Agenda


Agenda

Below is the official 2022 USCHA conference agenda. 

For any questions please contact conferences@nmac.org.

Dates Subject to Change.
All Times Eastern Standard Time

Main Agenda

Friday, October 7, 2022

4:00 pm - 7:00 pmRegistration

Saturday, October 8, 2022

7:30 am - 5:00 pmRegistration
8:00 am - 11:00 amInstitutes
Ending the HIV Epidemic by Cultivating Equity- and Community-Focused Leadership (Presented by AIDS United)
10:00 am - 5:00 pmExhibit Hall Open
11:30 am - 1:30 pmPlenary Session
1:45 pm - 3:45 pmSession 1 Workshops
• “One-stop Shop”, Prevención, Enlace y trastornos por consumo de sustancias
• Addressing the Lack of Advocacy for Transmen /Transmasculine in Healthcare
• Addressing The Trauma of LGBTQ Identity Development in Affirming Care
• Anti-Racist Creative Arts that uplift Black, Indigenous, Latinx LGBTQ+ Communities
• Breast & Chest Feeding Guidelines: Race, Gender and Criminalization
• Community Mobilization for People Aging with HIV in Cleveland, OH
• Project REACT: A Community Response to COVID-19, HIV, and Hep-C
• Research 101: From lab to community - Injectable PrEP
• Status Neutral Biomedical HIV Prevention: Voices from the Ground
• Stigma Fighters: Ending the Epidemic by removing HIV-related Stigma
• Strategies to Enhance Linkage to Care for Justice Involved PWH
• Take Control with PrEP: an intervention for Women of Color
4:00 pm - 6:00 pmSession 2 Workshops
• Adapting an HIV community-level intervention to improve COVID-19 vaccination uptake
• Boosting PrEP: Leveraging EHE to Expand Access and Workforce Capacity
• Combatting the Syndemic of HIV & Hepatitis in West Virginia
• Engaging Asian and Pacific Islander MSM Community in HIV Prevention
• From Promise to Practice: Operationalizing Racial Justice in HIV
• La Vergüenza Tóxica de la Jotería
• Low Health Literacy Patient Portal: Ryan White Bergen-Passaic SPNS Initiative
• Planning in Partnership: RWPA Improving Care for PWH with SMI
• Project Innovate: Building Entrepreneurs to End the HIV Epidemic
• The Emerging Role of Pharmacies in Expanding Access to PrEP
• Thriving beyond 50 and Black. It's Healthy, Possible, Bold, Beautiful.
• Trauma Informed Practices for Survivors of IPV living with HIV
• Woke Research: Efforts to Ensure Meaningful Inclusion
6:15 pm - 7:15 pm Affinity Session
6:30 pm - 8:30 pmWelcome Reception

Sunday, October 9, 2022

8:30 am – 5:00 pmRegistration
8:00 am - 11:00 amInstitutes
10:00 am - 5:00 pmExhibit Hall Open
11:30 am - 1:30 pmPlenary Session
1:30 pm - 2:00 pmPoster Presentations
• A Critical-Cultural Analysis of Testing Makes Us Stronger Health Campaign
• Acceptability and Implementation of a Teen PrEP Social Marketing Campaign
• Black Women's Knowledge, Attitudes, Self-efficacy, & Willingness to Use PrEP
• Covid-19 protocol impact on HIV engagement in care program recruitment
• Culturally Attuned Education Through the Use of e-Learning Modules
• Developing and Implementing Inclusive and Anti-Racist Communication Strategies
• Expanding Rapid ART in San Juan: Implementing Clinic Capacity Assessments
• Factors associated with PrEP-related behaviors among gender non-conforming adults
• Healing Together: Our Collective Experience of Overcoming Trauma
• HIV Care Outcomes Among Transgender Women With Diagnosed HIV, 2015–2019
• HIV Risk Perception among Heterosexuals in Puerto Rico
• HIV Stigma, Immigration Status, and Attitudes Toward HIV Testing
• HIV-Related Stigma Reduction Programs for HIV Healthcare Providers Remain Limited
• Hope&Healing: HIV/SUD Treatment to Homeless LGBTQIA+ Young Adults During COVID
• HUD's Outreach on HIV Housing Discrimination
• Know Who I am?!: Gender Dysphoria, HIV in Transgender Girls
• Knowledge of HPV and anal cancer among people with HIV
• Long-Acting Injectables: A Community Health Center Pilot
• MSM Recruitment and Interviewing Strategies for HIV Research
• Perceived health effects of marijuana use among PLWH during COVID-19
• Rapid linkage to HIV care among persons diagnosed with HIV
• Reimagining the HIV Continuum of Care: Prioritizing Mental Health
• Sexual politics and activism in HIV/AIDS in Brazil
• Social Networks, Stigma, HIV Risk Outcomes in African Immigrant Communities
• Stigma, Representation, and Advocacy for BMSM with HIV
• Usability Evaluation of a Mental Health Resource Chatbot (Tabatha-YYC)
2:00 pm - 4:00 pmSession 3 Workshops
• Changing the narrative: Rebranding PrEP
• Combating Racial Bias 101: HIV Services x TGNC Community
• De-criminalizing HIV transmission in Illinois: Using community-centered and data-informed strategies
• LGBT+ older adults living with HIV in Puerto Rico
• Preventive Care Needs for HIV Positive Individuals Transitioning from Incarceration
• Project PODER: Houston Health Department HIV Cluster Detection and Response
• Status Neutrality: Getting Organizations to the End of the Epidemic
• TelePrEP Within REACH: Innovatively Connecting Our Community to Preventative Services
• The Impact of COVID-19 on Black MSM PrEP Users
• Transforming Work Culture: Trauma-Informed Leadership with Accountability
4:15 pm - 6:15 pmSession 4 Workshops
• 340 Getting to Zero: USVI Health and HIV Equity Summit
• A Public Health Solution for Non-Clinic-Based, Self-Collect STI/HIV Testing
• An Emergency Department Collaboration to Help End the HIV Epidemic
• Be the Change You Seek: Ending Criminalization of HIV
• Comparing Multiple HIV Testing Service Delivery Models During a Pandemic
• Empoderando Trabajadoras Sexuales en la frontera: del Sur de Texas
• HIV Outbreaks and Unstable Housing: Integrating Housing Services Into Response
• HIV Vaccine Research: What’s it all about?
• HPTN 094: Community Engagement for Mobilizing Healthcare Services for PWID
• Is Funding Equitable?
• Optimizing Electronic Medical Records to Tell Your HIV Testing Story
• When PLHIV Consider Working: Earnings and Public Benefits Interactions
6:30 pm - 7:30 pmAffinity Session

