Agenda Day Two


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Saturday, May 19th 2018




8:00 am - 9:30 am

Morning Plenary – HCV in the Latino Community: Epidemiology, Natural History, Risk Facts, Screening and Diagnosis.

Dr. Wari Allison and Dr. Imtiaz Alam, Raudel Bobadilla, and Jeffrey Crowley.

9:45 am - 11:15 am

Breakout Sessions



Medical Track – Navigating Through the AETC HIV/HCV Curriculum

John Nelson.


Advocacy Track – Looking at HIV/AIDS Risk Beyond Condoms: Unpacking the Long Term Effects of Sexual Abuse.

Jorge Vidal.


Social Services Track – Clinica De Migrantes: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.

Alexandra Wolkoff.


Prevention Track – Where We Least Expect It: Reaching Latino Communities.

Jesse Chavez, Martha Guerrero and Erika Martinez.


Administration Track – Establishing A Quality Culture.

Michael Hager.

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Lunch Plenary – The Telenovela Continues, Sin Verguenza Season 3.

Hilda Sandoval.

12:30 pm – 1:15 pm

Product Theater: Biktarvy

Dr. Cynthia Brinson

1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Breakout Sessions



Medical Track – Management of Hepatitis C Among People Who Use Drugs. - Cancelled

Dr. Anthony Martinez.


Advocacy Track – Transgender, Latinx, and Living with HIV: A Discussion with Trans Latinx Organizational Leaders.

Shannon Wysse and Kimberley Vasquez Arciliares and Cristina Herrera.


Social Services Track – Curanderismo: The Art of Traditional Mexican Folk Healing.

Dr. Eliseo Torres.



Prevention Track – Preventing Infectious Disease Transmissions Among People who Inject Drugs: Observations and Lessons from Scott County, Indiana.

Jeffrey S. Crowley.




Administration Track – Closing the gap: HIV/HCV Screening, Diagnosing and Linking to Care.

Ryan Anson.

3:15 pm - 4:45 pm

Breakout Sessions



Medical Track – From Prescription to Patient: Navigating HCV Treatment Initiation.

Autumn Zuckerman


Advocacy Track – Greater Than AIDS: A Latinx Youth Panel.

Jorge Delos Santos, Alberto Jacinto, Jose Ramon Garcia-Madrid and Ayden Castellanos.


Social Services Track – Empowering Women to Take Charge of Their Health.

Maria Limon.


Prevention Track - Peer Education Project: Prison Health is Public Health.

Tracy Jungwirth-Tessman and Saul Hernandez.


Administration Track – Grant Writing from the Reviewers Perspective.

Jamie Shield.