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OPA/OFP HIV Prevention Project Annual Technical Support Conference

April 27-29, 2010 Tampa Bay, FL

Speaker(s) Affiliation Title of Presentation

DAY ONE: Tuesday, April 27, 2010 OPENING PLENARY SESSION

Susan B. Moskosky, MS, RNC Acting Director, Office of Population Affairs Director, Office of Family Planning, DHHS Welcome, Conference Overview and HIV Prevention Project Summary
Rachel Benson Gold Director of Policy Analysis
Guttmacher Institute
Health Care Reform: Role of Family Planning
Tammy Lee, MPH Data Manager, OPA HIV Prevention Project Cicatelli Associates, Inc. HIV Prevention Project Data Presentation

DAY ONE: Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Panel: Successes and Challenges over the Past 8 Years
How We've Evolved and What We've Learned

Cynthia Mobley, MD, MPH, FAAP

Tonya Johnson

Medical Director, Adolescent and Reproductive Health

Director, Heath Education and Outreach

Baltimore City Health Department:

HIV Service Integration into Title X Clinic Services

Cherylene A. Prickett, RN, BSN, MN

South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SC DHEC)

Orangeburg County Health Department:  Project Protect
Stephan Salazar Assistant Director of Adolescent Services

Valley Community Clinic

Luis Freddy Molano, MD

Elizabeth Howell
AVP HIV Programs and Services
AVP Development and Communications
 
Community Health Network: Integrating HIV Testing into Family Planning- Lessons from Community Healthcare Network

DAY TWO: Wednesday, April 28, 2010
MORNING PLENARY

Ebony Johnson 

CEO, A Drop of Prevention, LLC

Building Bridges: Creating Positive Provider Patient Partnerships
Regan Hofmann

Editor-in-Chief

Poz Magazine
Advocating for Your Health Care
Brian M. Green, MS, PhD (c)

Executive Director

Safe Guards LGBTQ Resource Center
Working with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, & Questioning (LGBTQ) Community

DAY TWO: Wednesday, April 28, 2010
WORKSHOPS Round 1

Evelyn Glass, MSPH  Cassandra Malone, MPH

Karen McCraw
Region VI RPC
Center Director, CAI Atlanta
Chief Program Officer, Family First Health, PA
1) Strengthening Program Sustainability
Brian M. Green, MS, PhD (c)

Executive Director

Safe Guards

LGBTQ Resource Center
2) LGBTQ and HIV Services: Integration into FP Programs
Melanie Steilen, RN, BSN, ACRN

Director of Nursing Education

Cicatelli Associates Inc.

3) Delivering Positive Test Results and Linking to Care
Carolyn Spencer Michelle Johnson Shannon Weber, MSW

Training and Quality Systems Coordinator, Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region

HIV Project Coordinator, Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region

UCSF/National HIV/AIDS Clinicians' Consultation Center

4) Building Relationships and MOUs with Referral Agencies

Gricel Arredondo, MA

Director, Center for Evidence Based Interventions Cicatelli Associates Inc. 5) Understanding Evidence-Based Interventions

Jeri Maki

Patti Abshier

Susan Lane

Title X Program Manager, Wyoming Health Council Development Systems Inc.

Director, Planning and Grants, PP of Southern New England
6) Health 2.0: Panel Presentations
WORKSHOPS: Round #2

Evelyn Glass, MSPH, Cassandra Malone, MPH

Karen McCraw

Region VI RPC 

Center Director, Cicatelli Associates, Inc., Atlanta  Chief Program Officer, Family First Health, PA

1) Strengthening Program Sustainability

Brian M. Green, MS, PhD (c)

Executive Director

Safe Guards

LGBTQ Resource Center

2) LGBTQ and HIV services: Integration into FP Programs

Melanie Steilen, RN, BSN, ACRN

Director of Nursing Education

Cicatelli Associates Inc.

3) Prevention with Positives
Carolyn Spencer Michelle Johnson Shannon Weber, MSW

Training and Quality Systems Coordinator, Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region

HIV Project Coordinator, Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region

UCSF/National HIV/AIDS Clinicians' Consultation Center

4) Building Relationships and MOUs with Referral Agencies
Gricel Arredondo, MA Director, Center for Evidence Based Interventions  Cicatelli Associates Inc. 5) Understanding Evidence-Based Interventions

Jeri Maki

Patti Abshier

Susan Lane

Title X Program Manager, Wyoming Health Council Development Systems Inc.

Director, Planning and Grants, PP of Southern New England
6) Health 2.0: Panel Presentations
DAY THREE: Thursday, April 29, 2010 CLOSING PLENARY
Gricel Arredondo, MA Director, Center for Evidence Based Interventions Cicatelli Associates Inc.

Evidence-based Interventions for HIV Prevention: Using Peers and Social Networks

Deb Gauldin, RN, PMS   NurSING Productions    
http://www.debgauldin.com

 
Self Care and Staying Positive
Charon Flowers Maple, MPH Office of Family Planning/OPA, DHHS Closing Remarks