Mission Hall - 3rd Floor - Room 3700
Don Operario is Professor of Public Health in the Department of Behavior and Social Sciences and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the School of Public Health.
He was trained as a Social and Health Psychologist (BA, UCLA; MS, PhD, UMass Amherst; Postdoctoral Fellow, UC San Francisco). He was previously on the faculty of the University of Oxford (Department of Social Policy and Social Work) and before that was at the University of California San Francisco (Center for AIDS Prevention Studies - Department of Medicine).
Please join us for this Community Town Hall on the Meaningful Involvement of People Living with HIV/AIDS (MIPA) Tool, shared by Naina Khanna of the Positive Women's Network.
CAPS Town Hall and CAPS Methods Core present: Colin Walsh, MD, MA, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Medicine & Psychiatry at Vanderbilt Univ.
Suicide kills 123 Americans every day and 800,000 people worldwide every year. It is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. and the 2nd leading cause of death in those < 34 years old. I will share our experiences incorporating predictive analytics, implementation science, and clinical informatics to catalyze research in mental health.
CAPS Methods Core & Big Data Working Group present: Julia Adler-Milstein, PhD - Center for Clinical Informatics and Improvement Research (CLIIR)
Dr. Julia Adler-Milstein is an Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Clinical Informatics and Improvement Research (CLIIR).
Dr. Adler-Milstein is an internationally-recognized expert on policy and management issues related to the use of IT in healthcare delivery. Her research assesses the progress of health IT adoption; the impact of such adoption on healthcare costs and quality; and the relationships between market, organizational, and team structure and health IT use. A core focus of her work is on health information exchange and interoperability.
CAPS I&I Town Hall presents: Denis Nash, PhD, MPH - Early Data on 'Treat All' Guideline Implementation for HIV/AIDS
CAPS Methods Core presents: Lillian Brown, MD, PhD - Social network analysis and engagement in care among HIV-infected youth in East Africa
CAPS I&I Town Hall presents: William Brown III, PhD, DrPH, MA - Mixed-Method Evaluation of Social Media-Based Tools and Traditional Strategies to Recruit High-Risk and Hard-to-Reach Populations into an HIV Prevention Intervention Study
Men who have sex with men and transgender women are hard-to-reach populations for research. Social media-based tools may overcome certain barriers in accessing these groups and are being tested in an ongoing study exploring HIV home-test kit use to reduce risk behavior. We analyzed pre-screening responses about how volunteers learned about the study (n = 896) and demographic data from eligible participants who came for an initial study visit (n = 216) to determine the strengths and weaknesses of recruitment strategies.
CAPS Town Hall presents: Ruvani Jayaweera, MPH, PhD cand.; Caitlin Gerdts, PhD, MHS - Using Respondent Driven Sampling to Measure the Incidence and Prevalence of Informal Sector Abortion in South Africa: A Methodological Assessment
Overview: Respondent Driven Sampling (RDS) is a sampling methodology that has been successfully used to estimate the prevalence of sensitive and illegal behaviors among hidden populations, but has never been used to study abortion among a general population of women of reproductive age.