Conference Agenda

The schedule presented here is subject to change as the agenda is finalized.

SYNCing to Empower Black Women in HIV Prevention: Health Departments and HBCUs

Studio F

Power of Prevention

This session is intended to provide a comprehensive overview of the current landscape of HIV prevention for Black women—from both a Health Department and HBCU perspective, emphasizing the need for culturally competent, multimodal strategies that are feasible and scalable. Participants will gain insight into practical approaches for reducing HIV and STI risk among one of the most vulnerable populations in the U.S.

HIV PrEP Navigation Certification (HIVPNC) Institute

Studio E

Power of PreventionHealthHIV's HIV PrEP Navigation Certification (HIVPNC) Program is the only certification program offered to providers and allied health professionals focused on preparing providers to guide community members in their use of PrEP over time.

Unveiling HIV: Challenging Assumptions on Molecular Surveillance and Criminalization

Potomac A/B

Experts will ground attendees in an understanding of HIV criminalization as well as the efforts that attendees can join for modernizing HIV criminalization laws and eradicating HIV related stigma. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn more about MHS and why PLHIV and advocates are so concerned with a program whose ostensible purpose is the promotion of public health. Finally, panelists will educate attendees on the interrelationship between different forms of surveillance, focusing on different ways in which reproductive autonomy is targeted as a case study.

Mobilizing Towards PrEP Access For All

Studio D

Power of PreventionHosted by PrEP4All, this Institute will focus on several ways that participants can immediately engage in the movement for equitable PrEP access.

Beyond Daily Oral PrEP

Studio A

Get to know APRETUDE, including a discussion with a patient ambassador, followed by early insights from the PILLAR & EBONI implementation science studies.

CANN and HealthHCV’s 9th Annual National Monitoring Report on HIV/HCV Co-Infection

Studio B

The Community Access National Network (CANN) — in collaboration with HealthHIV, HealthHCV, and the National Coalition for LGBT Health — is hosting the Annual National Monitoring Report on HIV/HCV Co-Infection. During the SYNC session, CANN will present its annual report on the state of co-infection in the United States, including a summary of the HIV/HCV Co-Infection Watch. HealthHIV will present data and implications from its State of Harm Reduction Inaugural National Survey.

Perry Street
ViiV Healthcare
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