions in the South

TelePrEP and COVID: Implementing a TelePrEP Program/Enhancing testing during COVID-19: Lessons learned from HIV self-testing programs

Promoting Equitable Access to PrEP, TelePrEP, and Long-Acting PrEP

A Tale of 3 Cities: PrEP Navigation in Tennessee

Meet Me Where I Am: Medical Mentorship of Young People

Fuerte y PrEParada: Research and community perspectives on factors impacting PrEP uptake among cisgender Latina women

Tuesday, December 4

Session 4 Workshops: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Increasing Choice: Innovation and Biomedical HIV Prevention Research among Women

Participation of Racial/Ethnic Minorities in Clinical Research

Prevention and Retention in Care for Chem Sex Using MSM

From Innovation to Implementation: Using Adherence Testing to Optimize PrEP

Retos para la prevención de VIH entre las Comunidades Hispanas (HHS)

Workforce Development for Latinx Gay/Bi Men and People with HIV

Undetectable = Untransmittable, Walking the Walk, Talking the Talk

Get It Get It Presents…Sexual Healing Goes Virtual!

Expanding HIV Prevention Through HRSA Health Centers

Success Stories and Challenges Implementing PrEP in Indian Country