Each year, NMAC hosts a variety of educational webinars to reach our communities. From information on our conferences, to trainings for new leaders in the fight against HIV, to informational sessions for select audiences, NMAC offers a wide variety of webinars throughout the year.

NMAC will host three webinars on the 2019 USCA:

  • How to Submit An Abstract – video
  • USCA Scholarship Process  – video
  • “So You’re Going to USCA” Attendee Orientation (Aug. 14)

NMAC will host two webinars on the 2019 Biomedical HIV Prevention Summit:

  • Summit Scholarship Process (Date TBD)
  • New Summit Attendee Orientation (DateTBD)

 

The Treatment division is holding a series of webinar for our 50+ Strong and Healthy program:

  • Women with HIV and Aging Related Challenges (May 10) – register

In our efforts to more fully represent the communities highly impacted by HIV, NMAC hosted Community Spotlight, a series of webinars in 2018 that focused on our movement’s diversity. NMAC’s Community Spotlight allowed attendees to hear directly from People Living with HIV, People on PrEP, and other community leaders. We highlighted the good work being done by community-based organizations, health departments, and activists. Our work leads with race because of its impact on our efforts to end the epidemic.

These webinars gave NMAC another way to highlight and educate about communities highly impacted by HIV. We hope to raise the voice of these communities that are sometimes overlooked or dismissed. Storytelling is how we pass down our history. Think of the Community Spotlight as electronic storytelling. Not only are we passing down the history, we’re also recording it for future generations.

The Community Spotlight webinars included:

  • African-American Community – video
  • Women – video
  • Asian/Pacific Islander Community – video
  • Transgender Community – video
  • Native Americans Community – video
  • Latinx Community – video

Webinar Library

Miss one of our webinars? Through our Webinar Library, you can see what you missed!

More Information

For more information, please email communications@nmac.org  We are looking for recommendations on speakers, topics, and trainings to have via webinars.