2004 CAPS Conference: Broadening the HIV Prevention Landscape

CAPS 4th Annual HIV Prevention Conference April 16, 2004
B R O A D E N I N G
the HIV Prevention Landscape

Cynthia Gomez

The Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS), in partnership with the National AIDS Fund (NAF) and the California STD/HIV Prevention Training Center (CA PTC), hosted the Fourth Annual CAPS Conference: Broadening the HIV Prevention Landscape. Our theme recognized that HIV prevention must be inclusive of both care and treatment. Traditional public funding must partner with private resources. HIV prevention scientists must collaborate with practitioners and policy makers. We must look beyond the traditional activities of HIV prevention if our work is to have the necessary impact to prevent new HIV infections.

Keynote Presentations

Terje Anderson, MSW, is the Executive Director of the National Association of People with AIDS (NAPWA). Previously, he worked as the Executive Director of the Southern Colorado AIDS Project, at the Vermont Department of Health, and as the first Executive Director of the Vermont Committee for AIDS Resources, Education, and Services. He serves as a member of the CDC/HRSA Advisory Committee on HIV and STD Prevention and Treatment, and was a member of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS from 1995 until 2001. He speaks from his experience as a gay man living with AIDS and as a former injection heroin user and former sex worker. View Mr. Anderson’s PowerPoint presentation or listen to a multimedia audio and PowerPoint presentation of his talk.
Darrell P. Wheeler, Ph.D., M.P.H., A.C.S.W, is an Assistant Professor at the Hunter College School of Social Work and has been a Visiting Professor at CAPS. Dr. Wheeler’s work combines research, social work and public health practice to improve our understanding of the social, behavioral and environmental factors associated with HIV/AIDS infection. His work includes applications of community participatory evaluation methods in numerous community-based studies among
urban populations. Dr. Wheeler is currently the co-principal investigator of a study of African-American men who have sex with men in New York City. View Dr. Wheeler’s PowerPoint presentation or listen to a multimedia audio and PowerPoint presentation of his talk.

Wheeler, Goldstein, AndersonIntervention Village, CenterforceIntervention Village, TRANSCAPS and friendsTri Do and Daniel BaoIwamoto and Keatley from the Women's Panel

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