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2010 CAPS HIV Prevention Conference: Making a Difference
Description: Excerpts recorded Friday, April 23, 2010, at Mission Bay Conference Center, UCSF
Subjects: HIV & AIDS, Public Health
Last updated: 2011-09-21
Category: Other
Access: Public
Podcast Owner: Mary Salome
 Episode Title
Global Response: Adapting Research to Practice 2010-05-03 Presenters: Michael Reyes (PAETC/CAPS/I-TECH), Janet Myers, Sebastian Kevany, & Gertrude Khumalo-Sakutukwa (CAPS), and Sarah Gutin (PAETC). Panelists in this workshop reported on their global experiences developing, adapting and implementing HIV prevention strategies including voluntary counseling and testing, community mobilization, posttest support services, positive prevention and policy development interventions. They discussed how these HIV prevention interventions that are conducted on an international or multi-country basis require site-specific adaptations in order to (1) respond to socio-cultural differences in HIV risk determinants and (2) make interventions more relevant to target populations. Play
Keynote Address 2010-05-03 Caroline Ryan is the Director of Program Services, Office of the US Global AIDS Coordinator. Dr. Ryan is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases, and received her MPH from the University of Washington. Dr. Ryan joined the CDC in 1997, and served as the Associate Director for International Activities in the STD Prevention Division, and later served as Chief of the prevention branch in the Global AIDS Program. Dr. Ryan has designed and implemented HIV and STI prevention programs throughout the world including Mali, Senegal, Morocco, South Africa, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Russia, Kazakhstan, the Dominican Republic and Bolivia. Play
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