Poster Presentations

December 2, 2021 (1:15pm – 1:45pm)

  • Aging and Womanhood: Empowering Mental Health Approach for Transgender Latina
  • Benefits of PrEP for Latino MSM: Implications for PrEP Messaging
  • Educating South Los Angeles Youth on HIV and Substance Abuse
  • Facilitating Cooperation Between Syringe Service Programs, Community and Law Enforcement
  • Having Our Say: Including Black Women in HIV Prevention
  • HIV and COVID-19 Testing Innovations; A Year of Program Results.
  • HIV Testing Outcomes in CDC-Funded Health Departments During COVID-19
  • Impacts of Housing on Health of People Living with HIV/AIDS
  • Improving Health Outcomes through Coordinated Care, Housing & Employment Services
  • In San Francisco Empowering Black Youth Through Culturally Competent Sex-Ed
  • Mental Health in American Indians and Alaska Natives with HIV/HCV
  • Missing Data, Missing Diversity: Participant Diversity in Industry HIV Trials
  • NY HIV programs and telehealth: lessons learned during the pandemic.
  • Outside the Guidelines: The HIV Continuum for People Experiencing Homelessness
  • PASWHA National Study on HIV and Aging: Telehealth Lessons Learned
  • Putting the PharmD in Diabetes: comprehensive diabetes screenings in PWH
  • Same-day access to HIV prevention for people who inject drugs
  • Sex Can Be Good, Why Can’t It Be Safe!
  • Sex in the Time of COVID-19 Vaccines
  • Simply Glow’d- Youth and Mental Health.
  • Using Virtual Platforms to Promote Mental Health among PLWH
  • Viral Suppression: Achieving Equity By Partnering with Community SMEs
  • YOUNITY Workshop: An Essential Pivot in Response to a Pandemic

Institute Session I

December 2, 2021 (2:30pm – 4:00pm)

  • Women Informing Now (WIN): Using Innovation to Reduce Isolation and Stigma among Women of Color living with HIV
    Presented by The AIDS Institute
  • COVID, HIV, and Racism – How Providers Can Make a Difference
    Presented by AAHIVM
  • Our People. Our Problem. Our Solution: Black in Action
    Presented by Black AIDS Institute
  • 40 years of HIV inequities at home and abroad, where do we go next?
    Presented by AIDS United
  • Housing is Necessary for Ending HIV/AIDS
    Presented by NAHC and HUD
  • Healing, Empathy, Relationships, Boundaries: Securing Your Bag (HERBS)
    Coordinated by NMAC TGNC CAP
  • Navigating through A Transmasculine Lens
    Presented by the NMAC Transmasculine CAP
  • How Men of Color Use Their Faith to Respond to HIV Related Trauma
    Presented by Balm in Gilead
  • A Seat at the Table: Reimagining the Engagement of Systemically Affected Youth in SRH PSS
    Presented by the Youth CAP

Session 1 Workshops

December 2, 2021 (4:30pm – 5:30pm)

  • SHERO: The Impact of Faith in Conversations with Women living with HIV
  • 2020 Key Findings of RWHAP and EHE in Metropolitan Areas and Southern States.
  • Bridging Gaps and Building Partnerships: HIV Elimination Among Tribal Communities
  • More Money, More Advocacy – Advocating for Federal HIV/AIDS Funding
  • Shifting to Action: Implementing Your ETE Plan
  • The Networks of People Living with HIV Policy Agenda
  • Impact of COVID-19 on HIV Prevention Services among CDC-funded CBOs
  • Understanding the unique health needs of gender non-conforming adults
  • Puerto Rico: Desarrollo de una evaluación de necesidades para la comunidad transgénero
  • Mi Gente: HIV Latinx Prevention Program
  • Harm Reduction and Trauma-Informed Care:Competing or Complementary Approaches?
  • Triple Trouble: Addressing Stigmas of HIV, Viral Hepatitis, and SUD
  • Community-Academic Partnerships for Community-Based Participatory Research: Lessons from Chicago
  • Engaging Black Women in Washington DC’s EHE Plan
  • Through the looking glass: prevention, treatment, and mental health lenses
  • Policy Approaches for Meeting the Needs of People Aging with HIV
  • HIV CURE – Hot Topics in HIV Cure Research
  • Town Hall with Federal Panel: Dr. Goodenow, Dr. Cheever, Mr. Walker, and Mr. Phillips hosted by Mr. Moises Agosto
  • Living with HIV and Hard Belly  (Excess Visceral Abdominal Fat)

Session 2 Workshops

December 3, 2021 (11:00am – 12 noon)

