The Latino Commission on AIDS has hosted Reunion Latina since 1996 and has provided a space for providers and stakeholders to discuss ways to improve services, share strategies on how to overcome health challenges, unify our efforts to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic, address viral Hepatitis and STIs and craft a common vision to eliminate health disparities in Latino communities.
Registration includes all written conference materials, two continental breakfast, two box lunches and one dinner/celebration.
The two-day training institute will feature a combination of panel presentations, workshops and institutes that will explore the use of PrEP and nPEP as prevention tools against HIV, the management of HIV as a chronic disease, linking clients to treatment and care. Likewise, the institute will cover other health conditions affecting Latino communities such as viral hepatitis, STIs, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and asthma.
This training is suitable for health care providers, nurses, outreach workers, case managers, people living with HIV, community leaders, elected officials, health department representatives and anyone interested in advancing the health conditions of the Latino communities.