Monday, October 10, 2022

9:00 am - 3:00 pmRegistration
9:00 am - 11:00 amSession 5 Workshops
• "You Still There?”: Getting to Zero Through Engaging Online Trainings
• Expanding Syringe Services Program Capacity to Respond to COVID-19
• How to be a Competitive Applicant for HOPWA Funding
• Innovations in HIV Care for Unsheltered People who Inject Drugs
• Let’s Talk About...Sexual and Reproductive Health for Women with HIV
• Mental Health of People with Vertically Acquired HIV
• My Voice, Our Story: NJ uses storytelling to EHE
• PrEParando el camino para el acceso y retención a PrEP
• The Black & Trans Masculine Experience: Barriers to Healthcare
• Where Things Stand: Federal Harm Reduction Policy
10:00 am – 5:00 pmExhibit Hall Open
11:30 am – 1:30 pmPlenary Session
1:30 pm – 2:00 pmPoster Presentations
• A Critical-Cultural Analysis of Testing Makes Us Stronger Health Campaign
• Acceptability and Implementation of a Teen PrEP Social Marketing Campaign
• Black Women's Knowledge, Attitudes, Self-efficacy, & Willingness to Use PrEP
• Covid-19 protocol impact on HIV engagement in care program recruitment
• Culturally Attuned Education Through the Use of e-Learning Modules
• Developing and Implementing Inclusive and Anti-Racist Communication Strategies
• Expanding Rapid ART in San Juan: Implementing Clinic Capacity Assessments
• Factors associated with PrEP-related behaviors among gender non-conforming adults
• Healing Together: Our Collective Experience of Overcoming Trauma
• HIV Care Outcomes Among Transgender Women With Diagnosed HIV, 2015–2019
• HIV Risk Perception among Heterosexuals in Puerto Rico
• HIV Stigma, Immigration Status, and Attitudes Toward HIV Testing
• HIV-Related Stigma Reduction Programs for HIV Healthcare Providers Remain Limited
• Hope&Healing: HIV/SUD Treatment to Homeless LGBTQIA+ Young Adults During COVID
• HUD's Outreach on HIV Housing Discrimination
• Know Who I am?!: Gender Dysphoria, HIV in Transgender Girls
• Knowledge of HPV and anal cancer among people with HIV
• Long-Acting Injectables: A Community Health Center Pilot
• MSM Recruitment and Interviewing Strategies for HIV Research
• Perceived health effects of marijuana use among PLWH during COVID-19
• Rapid linkage to HIV care among persons diagnosed with HIV
• Reimagining the HIV Continuum of Care: Prioritizing Mental Health
• Sexual politics and activism in HIV/AIDS in Brazil
• Social Networks, Stigma, HIV Risk Outcomes in African Immigrant Communities
• Stigma, Representation, and Advocacy for BMSM with HIV
• Usability Evaluation of a Mental Health Resource Chatbot (Tabatha-YYC)
2:00 pm – 4:00 pmSession 6 Workshops
• "You Still There?”: Getting to Zero Through Engaging Online Trainings
• Expanding Syringe Services Program Capacity to Respond to COVID-19
• How to be a Competitive Applicant for HOPWA Funding
• Innovations in HIV Care for Unsheltered People who Inject Drugs
• Let’s Talk About...Sexual and Reproductive Health for Women with HIV
• Mental Health of People with Vertically Acquired HIV
• My Voice, Our Story: NJ uses storytelling to EHE
• PrEParando el camino para el acceso y retención a PrEP
• The Black & Trans Masculine Experience: Barriers to Healthcare
• Where Things Stand: Federal Harm Reduction Policy
• Protect Black Women: Health Equity Through Anti-Racist Clinical Care
• Staying Nimble and Adaptable- ways to ensure continuum of care
• What Does Healing Look Like For Transgender Women of Color?
4:15 pm – 6:15 pmSession 7 Workshops
• ‘Nothing with us, without us’: Leading DEI in the Workplace
• Health Inequities Affecting the Transmasculine Population
• Launching a Digital Portal for Chicago’s HIV HUB: Lessons Learned
• LGBTQI+ Trauma Informed Spiritually Integrative Mental Health and Healing.
• Politics of Federal HIV Funding – Challenges, Opportunities, & Advocacy
• Reclaiming Sexual Power: Discussing Sexualized Racism and other Sexual Biases
• Reframing the Continuum of Care in the Context of COVID
• Storytelling to Amplify Visibility in Black and Latinx LGBTQ+ Communities
• The House and Ball Culture & HIV| Access Granted
• The Unique Perspectives of PLWHIV Since Birth or Early Childhood
6:30 pm – 7:30 pmAffinity Session

Tuesday, October 11, 2022

9:00 am - 11:00 amSession 8 Workshops
11:30 am - 1:30 pmClosing Plenary