National HIV Testing Week provides an unprecedented opportunity for partners across the US to unite for one week to help more people become aware of their HIV status and to encourage those who know their HIV status and are not in regular HIV medical care to start a discussion about treatment.
Be sure to register for the upcoming virtual UCHAPS membership meeting on Monday, July 16 at 1 PM EDT to discuss improving drug user health in HIV prevention activities and determining next steps for your organization. The UCHAPS membership meeting will be followed by a virtual roundtable discussion on Tuesday, July 17 at 1 PM EDT.
Join UCHAPS as we host the "Youth in the Movement: Supporting Youth Advocates" webinar to discuss supporting youth advocates in a meaningful way with tools, support and resources that are integral to their success. Join us to learn how you can encourage the next generation of advocates.
The nonprofit-led Measure4Change Advisory Council invites you to network with and learn from local nonprofits, funders, government employees, researchers, advocates, social impact consultants, and other stakeholders in this space. This first regional conference of the Measure4Change Community of Practice is aimed at providing practical guidance and functional tools to build and maintain a robust culture of continuous improvement through evaluation and performance measurement.
Be sure to register for the upcoming virtual UCHAPS membership meeting on Monday, February 26 to learn more about health equity and social justice in HIV prevention activities, advance the urban health agenda, and determine next steps for your organization in its commitment to eliminating health disparities.
Join UCHAPS during the NAESM Leadership Conference to discuss HIV prevention and care opportunities and challenges for Black gay and bisexual men. Panelists include Kevin Jones, Urban Coalition for HIV/AIDS Prevention Services; Dr. DeMarc Hickson, Us Helping Us, People into Living, Inc.; and, David J. Johns, National Black Justice Coalition. The panel will be moderated by Dr. Eugene McCray, Director of the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention at the CDC's National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention.
“Chemsex,” the use of stimulants and other drugs combined with high-risk sexual behavior, has reached crisis proportions among older people living with HIV/AIDS and Black Gay Men. In this panel discussion, presenters will explore this phenomenon in both clinical and deeply personal terms.
UCHAPS knows that PrEP is a valuable tool that women can use to take control of their sexual health and is committed to raising awareness among women about PrEP. Join UCHAPS for a discussion on the unique issues surrounding women and PrEP and representation of women in PrEP research.
Join UCHAPS and NASTAD to discuss the benefits of e-learning by leveraging online technical assistance platforms as a vehicle for capacity building assistance. You don't want to miss this conversation for health department staff.
This congressional briefing will bring awareness to barriers affecting successful implementation of PrEP programs; share information on the complexities of payment and regulations; and dissect past, current, and future legislative measures surrounding PrEP.
CFARs across the United States offer a platform that could help local prevention and treatment goals, especially in informing the planning process, examining opportunities for new insights and direction, and provide certain types of data that could propel HIV prevention and treatment activities. CFARs can also help promote shared goals through mobilization, education and engagement. This panel will explore the various ways CFARs could be a part of local integrated HIV prevention and care activities.
People living with HIV, their partners, healthcare providers and criminal justice system should have accurate information about viral suppression of HIV. Join UCHAPS and featured presenters for a discussion about U=U (Undetectable = Untransmittable) on Friday, October 27 at 2 PM to learn more about the benefits of viral suppression.
During the upcoming UCHAPS membership meeting, participants will discuss the pubic health model for molecular HIV surveillance, debunk myths about molecular surveillance, identify benefits of molecular surveillance, and share best practices in community and government molecular HIV surveillance programs.
During the molecular HIV surveillance webinar, speakers from UCHAPS and the CDC will discuss the public health model for MHS, debunk myths about MHS, and identify benefits of MHS. Presentations will be followed by Q&A with featured speakers and MHS peers.