Course Overview

The goal of Ending the HIV Epidemic was derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic, but it’s time to get back on track. Primary care, convenient care, and urgent care are often the first line of defense for HIV prevention. In this live webinar, you’ll engage with clinical experts and patient faculty to identify the barriers to PrEP uptake and how to overcome them. This webinar will also feature a small group breakout session to give you individualized training and guidance.

DATE & TIME: June 14, 2022 at 6:30 PM Eastern Time
CREDIT AVAILABLE: 1.25 hours of AMA, ANCC, AAPA

Closed


Topics:

  • Identifying and overcoming barriers that lead to disparities in HIV prevention and treatment
  • Ways PrEP can benefit cisgender and transgender women
  • Addressing the underserved youth and young adults
  • Understanding the mental health needs of the LGBTQ+ community
Quintin Robinson
Quintin Robinson, MD

HIV Division Director
AbsoluteCARE Medical Center and Pharmacy
Atlanta, GA
(he/him/his)


Agustina Boehringer
Agustina Boehringer, DMSc, PA-C

Chief Medical Officer
Heart to Heart International
Lenexa, KS
(she/her/hers)


Melinda Pipik
Melinda Pipik, MS, FNP-BC

Family Nurse Practitioner
TCA Health
Chicago, IL
(she/her/hers)


Deja Cabrera
Deja Cabrera

Community Health Educator and Advocate
San Diego LGBT Community Center
(she/her/hers)


(Coach) Blossom C. Brown
(Coach) Blossom C. Brown

Prep Retention Navigator
Los Angeles, CA
(she/her/hers)


Pattris Govia
Pattris Govia

Baltimore, MD
(she/her/hers)


Matt Bernstein
Matt Bernstein

Content Creator
(he/they)