CFAR: ISIG/Journal Club - "Feedback sessions for 2 new CAPS EHE supplements: Improving HIV prevention and care for transgender Latinas in Oakland, CA & Addressing facilitators and barriers to PrEP initiation among heterosexual Black women in the South" w/ Greg Rebchook, PhD and Judy Tan, PhD

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Add to Calendar 2021-12-15 09:30 2021-12-15 10:30 America/Los_Angeles CFAR: ISIG/Journal Club - "Feedback sessions for 2 new CAPS EHE supplements: Improving HIV prevention and care for transgender Latinas in Oakland, CA & Addressing facilitators and barriers to PrEP initiation among heterosexual Black women in the South" w/ Greg Rebchook, PhD and Judy Tan, PhD

https://ucsf.zoom.us/j/533706009?pwd=R1FyOVhwOGEzYVY1M29FUXVNb3h6Zz09
Password: CFARISWG

Meeting ID: 533 706 009

Telephone:
US: +1 213 338 8477 or +1 669 219 2599 or +1 669 900 6833
Kenya: 0 800 733 310 (Toll Free)
Uganda: +256 206 300 097 or 0 800 113 279 (Toll Free)
South Africa: +27 87 551 7702 or +27 87 550 3946
Password: 966272

Feedback sessions for 2 new CAPS EHE supplements: Improving HIV prevention and care for transgender Latinas in Oakland, CA & Addressing facilitators and barriers to PrEP initiation among heterosexual Black women in the South

 

Greg Rebchook, PhD

Dr. Rebchook received his doctorate at the University of Colorado, Boulder in Sociocultural Psychology. He has been working in the HIV prevention field since 1987. Currently, Dr. Rebchook is the Division of Prevention Science Community Engagement Core Director. He is the Principal Investigator of a HRSA-funded grant to provide capacity building assistance in four US jurisdictions. His current research interests focus on HIV prevention and engagement in care among transgender women of color and young gay/bisexual/and other men who have sex with men (MSM), especially with young African American men.

 

Judy Tan, PhD

Dr. Judy Tan is Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Prevention Science, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS), at the University of California San Francisco. She is a behavioral and prevention scientist trained in social and health psychological theory, quantitative research methods, and intervention development. Her research aims to develop novel interventions to reduce health disparities, particularly those among sexual and gender minority people of color.