This is only a partial list of our educational events. Feel free to contact us with questions about training for yourself or organization.
Building our Capacity Across the HIV Continuum Friday, June 3, 2016 8:00AM- 4:30PM Location: Samuel Merritt Health Center in Oakland, CA. Keynote Speaker: Phill Wilson, Black AIDS Institute Black Lives Matter: What's AIDS Got to Do with it Register for the Event Topics Include: Updates in HIV Care and Prevention Linkage and Retention in Transgender, Youth, and African American Communities STD and HCV Updates PrEP Hearing from a Consumer Panel across the HIV Continuum Best Practices in Linkage and Retention…Find out more »
Join HIVE in learning from registered midwife Jay MacGillivray and Dr. Mark Yudin of the Toronto-based Positive Pregnancy Program.Find out more »
Details of the event: 6:00 - 6:30 pm (dinner) 6:30 - 8:30 pm (program) Dinner, program & CEUs are FREE CMEs are $30 at the door (checks & cash accepted-- checks made out to UC Regents) Moderator: Harry W. Lampiris, MD, Chief, Infectious Disease Section, SF VAMC and Professor of Medicine, UCSF; Invited Speakers: Darpun D. Sachdev, MD, Clinical Prevention Specialist, SFDPH, UCSF and Gabriel Chamie, MD Associate Professor, UCSF School of MedicineFind out more »
Dr. Nick Moss and his team will be presenting East Bay HIV epidemiology updates and facilitate a strategic planning discussion on how we as clinicians and nurses want to get involved with Getting to Zero efforts in the East Bay. Please email Jessica Price (info below), if you are interested in attending.Find out more »
This session will begin with a brief update on Getting to Zero efforts in the East Bay, followed by a training on sex positivity, led by JaDawn Wright, Program Manager at Pacific AIDS Education & Training Center, and Lee Lemus, UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program & UCSF PRIME.Find out more »
Who Should Attend: SF HIV Frontline Workers who would like to know more about assisting clients in enrolling in healthcare. Learning Objectives: By the end of this training, frontline workers will be able to: describe the health insurance options available for HIV care and medication; explain how to navigate clients through enrollment in health care coverage; and describe the programs available to help clients pay for HIV care and medication costs.Find out more »