2002 Conference Powerpoints

Presentations from the 2002 CAPS Conference:
Addressing HIV Prevention in Context

The following workshops were presented at the 2002 CAPS Conference. Those with links provide the slides used in the presentation. NOTE: These slides can only be viewed using Internet Explorer.

Model Programs

The UFO Study: Helping Young Injectors Stay Safe
Ellen Stein MPH, CAPS

Cynthia Gomez and Karin Coyle Where Do You Draw the Line? Prevention for Middle School Youth
Karin Coyle PhD, ETR Associates

Rachel Matillano, Ifeoma Udoh, Tammy Vitrano, William Bland, Victor MartinezPrimary Prevention for HIV+ Persons of Color
Tammy Vitrano, Victor Martinez, William Bland MBA MPH, Ifeoma Udoh, Rachel Matillano

New Directions in HIV Prevention

Peggy Dolcini Adolescent Sexual Health: the Influence of Friendship Networks In an African American Neighborhood
M. Margaret Dolcini PhD, CAPS

Oliver Bacon Su su Liao New Research from Postdoctoral Fellows and International Scholars
Oliver Bacon MD MPHHector Carillo PhD, Monica Gandhi MD MPH, Su-su Liao MD,Janice Louie MD MPH

Carmen Gómez-Mandic Intergenerational HIV Prevention Initiative for Latina Women
Cynthia A. Gómez, PhD, Carmen Gómez-Mandic MPH, CAPS

Skills Building

Ellen Goldstein Tooru Nemoto, JoAnne Keatley Crossing Boundaries in CBO/Researcher Collaborations
Ellen Goldstein MA, Tooru Nemoto PhD, JoAnne Keatley MSW, CAPS

Beth Freedman and workshop attendee HIV Prevention Theory from the Inside Out: the Implicit Theories Project
Beth Freedman MPH, CAPS

Jeffrey Bernstein Before You Are Buried in It: How to Collect and Use Data
Jeffrey Bernstein MS, CAPS


Kandy Ferree Partnering with Private Business…It’s More than Asking for a Check!
Kandy Ferree, National AIDS Fund

John M ortimer Tailoring Grantmaking to CBOs: The P3C Initiative
John Mortimer PhD, AIDS Partnership California

Steve Lew Prado Gomez Capacity Building in Organizations
Steve Lew, Anushka Fernandopulle MBA, CompassPoint; Prado Gomez, Proyecto Contra SIDA Por Vida; Ellen Goldstein MA, CAPS

Risk in Context

Maria Ekstrand and Grant Colfax Unsafe Sex in the Context of Alcohol and Drug Use
Grant Colfax MD, San Francisco Department of Public Health Maria Ekstrand PhD, CAPS

Kelly Knight Positive Prevention in the Drug/Sex Economy: Hearing From HIV+ Users About What They Need and What Works for Them
Kelly Knight MEd, CAPS

LeRoy Blea Building Structural Prevention Programs in Sex Environments
Diane Binson PhD, William J. Woods PhD, CAPS; LeRoy Blea, Berkeley Health Department; Jeff Kant, Steamworks

HIV Prevention for Positives

David Bangsberg Mallory Johnson Adherence to Anti-HIV Medications
David R. Bangsberg, MD, MPH Mallory O. Johnson, PhD, Malka Weitman MFT, CAPS

Christopher Mitchell Is That My Job Too? Challenges and Opportunities for Integrating HIV Prevention into Care
Mark Ishaug, MA, AIDS Foundation of Chicago Christopher Mitchell, DSW, Midwest AETC

Tom Coates The Role of Policy in HIV Prevention
Tom Coates, PhD, CAPS

Last modified: January 25, 2011