September 20, 2018

Meeting Host:
CFAR Community Liaison Council

People First:
Why Language, Privacy, and Community Engagement Matter in HIV Research

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Stephen Molldrem Contextualizing Uses of HIV Data in Georgia:
New Critical Perspectives for the HIV Community

Stephen Molldrem, MA

Doctoral Candidate
The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Department of American Culture Program in Science, Technology, and Society
Rackham Predoctoral Fellow

Vickie Lynn HIV Communication:
Reducing Stigma through Language

Vickie Lynn, MSW, MPH

Doctoral Candidate, College of Public Health
Instructor, School of Social Work
College of Behavioral and Community Sciences
University of South Florida



Ameeta Kalokhe, MD and Jessica Sales, PhD
Barriers and Facilitators to Implementation of Trauma-informed Care Services at a Large, Urban HIV Treatment Center in the Southern United States

David Serota, MD
Beyond the Biomedical: PrEP Failures in a Cohort of Young Black Men who have Sex with Men in Atlanta, GA

Sheriff Shittu
Evaluating the Impact of the Affordable Care Act on HIV Trends in the US


6:45 — Pizza, Networking, and Posters of Current Studies
7:15 — Interesting Talks
8:30 — Adjourn

Meeting Location:
MLK Jr. Recreation and Aquatic Center
110 Hilliard St SE, Atlanta, GA 30312