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On May 12, 2011, Robert Garofalo, MD, MPH, will discuss the process and findings of the recent Institutes of Medicine (IOM) Committee Report, The Health of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People. He will summarize and contextualize the state of the science as it exists for LGBT youth and,
Stay on the Cutting Edge with Sex::Tech 2011
April 1-2, San Francisco, Hosted by ISIS, Inc.
Two days at the intersection of sexual health, technology and youth, featuring:
We are pleased to present the program for the RCAP national conference, April 7-9, 2011, at Indiana University, Bloomington. We feel that this conference will be an exciting one with much to offer the participants. There will be eight plenary addresses, 34 oral presentations, and 11 posters, covering a broad range of important HIV/STD prevention issues for rural communities.
HIV/STD Prevention in Rural Communities: Sharing Successful Strategies VII
April 7-9, 2011
Indiana University, Bloomington
A reminder that the deadline for submission of abstracts for consideration for presentation at the RCAP conference is February 1, 2011. You are invited to submit for an oral or poster presentation.
HIV/STD Prevention in Rural Communities: Sharing Sucessful Strategies VII
April 7-9, 2011
Abstract deadline: February 1, 2011
Persons working directly with rural populations are encouraged to submit an abstract for consideration for presentation. However, abstracts from persons working in HIV/STD prevention in all communities are welcomed.
On Sunday, October 17, thousands will take to the streets for the 26th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles. The event will benefit AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) — and 20 other important AIDS service organizations across L.A. County. Register today.
Just days ago,