May 29–31, 2024 at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel


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.

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.

Event Series HIV Prevention Track

HIV Prevention Track, Session 1

Studio B

Power of Prevention

  • Spilling the Tea: How Medical Mistrust Impacts HIV/STI Prevention and Treatment for Young LGBTQ+ Black Women and Girls
  • Evaluating Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Use of Preexposure Prophylaxis for HIV Within the Military Health System
Event Series STI Track

STIs Track, Session 1

Potomac A

Power of Prevention

  • Hey CIS, Can We Talk...? Black Women, Sexuality, and PrEP
  • STD Crisis: A Case for Rapid POC Testing
  • Effects of Targeted Provider Education on HIV and STI Testing Rates at an FQHC
Event Series HIV Prevention Track

HIV Prevention Track, Session 2

Studio D

Power of Prevention

  • Prioritizing the Whole Health of Black, Transgender Women through Bundled Interventions and Gender-Affirming Care
  • Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges: Combination HIV Prevention for Black Women
  • EHE Today: A reflection of the Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative in the US - Successes and Progress
Event Series HIV Prevention Track

HIV Prevention Track, Session 3

Studio B

Power of Prevention

  • Prioritizing Medication Adherence of Minority MSM Patients for HIV Prevention
  • Syncing Frequent STI Screening and PrEP: “Choose Your Own Adventure” Process Analysis
  • Be PrEPared: A Guide to PrEP Program Development in the Primary Care Setting
Perry Street
previous arrow
next arrow