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Webinar: An Overview of High Impact HIV Prevention
**Part I of the High Impact HIV Prevention: What Does it Really Mean? Webinar Series**
In response to the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS), released in July 2010, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is currently framing a new approach to HIV prevention in the US. This one-hour webinar will explain the background of this new approach and help define what makes an intervention “high-impact”. Topics will include: an overview of the NHAS priorities for HIV prevention, current knowledge of effective HIV prevention, considerations for increasing the impact of HIV prevention, and proven High Impact HIV Prevention Interventions, including a more in-depth look at “prevention with positives” interventions. The webinar will be accompanied by a written Information Sheet.
By the end of this webinar, participants will:
* Understand the overall approach of High Impact HIV Prevention
* Understand the 5 new categories of High Impact HIV Prevention interventions
* Understand the rationale for emphasizing Prevention with Positives interventions as High-Impact HIV Prevention
* Be able to select possible appropriate High Impact HIV Prevention interventions for your organization
* Be able to select possible appropriate Prevention with Positives interventions for your organization
* Feel confident incorporating the new High Impact HIV Prevention approach into future organizational and program planning
* Feel confident exploring further resources about High Impact HIV Prevention
Shelley N. Facente, MPH has been working in the field of HIV for 17 years, helping others to start, expand, adapt, and improve programs. She believes that everyone brings valuable experience to the table, the challenge is getting everyone on the same page to maximize impact. She also believes that sometimes our most important tool is our ability to truly listen.
Media Type: Document
Overview of High Impact HIV Prevention_Capacity for Health
PDF, 2.44 MB