2018 Biomedical HIV Prevention Summit

Tentative Workshop Agenda (titles are subject to change)


Monday, December 3

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

  • DoD and the VA
  • Future offerings
  • Housing, Healthcare and the Biomedical World
  • How can injectable treatments be effective in our communities?
  • Partnerships with Existing Curanderos
  • PrEP and transwomen
  • PrEP programs for women
  • PrEP, PEP, and Immigrants: Identifying Barriers and Navigating Assistance Programs
  • Religious Leaders and Their Role in Biomedical Intervention
  • Sexual Health Rights for Youth (ACLU): Navigating

Session 2 Workshops: 2:45 – 4:15 pm

  • Centering the Work with Sex Workers: PrEP, PEP, and U=U a Sage of Education and Access
  • Gender Affirming Care to Improve PrEP Access and Use among Transgender Women and Men
  • How are We Doing? The Status of Biomedical Interventions Solutions from the Field
  • Improving Access for Those in Need: Drug Use and Biomedical Prevention
  • Intermittent PrEP is it for More than Just the French
  • PEP and Women: What are Your Options
  • Social Determines of Health in the Immigrant Communities
  • Social Media for Strategies for Outreach engagement and retention
  • Transgender Equity and Healthcare Rights and HIV treatment
  • Who to Test and Where to Refer? Looking at the Outreach and Linkage Strategies for Biomedical Interventions

Session 3 Workshops: 4:30 – 6:00 pm

  • Access to Biomedical Prevention for Women in the South
  • Automated Natural Language Text-Based Adherence Support
  • Federal Partners and Biomedical Interventions
  • Helping Returning Community: Biomedical Services for the Recently Returned
  • Medical-Legal Partnerships to Address Healthcare and Unmet Needs among Documented and Undocumented Immigrants
  • Navigating Services for Black Transwomen
  • PrEP-ception: PrEP and Reproductive Health
  • The Lesson from HPTN 073 Uptake and Access in Black Gay and Bisexual Men
  • Workgroups and Collaborative Gathering Around the Table to Make Success Happen
  • Youth and TASP, PrEP and PEP, the Importance of a Sexual History


Tuesday, December 4

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

  • Adapting HIV Behavioral Interventions to Support PrEP Initiation and Adherence
  • Community Partnerships to Ensure Holistic Care
  • Engagement and Empowering Service Providers to Meet Women in Non-Traditional Social Settings
  • Leveraging the 340B Program and State Program Funding in a Non-Expansion State
  • Monitoring Health Plan Policies and Costs, Monitoring Barriers to Pay for PrEP for Uninsured Patients in the Non-Expansion States
  • STI and Sexual Health Finding the Through Line
  • The Problem of PrEP Persistence
  • Within vulnerable populations, how do we model, address, and overcome mistrust so that they engage successfully in public health agencies and endeavors?
  • Women of Color + Community Mobilization