NEAETC - Events RSS Feed - Events en-GB 60 Tue, 23 May 2017 20:37:05 +0000 The Clinical Consultation Center / PEPline Needs Your Help! Begin: 01/05/2017, 10:00am -

Please help keep our expert PEPline clinicians right where they are needed: answering your calls!

We have recently experienced deep funding cuts that threaten our ability to provide the timely advice clinicians are used to when they need it. Despite the invaluable service we provide and increasing demand for our expert consultations, our federal funding has dramatically declined. We need your help to continue providing clinical decision-support for managing occupational exposures throughout the country and keep our national workforce transmissions at zero – no new occupational HIV transmissions.

We are asking you to donate and/or to forward to your networks who might support our crowdfunding campaign. In order to reach our fundraising goal of $200,000, we need donations from everyone – healthcare workers, clinicians, healthcare facilities, employers and leaders in the field. Can you help us sustain the PEPline?

Donate now through our crowdfunding campaign or directly through our website. The Clinician Consultation Center is a nonprofit organization: all donations and pledges are fully tax deductible.


On behalf of the thousands of exposed healthcare workers and clinicians who benefit from the PEPline, as well as from our committed staff: Thank you for your generosity! Amanda Hart, EFA6E44DFA National Events Thu, 11 May 2017 18:43:17 +0000
Improving Health Outcomes Through Violence Prevention Begin: 24/05/2017, 01:00am -

Futures Without Violence, the HRSA Office of Women’s Health, HRSA Bureau of Primary Health Care, and the Administration for Children and Families will host a webinar for HRSA grantees on Improving Health Outcomes Through Violence Prevention (Registration) on Wednesday, May 24 from 1-2:30 PM EST

The presentation will orient participants to the new virtual intimate partner violence toolkit, which helps community health centers better serve domestic violence survivors. Please distribute this widely; we encourage all HRSA staff and grantees to join this webinar

Click Here to Register: Improving Health Outcomes Through Violence Prevention Ayanna, 683E725C03 National Events Fri, 19 May 2017 19:18:56 +0000
Putting Implementation Science into Practice Begin: 25/05/2017, 09:00am -

The 4th Annual Symposium for the New England HIV Implementation Science Network is coming up on May 25, 2017 in Mystic, Connecticut. It has been another productive year for the Network and we look forward to continuing the work at this upcoming meeting. We are excited to share with you this program preview and registration link (

Researchers, practitioners, and others are welcome to attend. 

The symposium intends to:

  • Stimulate and support research and evaluation collaborations across New England
  • Foster partnerships among agencies, stakeholders, and researchers
  • Focus on implementation science in small urban areas with high prevalence of HIV

Registration link:

Questions? Contact or Christina Crowley, A1422E6A16 Rhode Island Wed, 12 Apr 2017 16:59:22 +0000
The Promise of PrEP for Transgender and Cisgender Women of Color Begin: 31/05/2017, 10:30am -

The Promise of PrEP for Transgender and

Cisgender Women of Color


Wednesday, May 31, 2017


10:30am – 12:00pm


No Fee to Participate. Registration Required.

CME and CEU provided.


Register online at: Amanda Hart, 601CA99D55 Massachusetts Thu, 04 May 2017 17:15:20 +0000
21st Annual HIV Update: Contemporary Issues in Management Begin: 01/06/2017, 09:00am -

Join us from June 1st to June 3rd at Fenway Health for the 21st Annual HIV Update: Contemporary Issues in Management. Co-sponsored by Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, this program will focus on the latest updates and advances in the diagnosis and management of the HIV-infected patient. All health care professionals are invited to join.

Topics will include:

  • Opportunistic infections
  • HIV vaccines
  • Perinatal transmission
  • PrEP/PEP
  • HIV/HCV coinfection
  • Integrating addiction treatment into HIV care
  • HPV-related complications
  • Adherence to lifelong antiretroviral regimens
  • New therapeutic regimens

To register and learn more information, visit Clare Fuller, 78A8EFCBAA Massachusetts Fri, 03 Mar 2017 17:43:03 +0000
HIV, Health Literacy and Communities of Color Begin: 16/06/2017, 09:00am -

This professional development training will examine health literacy and HIV within communities of color. Limited health literacy has been associated with poor medication adherence, missed doctor’s appointments, lack of follow through on tests or referrals, and being less knowledgeable about HIV and related diseases. This can lead to low utilization of HIV services or accessing preventive care, and overall poor health outcomes. In this training, we will discuss the relationship between health literacy and health equity, and the cultural, social, and environmental factors that impact health literacy. Participants will learn skills to improve patient-provider communication by applying health literate approaches and techniques to help clients obtain, process, and understand HIV information and services. In addition, we will discuss strategies for developing health literate organizations through culturally appropriate systems changes.  This training is open to a broad range of students, researchers and health professionals including clinicians, mental health counselors, case managers, community health outreach educators, health literacy practitioners and others.


The training is a collaboration between Tufts Health Literacy Leadership Institute, Multicultural AIDS Coalition (MAC) and John Snow, Inc. (JSI).


 Learning Objectives

  1. Describe the relationship between HIV, health literacy and equity for communities of color
  2. Identify strategies for improving patient-provider communication and HIV services
  3. Engage in dialogue to promote health equity and health literate organizations
REGISTER AT: Ayanna, D0E2DBB0BA Massachusetts Mon, 22 May 2017 16:41:47 +0000
IAS Update 2017 Begin: 17/08/2017, 06:00am -

Updates from the 9th IAS Conference on HIV Science 2017 Ayanna, ECB7937DB5 Massachusetts Tue, 09 May 2017 17:12:41 +0000
The 13th Annual National Conference on HIV/AIDS & Aging Begin: 29/09/2017, 08:00am -

The New England Association on HIV Over 50 (NEAHOF) and the New England AIDS Training and Education Center (NEAETC) invites you to our annual HIV Primary Care Conference, to be held at the Holiday Inn Brookline, in Brookline, MA.  Experienced medical providers will discuss important emerging areas of HIV medicine as they relate to today’s primary care practices.


Topics will include:

• HIV and Hepatitis

• Oral Manifestations of HIV Disease

• STD Update

• The Mental Health Challenges of Living Long-Term with HIV

• HIV & Cardiovascular Disease

• Addiction and the Older HIV Client

• STD Update

• Longitudinal Care of the HIV Long-Term Survivor

• National Care Continuum Amanda Hart, 6216F8A75F National Events Mon, 24 Apr 2017 20:37:33 +0000