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Webinars & Presentations

HANC Webinar Library

HANC work groups host webinars throughout the year to increase awareness and knowledge of HIV/AIDS research topics and community-engagement issues. Recordings of recent webinars are sorted by topic below.

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Behavioral Science

Adherence Support Intervention Approaches Used in the NIH HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Networks - Part One
May 19, 2020. Hosted by the BSCG. Presenters: Dr. Steven Safren and Dr. Ivan Balan. Moderator: Dr. Rivet Amico.

ART Adherence and the Promise of Long-Acting Injectable HIV Treatment
June 3, 2020. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Dr. Michael Stirratt.

Conditional Economic Incentives to Improve HIV Prevention and Treatment Outcomes
March 25, 2019. Hosted by the BSWG. Presenters: Dr. Omar Galarraga.

Leveraging Social and Behavioral Science in Network Clinical Trials
April 16, 2019. Hosted by the BSCG. Presenters: Dr. Rivet Amico, Dr. Michele Andrasik, and Dr. Jessica Haberer.

Community Engagement in HIV Clinical Research

Ending the HIV Epidemic: American Indian-Alaska Native Engagement
May 8, 2020. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Harlan Pruden; Natasha Coulouris; Sharon Turner; Rick Haverkate; Dr. Eugene McCray; Dr. Laura Cheever; Erina Hughes; Dr. Carl Dieffenbach.

Faith & Works: Innovative Approaches to Community Engaged HIV Research
June 16, 2020. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Panelists: Khadijah Abdullah; Carmarion D. Anderson; Tiffany Grimes; William L. Jeffries IV; Stephaun E. Wallace. Moderators: Aquarius Gilmer and Dilara Üsküp.

IMPAACT Research Priorities & Community Engagement
April 28, 2021. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenter: Dr. Pat Flynn.

ACTG Research Priorities & Community Engagement
May 26, 2021. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenters: Drs. Judith Currier and Joseph Eron.

HVTN Research Priorities & Community Engagement
June 21, 2021. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenter: Dr. Jim Kublin.

HPTN Research Priorities & Community Engagement
July 28, 2021. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenters: Drs. Myron Cohen and Wafaa El-Sadr

 

COVID-19

ATN iTech Studies and COVID-19: Adapting iTech During a Pandemic
October 8, 2020. Hosted by the Youth Prevention Research Working Group. Presenters: Lisa Hightow-Weidman and Travis Sanchez.

COVID-19 & HIV Update: Impact on Communities & HIV/AIDS Clinical Research
April 2, 2020. Presenters: Carl Dieffenbach, Sarah Read, Manizhe Payton, and Jeffrey Schouten.

COVID-19 Community Conversation
July 1, 2020. Panelists: Morénike Giwa-Onaiwu; Angel Hernández; Mighty Ernest Mosimanegape Moseki; Mike Frick; Jonathan Lucas; Mitchell Warren. Moderator: Brian Minalga.

COVID-19 Impact on Latinx Communities
June 24, 2020. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Dr. Carlos Rodriguez-Diaz and Dr. Audrey Harkness.

COVID-19 Therapeutic Products and Interventions
January 14, 2021. Hosted by the COVID-19 CAB Coalition. Panelists: Orbit Clanton; Prasanna Jagannathan; Rachel Bender Ignacio.

COVID-19 Vaccince Acceptance Among Sexual and Gender Minority Men and Transgender Women
June 11, 2021. Hosted by the YPRWG. Presenter: Dr. Daniel Teixeira da Silva

COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy
December 11, 2020. Hosted by the COVID-19 CAB Coalition. Panelists: Dr. Deborah Donnell, Dr. Larry Corey, and Neetha Morar. 

Faith Over Fear: How Lessons from HIV are Informing COVID-19 Response
May 13, 2020. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: John Blevins; Reverend Dunca E. Teague; Rabbi Joshua Lesser; Reverend Jennifer Sanders. Moderator: Aquarius Gilmer.

Finding the Middle Ground: Managing Stress and Anxiety During the COVID-19 Crisis
May 7, 2020. Hosted by the BSCG. Presenters: Dr. Steven Safren and Dr. Deborah Jones Weiss.

Health Disparities

Characterizing Loneliness among YBMSM: Considerations toward Sexual Health and Well-being
April 8, 2020. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Dr. Cory Bradley.

