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Cultural Competence: The Impact of Stigma on Patients with HIV/AIDS

Josepha Campinha-Bacote, PhD, MAR, PMHCNS-BC, CTN-A, FAAN

President, Transcultural C.A.R.E. Associates

1.0 Prescribed Credit

 

Cultural Competence: Strengthening the Clinician’s Role in Delivering Quality HIV Care within Asian and Pacific Islander (API) Communities (Burmese)

Ho L. Tran, MD, MPH, President and CEO, National Council of Asian Pacific Islander Physicians

Jacqueline Rose, MP, Coordinator of Interpreting and Translating Services, Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program

1.0 Prescribed Credit

 

Cultural Competence: Strengthening the Clinician’s Role in Delivering Quality HIV Care among People with Disabilities

Paul Nathenson, RN, ND, Vice President Community Services and Integrative Health

Mark Misrok, MS Ed, CRC, President, Board of Directors, National Working Positive Coalition

1.0 Prescribed Credit

 

Cultural Competence: Strengthening the Clinician’s Role in Delivering Quality HIV Care within Veteran Communities

Katherine Holman, MD

Veterans Administration Medical Center Fellow

University of Alabama at Birmingham

1.0 Prescribed Credit

 

Cultural Competence: Strengthening the Clinician’s Role in Delivering Quality HIV Care within Homeless Communities

Corey Beauford, LICSW

President

Inspired Consulting

1.0 Prescribed Credit

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Patient-Provider Communication and the Impact on Medical Outcomes on Patients with HIV

E. Blaine Parrish, PhD

School of Public Health and Health Services

The George Washington University

1.0 Prescribed Credit

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Cultural Competence: Strengthening the Clinicians Role in Delivering Quality HIV Care within Native American Transgender Communities

Elton Naswood (Navajo) – Red Circle Project, AIDS Project Los Angeles

1.0 Prescribed Credit

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Cultural Competence: Strengthening the Clinicians Role in Delivering Quality HIV Care within Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Transgender Communities

Sapna Mysoor, MPH- Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center

Cathy Kapua- Life Foundation

1.0 Prescribed Credit

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Cultural Competence: Strengthening the Clinicians Role in Delivering Quality HIV Care within Hispanic Adolescent Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) Communities

Lisa Hightow-Weidman, MD, MPH

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Cultural Competence: Strengthening the Clinicians Role in Delivering Quality HIV Care within African American Adolescent Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) Communities

Lisa Hightow-Weidman, MD, MPH

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HIV and Substance Abuse

John W. Hogan, MD

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Triple Whammy for African Americans:

HIV and Substance Abuse

William B. Lawson, MD, PhD

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Implementing the CLAS Standards to Reduce HIV Disparity

Part 1 of 2

Dr. Tawara Goode, MA and Wendy Jones, Director

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Implementing the CLAS Standards to Reduce HIV Disparity

Part 2 of 2

Dr. Tawara Goode, MA and Wendy Jones, Director

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Issues of Ethnopharmacology in HIV Management

Keith Craword, RPh, PhD

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Promoting HIV Testing Among Diverse Populations

Jean Davis, MD

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Cultural Competence: Strengthening the Clinician’s Role in Delivering Quality HIV Care

Rani Hajela Srivastava, RN, MScN, PhD

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The Role of Infrastructure Management in Reducing HIV Disparities in Clinical Settings
August 3rd, 2010 SYMPOSIUM SESSIONS:
Welcome Remarks
Goulda Downer, PhD, RD
Prinicipal Investigator and Assistant Professor
National Minority AIDS Education and Training Center (NMAETC)
Howard Universiry College of Medicine

Introduction of Charge of the Day Speaker
Pierre Vigilance, MD
Director, District of Columbia Department of Health
Washington, DC

Charge of the Day (Why Infrastructure Management is Essential in Reducing Health Disparities)
The Honorable Donna M. Christensen, MD, Congresswoman,
US Virgin Islands

Clinic Environment in Health Care Disparity
Anita Varkey, MD
Medical Director, General Medicine LOC
Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency, Loyola
University Medical Center

Moderator: Deidra Roach, MD
Medical Project Officer
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
Bethesda, MD

Panel Discussion: Title VI: The Role of Culturally Competent Communication in Reducing Ethnic and Racial Health Care Disparity
Leighton Ku, PhD, MPH
Professor of Health Policy Research, School of Public Health & Health Services

Marsha Regenstein, PhD,Research Professor, Department of Health Policy
George Washington University

Moderator: Deidra Roach, MD, Medical Project Officer
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
Bethesda, MD


Decades into HIV: What’s on the Horizon?
Robert C. Gallo, MD
Director, Institute of Human Virology and Division of
Basic Science, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore,
Maryland

Moderator: Anton C. Bizzell, MD, Vice President of Health and Clinical Services
DB Consulting Group, Silver Spring

Workshop I: Data Driven Clinical Quality Improvement Tools for Health Care Implications and Applications
John Milberg, MPH
Health Scientist
HRSA-HIV/AIDS Bureau, Rockville, MD

Moderator: David Luckett
Deputy Director
National Minority AIDS Education and Training Center (NMAETC)

Washington, DC

Workshop II: Building Financial Capacity
Gail Kelly
Clinic Director
West Side Community Health Services Center,
St. Paul, MN

Gervean Williams
Director of Finance & Operations Management,
National Association of Community Health Centers, Bethesda, MD

Moderator:
Pamela Jumper-Thurman, PhD
Senior Research Scientist, Ethnic Studies
Advancing HIV/AIDS Prevention in Native Communities and
the Director of the National Center for Community Readiness

Co-PI National Minority AIDS Education and Training Center at Colorado State University

Workshop III: Electronic Medical Record: Using Technology to reduce Health Disparity by Identifying Gaps and Improving Quality of Care
Warria A. Esmond, MD
Medical Director, Settlement Health
New York, NY

Moderator:
Jonathan N. Tobin, PhD
President/CEO
Clinical Directors Network, Inc.
New York, NY

Workshop IV: Management of Occupational and Nonoccupational HIV Exposure
Martin Markowitz MD
Clinical Director
Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center, Rockefeller University
New York, NY

Moderator:
I. Jean Davis, PhD, DC, PA, MS
Associate Professor, General Internal Medicine
Co-PI National Minority AIDS Education and Training Center at Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science

Conclusion: The NMAETC’s Effective Model for Reducing Health Disparities: Infrastructure Management, Clinical Delivery and Cultural Competence
CAPT. Deborah Willis-Fillinger, MD
CAPT. U.S. PHS, Acting Director, HRSA
Office of health Equity
Rockville, MD

Moderator:
Sheila McKinney, MA
Senior Program Manager
Measurement and Evaluation
National Minority AIDS Education and Training Center (NMAETC)
Howard University College of Medicine
Washington, DC

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