CAPS Presentations at Prevention Conference 2011

UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies
at the National HIV Prevention Conference in Atlanta

August 14–17, 2011

 

Oral Presentations

Multilevel factors associated with sexual risk behavior among young black MSM

Authors: S Kegeles, G Rebchook, J Peterson, D Huebner, A Eke, W Johnson, R Williams, L Pollack

Utilization of an intervention to improve capacity to implement/adapt an evidence-based HIV prevention intervention

Authors: Kegeles SM, Rebchook G, Huebner D, Tebbetts S, Hamiga J, Sweeney D, Zovod B, Steward W, Pollack L

Variations in and correlates of discrimination among racial/ethnic minority MSM living in Los Angeles

Authors: George Ayala, Jay P. Paul, Ross Boylan, Steve E. Gregorich, Kyung-Hee Choi

Social contexts and substance use among ethnic minority MSM at risk for HIV: Prevention implications

Authors: Jay P. Paul, George Ayala, Ross Boylan, Steve E. Gregorich, Kyung-Hee Choi

Where care and prevention coalesce: Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center’s needs assessment process

Authors: Reyes M, Warren N, Bernstein M, Keatley J

Stigma among clinical providers: Effects on HIV screening and care in 3 low-resource settings

Authors: Reyes M, Warren N, Bernstein M

Knowing your rights as a strategy to overcome AIDS stigma and discrimination

Authors: Souhail M. Malavé, Blanca Ortiz-Torres, Nelson Varas-Diaz, Jose Toro-Alfonso

Translating research into practice: Why do community-based organizations discontinue implementing an evidence-based HIV prevention intervention for young MSM?

Authors: Tebbetts SJ, Kegeles SM, Rebchook GM, Pollack L

HIV risk behaviors and psychosexual factors among young African American and Latino MSM participants in the Mpowerment Project

Authors: Fisher HH, Gonzalez Rojas M, Grimes T, Hoyte T, Lee J, O’Rourke KR, Rebchook G, Verduzco O;
authors for specific portion of group session: Rebchook G, Kegeles S, Curotto A

Poster Presentations

Utilizing community-based structures for HIV prevention in the house ball community

Authors: Arnold EA, Williams D

Use of alcohol, smoking and substance involvement screening test (ASSIST) in HIV primary care

Authors: Dawson Rose C, Lum P, Eng S, Kamitani E

Understanding acculturation processes in HIV prevention for Latino men who have sex with men

Author: Galindo G

Addressing the needs of gay/bisexual men in middle adulthood in order to prevent HIV transmission

Authors: Rebchook G, Curotto A, Koester K

Seeking sex partners online and sexual risk in a probability sample of MSM bathhouse patrons

Authors: Kerr ZY, Pollack LM, Woods WJ, Binson D

The best practices adapting DEBIs for transwomen

Authors: Gutierrez-Mock L, Keatley J

Targeted capacity building assistance to curb the HIV epidemic among transgender populations

Authors: Keatley J, Blaza J, Castro D, Gutierrez-Mock L, Humphreys M, Martinez M, Salcedo B

Affinity Sessions

Mpowerment Affinity Session. Monday, August 15, 5:00–6:00 pm. Spring Room, Conference Level, Hyatt Regency Hotel. The Mpowerment Affinity Session is for coordinators, management, funders, CDC, and anyone who supports and wants to learn more about innovative HIV prevention for young men.

Visiting Professors Affinity Session. Monday, August 15, 5:00–6:30 pm. Greenbriar Room, Hyatt Regency Hotel.

Pre-conference Presentation

Center for HIV Identification, Prevention and Treatment Services (CHIPTS)

Substance use, mental health, and HIV: Emerging biomedical and policy interventions/ sorting out mental health and HIV in primary care. Author: Adam Carrico

Roundtable

Community mobilization: Mobilizing transgender communities and allies to respond to the AIDS epidemic. Monday, August 15, 1:30 pm

Authors: Vel S. McKleroy, JoAnne Keatley, Miguel Martinez

Workshops

Cracking the Prison Code. Monday, August 15, 3:30–5:00 pm. Dunwoody Room, Hyatt Regency Hotel.

HIV prevention for women partners of incarcerated men: An overlooked part of the discussion

Authors: Katie Kramer, Mary Bowers, Megan Comfort, Judith Labiner-Wolfe, Barry Zack

Breaking into prison: Capacity building for agencies wanting to work in correctional settings

Authors: Barry Zack, Katie Kramer

HIV/STD/hepatitis C risk reduction for individuals being released from New York state prisons: Assessing the real-world implementation of Project START. Wednesday, August 17, 8:00–9:30 am.

Authors: Cook R, Simboli N, Justiniano B, Kramer K, Zack B

List of CAPS presentations (PDF)

Schedule of CAPS presentations (PDF)

Last modified: November 2, 2012