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Association of Nurses in AIDS Care Conference (ANAC 2019)

Select coverage from Association of Nurses in AIDS Care Conference (ANAC 2019) is included below:

Benefits of Connecting HIV Care to Incarcerated People
Pamela Gorman, RN, ACRN, describes the benefits of connecting care to incarcerated people with HIV.
Transitional Care Coordination For Incarcerated People With HIV
Pamela Gorman, RN, ACRN, describes a transitional care coordination program for incarcerated individuals with HIV returning to the community primary care setting.
Making HIV Treatment and Prevention Relevant to Black Women
Rasheeta Chandler, PhD, RN, APRN-BC, FNP-BC, FAANP, FAAN, explains the need to incorporate women at-risk for or living with HIV into the decision-making process if we are to end the epidemic.  
Peer Engagement for Navigating HIV Care
Representatives from the AIDS Care Group discuss the racial disparities that exist in the HIV/AIDS care continuum for women of color, as well as how a peer engagement and retention program can help.
Why is it Important to Promote U=U?
Timothy Ray Brown, also known as the "Berlin Patient" discusses why it's important to push out the message that U=U. 
Combining EHR and Outreach to Promote Retention in Care
Pamela Gorman, RN, ACRN, discusses how electronic health data and coordinated outreach can be combined to increase retention in care.
<i>Contagion</i>® Connect Episode 4: Timothy Ray Brown's Advocacy for HIV Cure Research
In 2010, Timothy Ray Brown came forward as the "Berlin Patient" and has become an advocate for people living with HIV. He hopes to see the day when all individuals when HIV can be cured safely.
 
Polypharmacy: What Is It and How Does It Impact People Living With HIV
Jennifer Cocohoba, PharmD, summarizes her ANAC 2019 presentation on polypharmacy and how it affects people living with HIV.
 
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Is there a cure? How long until we find it? And will it work for the majority of people living with HIV?