Wednesday, May 25th 2022
presented by Alabama AIDS Education Training Center (Alabama AETC)
& Medical Advocacy and Outreach
FREE, VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
Wednesday, May 25, 2022
& Thursday, May 26, 2022
9:30 AM – 3:30 PM CST EACH DAY
ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED!
EACH DAY REQUIRES A SEPARATE REGISTRATION!
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT THAT CONSIDERS YOUR ACTIVE SCHEDULE!
ATTEND ALL OR PARTS OF THE BREAKING BARRIERS SYMPOSIUM 2022!
Contact hours will not be officially offered for this training experience. Participants may pursue contact hour credit directly with their licensing Board. Documentation of attendance and participation will be issued following the submission of a post-event web-based evaluation survey.
Perspectives in Substance Abuse Prevention
Alabama Opioid Response Strategy
– Mariyam Javed, Pharm-D, MPH
Perspectives on Psychopharmacology
– Dr. Alftan Dyson, Pharm-D, BCACP, AAHIVP
Co-Occurring Disorders: A Community Perspective on Preventing Misuse and Abuse
– Yvette Hester, M.Ed.
Take Back, Educate and Inundate in Ryan White Care Settings
– Elana Parker Merriweather, Ed.S., LPC, AADC
Perspectives in Ending the HIV Epidemic
Ending the Epidemic: A Rural Health Perspective
– Pamela Payne-Foster, MD, MPH
Dangers of Conscience: Ethics in the Care of LGBTQ Clients
– Paul Hard, PhD
Care of Gender Nonconforming Patients
– Cordelia Stearns, MD, AAHIVS
Ending the HIV Epidemic among Youth and Young Adults: A Focus on Status Neutral Approaches
– Samantha Hill, MD, MPH
Should you have questions about this training and its content, email JvanMegen@maoi.org.
The Southeast AIDS Education and Training Center (SE AETC) is one of eight regional AETCs across the country. Encompassing Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee, the SE AETC offers comprehensive, collaborative educational opportunities designed to increase the size and strength of the HIV clinical workforce, improve outcomes along the HIV Care Continuum, and reduce the number of new HIV infections.