Confronting HIV and AIDS at Historically Black Colleges and Universities
(HBCUs) is a public health imperative and an opportunity for collaboration and
leadership among students and providers. This full day conference will address
barriers to sexual health education and services at HBCU's and how to implement
At the conclusion of this training participants will be able to:
- Describe the urgency of the incidence and prevalence of HIV and STI
cases in the Mid-Atlantic states where there is an HBCU present
- Identify barriers to effective HIV/STI testing on their respective campuses
- Describe a status neutral service delivery model for HIV/STI testing on
HBCU campuses from a primary care model exemplar
- Describe and/or apply best practices related to HIV/STI testing and prevention implementation HBCU campuses.
- Explore approaches to formally and informally inform and inspire others (Student Breakout)
Student travel scholarships available.