2005 CAPS Community Briefing

2005 CAPS Community Briefing

Wednesday May 11, 2005
LGBT Center
San Francisco, CA
Thursday May 12, 2005
Oakland, CA
Alice Gandelman, CA STD/HIV Prevention Training Center Nick Alvarado, CAPS, HIP Study DEBI presentation Ellen Goldstein and Steve Morin, CAPS

With two major HIV related conferences in the Bay Area this year, CAPS did not hold its annual conference, but instead held two community briefings in May 2005 in conjuction with the California HIV/STD Prevention Training Center. Five researchers presented work in progress and recent findings to service providers and other researchers in San Francisco and Oakland.


HIV Prevention for Women with Incarcerated Male Partners: The HOME Project, Megan Comfort

The VOICE Study: Working with HIV+ Injection Drug Users, Kelly Knight

Implications of HIV Names Reporting: Results from California, Edwin Charlebois, Stuart Gaffney

CDC’s Diffusion of Effective Behavioral Intervention (DEBI) Program and National Research Translation Efforts, Alice Gandelman

African American Mpowerment Project: HIV Prevention for Young MSM, Susan Kegeles, Greg Rebchook

Why Have a Community Advisory Board?, Michael Foster

HIV Intervention for Providers, Carol Dawson-Rose and Nick Alvarado

Edwin Charlebois, Non-Names Reporting HOME presentation Stuart Gaffney, CAPS, Non-Names Reporting Carol Dawson-Rose, CAPS, HIP Study

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