Upcoming Webinar: Resilience from Communities of Color: Surviving the COVID-19 Pandemic as a Person with HIV (June 16, 2021)

Posted May 28, 2021

NEC AETC & Columbia Univ Behavioral Health Banner - Resilience form Communities of Color Surviving the COVID-19 Pandemi as a Person with HIV

The Northeast/ Caribbean AIDS Education and Training Center is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, June 16th from 11 am – 12 pm EST.

Target Audience:

This program will be of interest to physicians, physician assistants,
Nurse practitioners, registered nurses, pharmacists, social workers,
case managers, and mental health practitioners. Other disciplines are also welcome to attend.

  • Explore the integration of the definition of resiliency with the experiences ofBlack, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC).
  • Exploring historical & contemporary examples of resilience related to COVID-19
    and the role of sitting with trauma to build resilience.
  • Explore the intersections of resiliency in HIV and the COVID-19 Pandemic
    in the communities of color.

Register Here

Flyer for Resilience from Communities of Color Webinar

Dottie Dowdell, MHS President and Founder of Creative Training and Development, Inc. Part-Time Lecturer, Rutgers University School of Social Work Jacquline D. Phillips, MSW, LCSW Adjunct Professor, Rutgers University Private Practice, Highland, NJ Former Director, Resolve: Employee Assistance Program Former Member, NJ NASW Diversity Committee

For more information, please contact Nadine Etienne at ne2282@cumc.columbia.edu

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