  • The COVID-19 Pandemic: Impact on Southern HIV Service Organizations, Staff and Client
    Sponsored by Gilead Sciences
  • HOPWA 201 – Program Updates
  • The CABENUVA (cabotegravir; rilpivirine) Good to Know Event
    Presented by ViiV Healthcare
  • Leveraging COVID-19 Lessons and Infrastructure of Hepatitis
  • Perseverance spelled R-E-S-I-L-I-E-N-C-E: Effective Community Engagement by National CFAR CAB
  • Fortalecimiento institucional para proveedores Latinx en los tiempos del COVID-19
  • Addressing Health Equity Issues to Expand HIV Prevention & Treatment Access and Choice
    Presented by Merck
  • Health Equity for Black Women Living with HIV
  • Launching Chicago’s First Comprehensive HIV HUB : Lessons Learned & COVID-19
  • Creating Coalitions to Address the SUD, HIV, and Hepatitis Syndemic
  • Tried To Make Me Go To Rehab: TIC and Addiction
  • ENGAGE: Strengthening and Sustaining Meaningful Health Department and Community Relationships
  • The “Showing Up for Black Power, Liberation and Healing” Initiative
  • Addressing HIV Disparities: Experiences from the end+disparities ECHO Collaborative
  • PrEP4Teens: Empowering Youth to Create Their Own Social PrEP Marketing
  • Trauma Informed Management: Strategies for Supporting a Weary Workforce
  • Lessons learned: Implementing the TWIST intervention as a retreat
  • Healing Together, an adaptation of Common Threads© : Combating HIV-Related Stigma and Improving ART Adherence
  • Moving forward, grantee lessons learned and valuable resources from SAMHSA

Session 3 Workshops

December 3, 2021 (1:15pm – 2:15pm)

  • The Importance of Testing and Care in Helping End the HIV Epidemic
    Presented by Gilead
  • Blessings and Barriers: Using storytelling to chal- lenge traditional narratives about HIV, sexuality and faith
  • Making the HOPWA Program Work for Your Community
  • Harm Reduction (More Than Just Syringe Exchange)
  • Challenges and Innovations in Rural Sexual Health
  • Rapid ART Start: Improving HIV Engagement and Care
  • Innovative Responses in Nutrition for People Living with HIV
  • Trauma-Informed Leadership and Supervision: A Time to Rethink Leadership
  • Advocating for Increasingly AggressiveManagement of HIV/HCV Co-infection in PWID
  • Interrupting Stigma where HIV & Opioid Use Disorder Intersect
  • The Benefits of Telehealth Extend Beyond the Pandemic
  • Internalized HIV-related Stigma in Women of Color Obtaining Care
  • Respuesta Comunitaria al COVID-19 en Latinx en los Estados Unidos
  • Latinx Transgender Voices to inform HIV Care and Prevention Services
  • From the Polls to Policy: Centering Community in HIV/LGBTQIA+ Advocacy
  • The Power Dynamics of MIPA in HIV Criminalization
  • Facilitating Posttraumatic Growth and Resilience in HIV Care Settings
  • Telehealth and HIV Self-Testing: Improving Your “Website Manners!”
  • Pivot, Adapt and Rise: “These are the same issues…just worse”
  • Understanding Black Men: Culture, Stigma, Sexuality and Getting-to-Zero
  • Stakeholder-driven approach to improving HIV PrEP awareness among university students

Session 4 Workshops

December 3, 2021 (2:30pm – 3:30pm)

  • National Institutes of Health, Office of AIDS Research: Listening Session with OAR Director Dr. Maureen Goodenow
    Office of AIDS Research (OAR), Rockville, MD
  • Nothing Left Unsaid: Keeping it 100 with Your Care Team
    Presented by Janssen Therapeutics
  • Funding Housing: HOPWA, Ryan White, and More
  • Coalition Building for Sustained Response
  • Adolescent Sexual Health and HIV/STD Telemedicine Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Community Engagement: Leading change to end the HIV epidemic in the midst of COVID 19
  • HIV Status Neutral: Paradigm shift for the HIV prevention and care cycle
  • Social marketing campaign for HIV self-testing during COVID-19 and beyond
  • Successful Strategy to Engage YMSMC to Telehealth PrEP
  • Building Rapid-Response Surveys to Strengthen Your Organization
  • From Glitz to Glam: Native STD/HIV Prevention
  • Increasing PrEP Uptake: When a Clinic Feels Like a “Casita”
  • Adapting In-Person Interventions for Virtual Delivery
  • Elevating Critical Conversations on Breastfeeding and HIV
  • Pharmacists and HIV Prevention: A Perfect Match!
  • Arts as Resistance for Black, Latinx, & Indigenous LGBTQ+ communities
  • Collaborative Language: the Intersection of HIV, Substance Use, and Incarceration
  • It’s About Time – HIV Research Just for Transgender Women
  • Providing Care along the Virtual Continuum of PrEP Care
  • When the Party is over: A conversation about sex, chems, HIV and mental health
  • Policy Approaches for Meeting the Needs of People Aging with HIV
  • Older Adults with HIV: Awareness and management of common co-occurring conditions
  • Calling for Change: Reports from the Convening on HIV and Employment

Institute Session II

December 3, 2021 (4:00pm – 5:30pm)

  • This is Our Story: HIV Impact and Opportunities in the Rural South
    Presented by Southern AIDS Coalition
  • The ABC’s of Building a Local Long-Term HIV Survivor Network
    Presented by The Reunion Project
  • Sin voz, ni voto: The hidden victims of the intersection of Covid-19, Crystal Meth, and HIV in our Latino communities
    Presented by the Latinx CAP
  • United We Rise: What would the response to HIV look like if it were led by Black people
    Presented by United We Rise
  • Keeping Our Circle Strong: Effective Collaborations for AI/AN Community
  • Presented by the American Indian/ Alaska Native CAP Advocate, Tell Your Story, Advocate!
    Presented by National AIDS Housing Coalition and HUD
  • Asian Communities: Surviving the Colliding Pandemics
    Presented by the Asian CAP