VISIT THE OFFICE ON WOMEN S HEALTH

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Master Series

HRSA Track

Harm Reduction Pathway

STI Pathway

Hep Pathway

Trans Pathway

High Impact Prevention

Housing

Linkage to Care and Primary Care

Organization and Change Management

Domestic (US)/International Issues Intersection

Science and Research Translation

Retention in HIV Care Leading to Viral Suppression

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Our mission is to provide national leadership and coordination to improve the

health of women and girls through policy, education, and model programs.

Federal Agency Collaboration – Making It Happen!

Thursday, September 10, 2:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Trauma and HIV: Caring for Women and Girls

Friday, September 11, Session 2, 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

The Voices of Women and Girls Living with HIV/AIDS:

Listening, Learning and Living Together

Friday, September 11, Session 3, 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

VISIT THE OFFICE ON

WOMEN’S HEALTH

AT BOOTH

402

PARTICIPATE IN OUR WORKSHOPS:

OWH HELPLINE

800-994-9662

VISIT US ONLINE

www.girlshealth.gov

www.womenshealth.gov

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2015 United States Conference on AIDS 117

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

TITLE

PRESENTER

TRACK

Moving the Bar in HIV Prevention in Ethiopia: Matching Public Health Peers

in Domestic and Global HIV Programs

Girma Assefa, NASTAD Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Workneh Demissew, NASTAD Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Tibebe Shenie, NASTAD Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Habtamu Girma, NASTAD Global Program, Washington, DC

Randy May, NASTAD Global Program, Washington, DC Anne Sites, NASTAD Global Program, Washington, DC Lucy Slater, NASTAD Global Program, Washington, DC

Domestic/International Issues Intersection

Starting the Conversation: Baseline Knowledge of PrEP in MSM Seeking HIV Testing Services in New York City

Kalyani Sanchez and Jasmine Major, MPH, GMHC, New York, NY

High Impact Prevention

Barriers to Engagement in HCV Treatment After Community-Based Screening

Braunz E. Courtney, HIV Education and Prevention Project of Alameda County (HEPPAC), Oakland, CA

High Impact Prevention

The Condom Bar: Where Every Penis Knows Your Name

Dale Madison, LA LGBT Center, Los Angeles, CA High Impact Prevention

Results on Factors Affecting Non-HIV Testers Ages 18 - 24 in New York City

Cynthia C. Lee, Columbia University, New York, NY High Impact Prevention

Project CHHANGE: A Community-Level Anti-HIV Stigma and Homophobia Intervention in New York City

Victoria Frye and Mark Paige, New York Blood Center, New York, NY

David Matthews, Brooklyn Men [K]onnect, Brooklyn, NY

High Impact Prevention

The Quest for Stable Housing in Rural North Carolina: Stories and Struggles from HIV+ Clients Participating in a Health Navigation and Medical Home Demonstration Project

Lisa McKeithan, CommWell Health, Dunn, NC Housing

Analysis of Predictors of Unmet HIV-Related Support Services Among

HIV-Infected Individuals in Georgia, 2009 – 2011

Taylor Guffey, Georgia Department of Public Health, Atlanta, GA

Housing

Disparities in the HIV Continuum of Care: A State Level Analysis

Anne Rhodes, Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, VA

Linkage to HIV Care and Primary Care

Trauma and Missed HIV Medical Care Appointments Among Women Living with HIV

Janelle Isaia MPH, MSW, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA

Erin Falvey PhD, Christie’s Place, San Diego, CA

Linkage to HIV Care and Primary Care

2:00 PM – 2:30 PM . . . . Friday, September 11 and Saturday, September 12

Location: Marquis Ballroom Foyer, Meeting Level 2

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118 2015 United States Conference on AIDS

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

TITLE

PRESENTER

TRACK

Social Distancing Stigma Experienced by Participants in 12 U.S. HIV Linkage to Care Programs

Kriti M. Jain, MSPH, Meredith Reilly, MPH, Cathy Maulsby, PhD, MPH and David R. Holtgrave, PhD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Health, Behavior, and Society, Baltimore, MD

Erin Nortrup, MSW and Maura Riordan, MSW, AIDS United, Washington, DC

Linkage to HIV Care and Primary Care

Increasing Comfort of Clinicians in Underserved Communities to provide HIV Care: The ACCESS Program Model

Daria Boccher-Lattimore, Mari Millery and Francine Cournos, New York/New Jersey AIDS Education and Training Center, New York, NY

Linkage to HIV Care and Primary Care

Linkage to HIV Care for Persons Newly Diagnosed with HIV: Results from CDC-Funded Demonstration Projects

Angel Sanchez, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA

Linkage to HIV Care and Primary Care

Leading with Intentions Michael Everett, MHS and Aunsha Hall-Everett, Intimacy & Colour/ETR Associates, Riverdale, GA

Organizations and Change Management

The HIV Counselor-Led Model for Expanding STI Screenings to Underserved Populations

William Nazareth, Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, New York, NY

Organizations and Change Management

Implementation Science: Fidelity Monitoring Tools and Approaches for Patient Navigation Programs

Kate Gilmore and Lauren Yerkes, Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, VA

Organizations and Change Management

Building Health Clinics Capacity by Integrating Training into Strategic Planning

Nadine Nader, Daria Boccher-Lattimore and Francine Cournos, New York/New Jersey AIDS Education and Training Center, New York, NY

Organizations and Change Management

Crowdfunding - Passing the Collection Plate Sharita Ambrose, MPH, Cardea/Texas Black Women’s Initiative, Austin, TX

Organizations and Change Management

Impact and Cost-Effectiveness of a Pharmacy-Based Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence Clinic for Patients Living with HIV

Pamela Klein, Health Resources and Services Administration, Rockville, MD

Retention in HIV Care Leading to Viral Suppression

Health Models: An HIV Pay-For-Performance Program Implemented at Two HIV Clinics in the New Orleans MSA.

Dominique Fisher and Karen Bennett, Priority Health Care, Marrero, LA

Tammy Wells, Crescent Care, New Orleans, LA

Retention in HIV Care Leading to Viral Suppression

Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary HIV Care in San Francisco:

Does it Improve Viral Load Suppression?

Alexandra Geary-Stock, San Francisco Department of Public Health, San Francisco, CA

Retention in HIV Care Leading to Viral Suppression

Community-Based AIDS Research: From Data to Education, Programs and Policy

Mark Brennan-Ing, Liz Seidel, Lisa Frederick and Joseph Lunievicz, ACRIA, New York, NY

Science and Research Translation

Community Based Organizations Added Value in Clinical Trials Literacy

Steven Wakefield, HIV Vaccine Trials Network, Seattle, WA Bertram G. Johnson, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA

Science and Research Translation

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