HIV: Now + Next
September 21–25, 2020
The science of HIV is constantly evolving. CaraConference 2020—HIV: Now + Next
, took a close look at the ever-changing reality of HIV today and the innovative practices and interventions that will shape the future of the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases.
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Building an Effective Ending the HIV Epidemic Plan
Nationally a major effort is being undertaken to get to zero new HIV infections in the United States. As part of this effort, jurisdictions need to develop a community based approach and strategy. This webinar will discuss aspects of planning and community engagement employed in Chicago to develop their comprehensive community driven Ending the HIV Epidemic plan.
HIV Continuum of Care Best Practices
Many cities around the Untied States have an AIDS Service Organization (ASO), but this webinar will discuss the unique multidisciplinary and integrated approach of Caracole’s care, housing, and prevention teams. Discussing how this approach leads to better community and client engagement, health outcomes, and challenges faced.
Practical Guide to Managing PrEP in Primary Care
PrEP is one of our biggest opportunities to end the HIV epidemic and this webinar seeks to take the mystery out of PrEP care for providers. Learn best practices for prescribing PrEP and providing on-going PrEP care.
The Changing Landscape of Harm Reduction Outreach
Often people who use drugs are thought to be in urban areas, but this webinar quickly dispels that myth. Learn about best practices related to harm reduction and outreach in rural areas and how best to engage those communities.
Correctional HIV Prevention and Innovative Programming
Due to several factors including the criminalization of HIV innovative approaches are needed to address the needs of people living with HIV in incarcerated settings. Learn about one innovative intervention being used and developed in Indiana with great success stories.
Racism as a Public Health Crisis
Caracole is committed to racial justice and equity and the Black Lives Matter movement. To that end, we convened a diverse panel of experts including Hamilton County Commissioner Victoria Parks and individuals representing social services, health care, and the arts to frankly discuss their experiences and why racism is a public health crisis. Learn about the urgent need for action and change and what efforts are already underway locally. This revealing discussion will leave you energized and ready to affect change and possibly get into “good trouble.”