HIV Collaborative Justice webinar will explore partnerships—and the ability to share information, develop common goals, and create compatible internal policies to support those goals—have significant potential to positively impact HIV prevention and care. During this webinar, we will discuss the adversarial nature of the HIV prevention and care field and the competition for scarce resources, agencies that have overlapping and/or duplicative responsibilities, the pressure community-based organizations feel to meet deliverables, and four beneficial ways of working together. Register for this webinar today!
Join UCHAPS and special guest Dr. DeMarc Hickson, Executive Director of Us Helping Us, People into Living following the HIV Collaborative Justice Webinar on Facebook Live at 3 PM EDT. An academic and biostatistician by training, Dr. Hickson's experience includes community-based participatory research, environmental and policy systems changes that address the multilevel factors that impact HIV/AIDS, cardiovascular disease and other chronic conditions among racial and sexual minorities in the Southeastern United States.