CAPS Town Hall presents: New NIH Research Grants for Ending the HIV Epidemic

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Project Title. Enhancing Partner Notification for Newly-Diagnosed, Sexually Active High Risk MSM

Principal Investigator. H.M. Truong

Description. A study of the feasibility and acceptability of partner elicitation at point-of-testing to enhance HIV partner notification services (PNS).

Community Partners.  Gay Men’s Health Collective (GMHC), Berkeley Free Clinic

Location of study. Alameda County and Bay Area.

 

Project Title.  Ending the HIV Epidemic among transgender people: Community-led program implementation.

Principal Investigator. J. Sevelius

Description. A study of the feasibility and acceptability of integrating HIV treatment and care service with peer navigation and mental health services to the TRIUMPH model. TRIUMPH is a gender-affirming, community-led PrEP demonstration project for transgender communities.

Community Partners. La Clinica de la Raza, Oakland; Gender Health Center, Sacramento. 

Location of Study.  Oakland, Sacramento.

 

Project Title.  Increasing Effective PrEP use by Black/Latino MSM in Texas

Principal Investigators. S. Kegeles, G. Rebchook

Description. A study to systematically adapt, with Community Based Organizations (CBOs), Mpowerment Project methods to improve PrEP uptake, adherence, and persistence including community mobilization, peer outreach, and outreach events. The Mpowerment Project is a multi-level, combination HIV prevention intervention for young adult gay, bisexual, and other MSM.

Community Partners.  AIDS Outreach Center, AIDS Services Austin, Kind Clinics.

Location of Study.  Ft. Worth (Tarrant County), Austin (Travis County), and San Antonino (Bexar County) Texas

 

Project Title.  Adapting a Sexual Health Services Model for Young Men of Color in Sacramento, California

Principal Investigator. K. Koester

Description. This is a collaboration between community members and service providers involved in Sacramento’s Zero Together Coalition and researchers from the University of California San Francisco to identify how to best culturally tailor a proven-effective sexual health services delivery model called CRUSH: Connecting Resources for Urban Sexual Health to better meet the needs of men who have sex with men most impacted by HIV in Sacramento County. CRUSH is an HIV serostatus-neutral sexual health services model with a primary focus on PrEP services.

Community Partners.  Zero Together, One Community Health

Location of Study. Sacramento County

 

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Add to Calendar 2020-02-25 11:00:00 2020-02-25 12:00:00 CAPS Town Hall presents: New NIH Research Grants for Ending the HIV Epidemic Project Title. Enhancing Partner Notification for Newly-Diagnosed, Sexually Active High Risk MSM Principal Investigator. H.M. Truong Description. A study of the feasibility and acceptability of partner elicitation at point-of-testing to enhance HIV partner notification services (PNS). Community Partners.  Gay Men’s Health Collective (GMHC), Berkeley Free Clinic Location of study. Alameda County and Bay Area.   Project Title.  Ending the HIV Epidemic among transgender people: Community-led program implementation. Principal Investigator. J. Sevelius Description. A study of the feasibility and acceptability of integrating HIV treatment and care service with peer navigation and mental health services to the TRIUMPH model. TRIUMPH is a gender-affirming, community-led PrEP demonstration project for transgender communities. Community Partners. La Clinica de la Raza, Oakland; Gender Health Center, Sacramento.  Location of Study.  Oakland, Sacramento.   Project Title.  Increasing Effective PrEP use by Black/Latino MSM in Texas Principal Investigators. S. Kegeles, G. Rebchook Description. A study to systematically adapt, with Community Based Organizations (CBOs), Mpowerment Project methods to improve PrEP uptake, adherence, and persistence including community mobilization, peer outreach, and outreach events. The Mpowerment Project is a multi-level, combination HIV prevention intervention for young adult gay, bisexual, and other MSM. Community Partners.  AIDS Outreach Center, AIDS Services Austin, Kind Clinics. Location of Study.  Ft. Worth (Tarrant County), Austin (Travis County), and San Antonino (Bexar County) Texas   Project Title.  Adapting a Sexual Health Services Model for Young Men of Color in Sacramento, California Principal Investigator. K. Koester Description. This is a collaboration between community members and service providers involved in Sacramento’s Zero Together Coalition and researchers from the University of California San Francisco to identify how to best culturally tailor a proven-effective sexual health services delivery model called CRUSH: Connecting Resources for Urban Sexual Health to better meet the needs of men who have sex with men most impacted by HIV in Sacramento County. CRUSH is an HIV serostatus-neutral sexual health services model with a primary focus on PrEP services. Community Partners.  Zero Together, One Community Health Location of Study. Sacramento County   550 16th St., 3rd Floor, Room 3700 San Francisco, CA 94143 United States View on Map [email protected] Division of Prevention Science America/Los_Angeles public