Saturday, October 4, 2014

2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.


  • Strategic approaches to improving and increasing biomedical interventions knowledge among communities interested in HIV prevention
  • Confused about HIV Navigation Services? Capacity Building Guidelines to Implement a Successful Program
  • How to Build a Successful Linkage to Care Program for Latinos from the Ground Up
  • Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis: Policy and Implementation
  • Evolving HIV/STI risk environments of FSWs
  • A National Perspective on the Challenges and Successes of Linking HIV Positive Persons to Partner Services
  • Too Fast and Too Furious: Managing Change in Times of Great Transition
  • Innovative Strategies to Expand Access to HIV testing, Increase linkage to Care Among High-Risk Latino Young Men who Have Sex With Men (YMSM) in Puerto Rico
  • Empowering Positive Youth (EPY): An Effective Model for Stabilizing Youth in HIV Care
  • Start Talking. Stop HIV. A social marketing campaign encouraging gay and bisexual men to talk openly about HIV
  • Harm Reduction Policy and Practice in the Era of the Affordable Care Act
  • Addressing the Effects of Violence and Abuse to Improve the Continuum of Care for Women Living with HIV
  • Re-visioning HIV/AIDS Housing as “Accountable Care” in a Changing Environment
  • Ready, Set, Go! Community Readiness and High Impact Prevention: How to Increase Your Impact with One Simple Tool
  • HIV Criminalization: What needs to be in your client’s chart and what doesn’t
  • The Drop Box: Support the Needle Drop Box Pilot program/identifying resources for its implementation. An effective tool to control the proliferation of hypodermic needles in public right of way.
  • Meet-and-Greet Session with I Design Spokespersons (Sponsored by Merck)
  • Funding the Ryan White Program Today and Tomorrow
  • Building a better Support System for Clients: HCP & ASO Partnership (Sponsored by ViiV)
  • Improving Health and Reducing Risk while Saving Money: Lessons learned from a Supportive Housing Program for People with HIV


  • Project Faith: Faith Based Communities and HIV Prevention
  • Linking and Retaining HIV+ Multiply Diagnosed Homeless Clients in Care
  • Young, Latino and gay? Now what; Stories and strategies addressing the Barriers and Risk factors that affect access to care and prevention services.
  • Perceptions of PrEP in a diverse Black population
  • Healthy Relationships Adaptation for young MSM of color, ages 13-23
  • HIV Partner Services: Exploring How to Improve Client Willingness to Use Disclosure Assistance Services for Notifying Sexual and Needle-Sharing Partners of Potential HIV Exposure