Registration is now open for CHIPTS HIV Next Generation Conference on Friday, January 22, 2021.

The conference theme is “Living with Pandemics: Challenges and Opportunities for HIV Prevention and Treatment”.

We are hosting a free one-day virtual conference to support the next generation of HIV researchers and service providers who are working towards an end to HIV/AIDS through networking and sharing visions for future priorities. The conference will feature oral and poster presentations by faculty, student and emerging researchers from various institutions. The event is open to anyone working on HIV prevention and treatment, including those from CBOs/ASOs, HIV clinics, public health departments, and academic institutions.

We welcome participation from all Southern California stakeholders and partners working to advance HIV prevention and treatment programs, policies, education, and research. The intended audience:

  • CBO, ASO, Clinic and Public Health Staff
  • Community, Patient and Client Advocates
  • Students and Trainees
  • Early-Stage to Established Investigators

The theme of this year’s conference is “Living with Pandemics: Challenges and Opportunities for HIV Prevention and Treatment”

We encourage abstracts on this theme and any of the sub-themes below to create a shared vision of priorities and partnerships to make transformational impacts on HIV prevention and treatment that are based upon CHIPTS’ four-level (behavioral, biomedical, technological, structural) framework for HIV prevention and care:

  • Health Disparities and Inequities
  • Homelessness, Housing and Economic Insecurity
  • COVID-19
  • Mental Health Disorders and Substance Abuse
  • Stigma and Discrimination
  • Co-Morbidities and Co-Infections
  • Biomedical Prevention (PrEP/PEP)
  • Continuums of Care and Prevention
  • Implementation Science
  • Model Partnerships and Integrated Services

5 Ways to Participate:

  1. Attend: Participate in the conference to learn, share, and network.
  2. Present: Share program and research experiences and findings in oral or poster
  3. Mentor: Senior researchers and staff provide feedback on abstract drafts prior to final
  4. Review: Conduct peer review of abstracts for oral and poster
  5. Learn: Earn 5.5 hours of Continuing Education Credits for Nurses, LCSWs, LMFTs, LPCCs, LEP & *Pharmacists (* Pharmacists need to confirm CE information with their boards)

Register for the conference: ALL ATTENDEES, please register for this conference here

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Important CEU Information

CEU credits for this webinar will be offered by the Pacific AIDS Education Training Center (PAETC). If you are interested in receiving these credits, there is a secondary registration process. First register for the conference using the link above. Then the PAETC will follow up with the CEU registration link.

This free continuing education training is available to nurses and mental health providers. This activity has been planned and implemented by CHIPTS and the Los Angeles Region Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center (LA PAETC) and followed the accreditation requirements and policies of the California Board of Registered Nursing and California Board of Behavioral Science.

Continuing LCSW and MFT Education Credit. Courses meet the qualification for 4.5 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Provider #PCE 128020.

Continuing Nursing Education Credit. Course is approved for up to 4.5 contact hours by the California Board of Registered Nursing. Provider #15484. *Pharmacists registered in CA may use BRN CEs as per their governing board.

Questions?

For questions or comments, please contact Damilola Jolayemi at ojolayemi@mednet.ucla.edu