Preventive Health and Innovation in HIV for Diverse Populations

Despite strides in overall HIV prevention, certain population groups are still experiencing rising HIV infection rates. Why? Stigma. Lack of education about HIV-prevention measures. Limited access to HIV-prevention medication. Discomfort in talking about sex with clinicians or about HIV status with partners.

This CME/CE-certified, sequenced learning initiative, including both live and online activities, will provide clinicians with education and resources to help them optimize HIV-prevention efforts in at-risk populations.

The HIV-Prevention Collaborative

Perspectives from 9 key organizations are at the heart of this initiative, which features unique insights on how to identify individuals at greatest risk for HIV while overcoming barriers to implementing effective HIV-prevention measures.

Online CME/CE

From the SYNChronicity 2017 Satellite Symposium
State-of-the-Art Strategies for HIV Prevention in the LGBTQ Community

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From the NHMA 2017 Conference Satellite Symposium
Stand Up to HIV: Prevention Strategies for Your Community (Video)

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From the NHMA 2017 Conference Satellite Symposium
Stand Up to HIV: HIV Prevention in a Hispanic Man Who Has Sex With Men (Clinical Case)

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Strategies That Work (Video)
HIV Prevention in Primary Care

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Strategies That Work (Video)
HIV Prevention for Underserved Patients

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Strategies That Work (Video)
Overcoming Barriers to HIV Prevention

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Video Case Study 2
Latina Woman with Multiple At-Risk Partners

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From the FMX 2017 Satellite Symposium
Ending HIV: Family Physicians on the Front Line of Prevention (Video)

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From the FMX 2017 Satellite Symposium
Ending HIV: Family Physicians on the Front Line of Prevention (Clinical Case)

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Featured Activity

Case: Culturally Competent HIV Prevention in an African American Man
0.50 / AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM
0.50 / CNE Contact Hour

Although prevention strategies have been successful in certain populations, heterosexual African-American men are not adequately targeted for HIV prevention. This case vignette features a 42-year-old African-American man who is HIV-negative but whose wife is HIV-positive. In this setting, clinicians must take a comprehensive and culturally competent approach to HIV prevention to reach and treat those at greatest risk in the African-American community.

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Resources For Clinicians

Faculty

The curriculum for IMPACT has been developed by a renowned faculty of clinical experts on health disparities in the prevention of HIV. Scroll through the list and click each bio for full information on credentials and experience for each faculty member.
  • Mesfin G. Fransua, MD
    CME Co-Director

    Associate Professor of Medicine
    Morehouse School of Medicine
    Atlanta, GA

  • H. Gene Stringer, MD
    CME Co-Director

    Associate Professor of Medicine
    Morehouse School of Medicine
    Atlanta, GA

  • Tim Cavanaugh, MD

    Medical Director
    Transgender Health Program
    National LGBT Health Education Center
    The Fenway Institute
    Boston, MA

  • Capt. Kenneth L. Dominguez, MD

    Medical Epidemiologist
    Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention
    National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention
    Atlanta, GA

  • Richard A. Elion, MD

    Co-Director, HIV/HCV Treatment Research Program
    Providence Hospital
    Washington, DC

  • Travis A. Gayles, MD, PhD

    Chief Medical Officer
    Bureau Chief, STD-TB Control
    DC Department of Health
    Washington, DC

  • Jason Halperin, MD

    CresentCare
    New Orleans, LA

  • W. David Hardy, MD, AAHIVS

    Senior Director, Evidence-based Practices
    Whitman-Walker Health
    Washington, DC

  • Brian Hujdich

    Executive Director
    HealthHIV
    National Coalition for LGBT Health
    Washington, DC

  • Jeffrey T. Kirchner, DO

    Medical Director
    Penn Medicine / LGHP - Comprehensive Care
    Lancaster General Hospital
    Lancaster, PA

  • Jason M. Leider, MD

    Professor of Clinical Medicine
    Albert Einstein College of Medicine
    Bronx, NY

  • Alfred Loupe, LPN

    CrescentCare
    New Orleans, LA

  • Niva Lubin-Johnson, MD

    Past Section Chair
    Advocate Health Care
    AMA Minority Affairs Section
    Chicago, IL

  • Leandro A. Mena, MD

    Professor of Medicine
    Division of Infectious Diseases
    School of Medicine
    University of Mississippi Medical Center
    Jackson, MS

  • Edith P. Mitchell, MD

    Director, Center to Eliminate Cancer Disparities
    Associate Director, Diversity Affairs
    Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson
    Philadelphia, PA

  • Elena V. Rios, MD

    President and Chief Executive Officer
    National Hispanic Medical Association
    Washington, DC

  • Tamara Saimons, FNP-BC, FNP-C

    Southwest Care Center
    Albuquerque, NM

  • Carl G. Streed, Jr, MD

    Advisory Committee on LGBTQ Issues
    American Medical Association
    Boston, MA

  • Rebecca Vargas-Jackson, MD

    Infectious Disease Specialist
    College of Health and Human Services
    George Mason University
    Fairfax, VA

  • Reginald Vicks, RN, BSN

    Chief Operations Officer
    CrescentCare
    New Orleans, LA

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