The 2007 National Conference on Latinos and AIDS will take place July 30-31, in Miami Beach, Florida. The featured speaker this year is Rosie Perez.
This conference is a national forum on HIV/AIDS for health professionals who provide care for Latino communities. It will help health care providers update their knowledge, skills, and attitudes about HIV/AIDS. The conference was also designed for healthcare media, federal and state legislators, AIDS service organization officers, social workers, pharmacists, nurses, peer counselors, church leadership, and corrections health care personnel.
The aims of this conference are to inform participants about the epidemiology of HIV; current HIV research and guidelines; modern methods for the management of HIV; social and psychiatric concerns of HIV infected patients; and political issues, trends, and policy initiatives that impact HIV infected patients.
Conference topics this year include:
1. Clinical Management Strategies
2. Transgender Health
3. STDs in Women and Men
4. Management of Hepatitis B and C
5. Drug Resistant TB
6. OB/GYN Considerations
7. HIV and Substance Abuse
8. Vaccine Updates
Read more about the program schedule.
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The 2007 National Conference on Latinos and AIDS is sponsored in part by the National Institutes of Health and the Office of AIDS Research.