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Author Topic: Webinar to Discuss Recent HIV Research Advances and US Women  (Read 1703 times)

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Offline phildinftlaudy

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Webinar to Discuss Recent HIV Research Advances and US Women
« on: October 19, 2011, 07:23:17 PM »
See below (Also, if Ann or one of the other ladies would like to post this in the Positive Women topic area - that would be cool)


The Women’s HIV Research Collaborative (WHRC)
Announces a HANC and HPTN Co-Sponsored* Webinar
to Discuss Recent HIV Research Advances and US Women

 

 
Monday, October 24, 2011
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM PST    ☼    2:00 – 3:30 PM EST
 
Who Is Invited?
Researchers, Advocates, Community Members and Anyone
Concerned About the Future of HIV Research with US Women
 
Agenda
☼   Update on HPTN 052: Review of Recent Results
Theresa Gamble, PhD – HPTN 052 Study Team, HPTN Ops Center,
and Scientist at FHI 360
 
☼   Partners PrEP Trial: Review of Recent Results
Jared Baeten, MD PhD – Study co-leader and epidemiologist at the University of Washington
 
☼   Do these studies suggest possible changes in the future of
HIV prevention studies and interventions with US women?
Dazon Dixon Diallo, MPH – WHRC Member and Founder/President SisterLove, Inc
SisterLove, Inc. is a founding organization of the 30 for so Campaign. The 30 for 30 Campaign was created to effectively secure the proportional distribution of HIV and AIDS resources for women and an appropriate response to women’s needs with regard to HIV prevention and comprehensive health care, including HIV and AIDS care. The 30 for 30 Campaign is made up of diverse and well-respected advocates and regional and national organizations in the field of HIV and women in every region
of the United States.
 
Webinar Directions
To view the webinar click ‘Join the meeting’.
( https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/1100000838/join?id=C3SKSN&role=attend&pw=MT3PMr%5C%7Cj )
Note – You may log on to the WHRC webinar as early as 10:45 AM PST / 1:45PM EST
 
Troubleshooting Unable to join the meeting?  Follow these steps:
1. Copy this address and paste into your web browser: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/1100000838/join
2. Copy and paste the required information: Meeting ID: C3SKSN   Entry Code: MT3PMr\|j   Location: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/1100000838
 
To hear the audio portion of the webinar you must dial 1 (800) 260-0712 Code #221509
Additional questions? Email gking@fhi360.org
 
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Offline Ann

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Re: Webinar to Discuss Recent HIV Research Advances and US Women
« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2011, 08:44:15 AM »
See below (Also, if Ann or one of the other ladies would like to post this in the Positive Women topic area - that would be cool)
 

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