BLACK WOMEN'S HEALTH INSTITUTE

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Real Talk: Black Women's Health Institute

Institute Summary:

Black women continue to be disproportionately affected by HIV and they experience poorer health outcomes and face barriers to accessing care if diagnosed with HIV. This session will discuss the impact of HIV on Black women and highlight the provision of biomedical strategies. The session will also include “real talk” and a discussion of innovative programs that can facilitate the end of HIV among Black women. 

Learning Objectives:

      • Address challenges posed to the prevention of HIV among Black women
      • Evaluate the need for PrEP uptake for Black women
      • Discuss the best practices of HIV prevention programs designed for Black women 

Speakers:

      • Gabriella Spencer, NMAC
      • Henrietta Croswell, Primary Care Development Corporation
      • Brandon Harrison, Primary Care Development Corporation
      • Marissa Miller, Transsolutions Consulting
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