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HIV Prevention Institute, Part 2

September 22 @ 5:00 pm6:30 pm EDT

“How for Now:” Overcoming Barriers and Routinizing HIV Self-Testing

Adapting to an ever-changing pandemic landscape has both created barriers and sparked innovation in the field of HIV testing. Programs have been forced to adapt in order to meet clients where they are by effectively updating and changing services based on the frequent shifts in national, state, and local COVID-19 protocols. Providers are tasked with effectively communicating these changes to their patients and promoting strategies to keep them engaged in care. This session will cover the shift from in-person testing to self-testing models, exploring successes, barriers, innovation, and routinizing HIV testing in this time.Adapting to an ever-changing pandemic landscape has both created barriers and sparked innovation in the field of HIV testing. Programs have been forced to adapt in order to meet clients where they are by effectively updating and changing services based on the frequent shifts in national, state, and local COVID-19 protocols. Providers are tasked with effectively communicating these changes to their patients and promoting strategies to keep them engaged in care. This session will cover the shift from in-person testing to self-testing models, exploring successes, barriers, innovation, and routinizing HIV testing in this time.

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Date:
September 22
Time:
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm EDT
Speakers
Kate Curoe
Affiliation:
Washington University in St. Louis CDC Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) Program
Carla A. Mena
Affiliation:
Hands United at Latino Commission on AIDS
Nkechi Onyewuenyi
Affiliation:
Patient educator at Legacy Community Health
Daniela P. Simba
Affiliation:
Hands United
Javonte Williams
Affiliation:
Philadelphia Department of Public Health
Kevin Lawson
Affiliation:
Sr. US Marketing Manager for OraSure Technologies Inc.
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