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Date & Time: Friday, June 23, 2017 from 8:30am – 5:00pm EST
Location: 1580 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309 (Peachtree Christian Church)
Cost: Free

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A meaningful discussion must occur about Social Determinants of Health when discussing the topic of HIV. The goal of this training is to have a conversation about select aspects of the social determinants of health. The desire is to build further awareness among medical providers and care teams to have a positive impact on those disproportionally affected by HIV and improve diagnosis, linkage, retention, and viral suppression.

Level: All
Target: Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and Other Nursing Professionals, Physician Assistants, Medical Case Managers, Social Workers, and Pharmacists

Some included training topics:

  • National goals to end the HIV epidemic or national goals
  • Personal bias
  • HIV and health literacy
  • Engaging Black MSM
  • Spirituality and HIV
  • Engaging Latino/a populations
  • Mental health and substance abuse

Lunch will be provided over a ‘Lunch and Learn’ session

Free parking available towards the rear of the building off of Spring Street

For more information, contact:
Sean J. McIntosh, MPH, CPH
Phone: (404) 756-1395
Email: SMcIntosh@msm.edu

 

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