OPA HIV Prevention Project

OPA/OFP HIV Prevention Project Annual Technical Support Conference

March 31 - april 2, 2008
Minneapolis, MN

Speaker Presentations

Speaker(s)

Affiliation

Title of Presentation

Susan B. Moskosky, MS, RNC

DHHS Office of Population Affairs, Office of Family Planning, Rockville, MD

Role of Family Planning in HIV Prevention

Gina Brown, MD

(formerly) NYC DOHMH Bureau of Maternal, Infant and Reproductive Health, New York, NY

HIV 101: What Every Family Planning Program Needs to Know

Bernard Branson, MD

CDC Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, Atlanta, GA

HIV Screening in Health Care Settings: New Approaches and New Paradigms

Jule Hallerdin, MN, MPH, CNM

DHHS Office of Population Affairs, Office of Family Planning, Rockville, MD

Review of Project Requirements

Tammy Lee, MPH

Cicatelli Associates Inc., New York, NY

Practical Issues in Data Collection and Reporting

Darlene Menn, WHCNP and Cynthia Bunton-Gonzales

South Texas Family Planning & Health Corporation, Corpus Christi, TX

Panel Presentation: Project Start-Up Issues and Considerations
General Start-Up Issues

Jenny Sheehan

Health Care of Southeastern Massachusetts, Brockton, MA

Project Start-Up Issues and Considerations: Evaluation & Staff Training

Stephanie Friesner

South Carolina Department of Health, North Charleston, SC

Project Start-Up Issues and Considerations: Cultural Competency

Bernard Branson, MD

CDC Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, Atlanta, GA

Progress in Implementing 2006 CDC Recommendations

Kelly Morrison Opdyke, MPH

Cicatelli Associates Inc., New York, NY

Data Trends & Highlights: FPAR & HIV Prevention Projects

Christopher Bates, MBA

DHHS Office of Public Health and Science, Office of HIV/AIDS Policy, Washington, DC

Overview of Federal HIV Agency Resources

Wendy Harrington-Lyon

CDC Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, Prevention Program Branch, Atlanta, GA

Overview of Federal HIV Agency Resources

Mary Bowers, MSW

DHHS Office on Women’s Health, Washington, DC

Overview of Federal HIV Agency Resources

Sonsiere Cobb-Souza

DHHS Office of Minority Health, Washington, DC

Overview of Federal HIV Agency Resources

Beverly Watts Davis

DHHS Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
(SAMHSA), Rockville, MD

Overview of Federal HIV Agency Resources

Andrea Norberg, MS, RN

AIDS Education and Training National Resource Center, Newark, NJ

Overview of Federal HIV Agency Resources

Robert Johnson, MD, FAAP

UMDNJ - New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ

Adolescents and HIV

Miguel Gomez

DHHS Office of Public Health and Science, Office of HIV/AIDS Policy, Washington, DC

Using New Media

Amanda Stukenberg
and Tammy Lee, MPH

Planned Parenthood of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX;
Cicatelli Associates Inc., New York, NY

Workshop: Data Management (Excel)
Exercise: HIV Data: Is It Worth the Effort?
Data Management Issues

Gina Brown, MD

(formerly) NYC DOHMH Bureau of Maternal, Infant and Reproductive Health, New York, NY

Workshop: Providing FP Services to HIV+ Women

James Sacco, MSW

Consultant, JL Sacco and Associates

Workshop: From Post-Test Counseling to Information and Referral

Patti Abshier, MSW, and Shelly Miller, MS

Development Systems, Inc., Kansas City, MO;
Family Planning Council, Inc., Philadelphia, PA

Workshop: Integrating HIV Services & Effective Clinic Flow

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Kristin Bradley-Bull, MPH, and Kelly Morrison Opdyke, MPH

New Perspectives Consulting Group, Inc., Durham, NC;
Cicatelli Associates Inc., New York, NY

Workshop: Outcome Evaluation: A Powerful Tool for Strengthening Your Program

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