2019 Bay Area HIV Health Disparities Symposium

Housing, Human Rights, and HIV

The Health Education Center at Samuel Merritt University
400 Hawthorne Avenue
Oakland , CA
Add to Calendar 2019-06-07 21:00 2019-06-07 16:00 America/Los_Angeles 2019 Bay Area HIV Health Disparities Symposium

THIS SYMPOSIUM HAS BEEN POSTPONED

Keynote: Humane Rights: Reframing the Legal Narrative of Homelessness
and the Affordable Housing Crisis

Tirien Angela Steinbach, Esq.
Chief Program Officer, ACLU of Northern California
(former Executive Director, East Bay Community Law Center)

Please join the UCSF-Gladstone Center for AIDS Research for a one-day meeting on health disparities in HIV in the Bay Area. The goal of this meeting is to increase awareness and collaboration between public health departments, community-based researchers and implementers, and academic centers. This year’s meeting will take a deeper dive into the drivers of HIV health disparities within homeless populations.

Topics to include:

  • Housing and healthcare as a human right
  • Stories from current and former homeless persons
  • Housing provider perspectives
  • County/government perspectives
  • Symdemics, STIs, HIV, Hep C, Meth and Opioids
  • Hidden populations
, The Health Education Center at Samuel Merritt University 400 Hawthorne Avenue Oakland , CA See map: Google Maps

THIS SYMPOSIUM HAS BEEN POSTPONED

Keynote: Humane Rights: Reframing the Legal Narrative of Homelessness
and the Affordable Housing Crisis

Tirien Angela Steinbach, Esq.
Chief Program Officer, ACLU of Northern California
(former Executive Director, East Bay Community Law Center)

Please join the UCSF-Gladstone Center for AIDS Research for a one-day meeting on health disparities in HIV in the Bay Area. The goal of this meeting is to increase awareness and collaboration between public health departments, community-based researchers and implementers, and academic centers. This year’s meeting will take a deeper dive into the drivers of HIV health disparities within homeless populations.

Topics to include:

  • Housing and healthcare as a human right
  • Stories from current and former homeless persons
  • Housing provider perspectives
  • County/government perspectives
  • Symdemics, STIs, HIV, Hep C, Meth and Opioids
  • Hidden populations