Historical Trauma & HIV
February 7, 2019. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Dr. Michele Andrasik, HIV Vaccine Trials Network.

The Next Health Disparity Fault Line? Opioids, Race, Geography & Infectious Disease
August 14, 2018. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Greg Millett, amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research.

Our Time, Our Stories: A Conversation about Black Gay Men, Research, and the CDC
February 27, 2020. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Lamont Scales, CDC; Dr. Errol Fields, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine; Dr. Damian Denson, CDC.

Privilege & Power in Healthcare: Unpacking the Black Experience
February 6, 2017. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Dr. Michele Andrasik, HIV Vaccine Trials Network.

Virtually (Not) Impossible: Novel approaches utilizing online platforms to address disparities in HIV prevention
April 22, 2020. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Dr. Joshua G. Rosenberger.

HIV and Aging

HIV & Aging: Resilience and Research
February 21, 2021. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenters: Ray Allmond, Marcia Ellis, Rodney McCoy Jr.

Understanding HIV & Aging Webinar Series (Part 1/3)
November 8, 2018. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Dr. Jeffrey Schouten, Office of HIV/AIDS Network Coordination.

Understanding HIV & Aging Webinar Series (Part 2/3)
December 5, 2018. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Dr. Meredith Greene, University of San Francisco.

Understanding HIV & Aging Webinar Series (Part 3/3)
February 5, 2019. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Gail Graham and Porchia Dees.

HIV Genetic Sequencing

Without Our Consent: Centering People Living with HIV in HIV Genetic Sequencing (Part 1/4)
March 27, 2019. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Marco Castro-Bojorquez, HIVenas Abiertas; Octavia Lewis, Positively Trans National Advisory Board; Venita Ray, Positive Women's Network-USA; Cristine Sardina, Desiree Alliance; Dr. Andrew Spieldenner, US People Living with HIV Caucus; Robert Suttle, SERO Project.

These Trees Cast No Shade: Understanding HIV Phylogenetics Research (Part 2/4)
April 18, 2019. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Dr. Carl W. Dieffenbach, Division of AIDS, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases; Venita Ray, Positive Women's Network-USA.

Understanding Molecular HIV Surveillance: Public Health and Human Rights Implications (Part 3/4)
April 25, 2019. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Dr. Eugene McCray, Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Naina Khanna, Positive Women's Network-USA.

Cluster Tracking is People: Community Town Hall on Molecular HIV Surveillance (Part 4/4)
May 15, 2019. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Brian Minalga, MSW, The Legacy Project; Venita Ray, Positive Women’s Network-USA; Andrew Spieldenner, PhD, US People Living with HIV Caucus.

Hot Topics in HIV Research

Addictophobia in HIV/AIDS Clinical Research - Part 2
November 15, 2021. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Drs. Steve Shoptaw and Alex Dubov. Moderator: Dr. Jeffrey Schouten

A Conversation with Black and African American Researchers
November 4, 2021.  Hosted by the New Investigators Working Group.  Presenters: Greg Millett, LaRon Nelson, Darren Whitfield.  Moderators: Christopher Hucks-Ortiz and Typhanye Dyer 

Addictophobia in HIV/AIDS Clinical Research

October 14, 2021. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenter: Dr. Ricky Bluthenthal. Moderator: Christopher Hucks-Ortiz

How to Critically (and Quickly) Read a Protocol
September 28, 2021. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenters: Dr. Jeffrey Schouten, Jan Kosmyna, Neetha Morar.

Ethical Considerations on Standard of Care and Post-Trial Access
April 6, 2016. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenters: Liza Dawson and Sam Garner.

Incidental Findings
Audio only. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenters: Linda Ehler and Betto Ortiz.

How to Critically and Quickly Read a Protocol
November 4, 2015. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenters: Dr. Jeffrey Schouten.

New Investigators Scholars Lessons Learned and Mentorship Opportunities
August 29, 2019. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Dr. Allysha Maragh-Bass, FHI 360; Dr. Steve Shoptaw, UCLA Medical Center; Dr. Hyman Scott, Bridge HIV.

U=U & HIV Clinical Trials Research
August 22, 2019. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Dr. Carl Dieffenbach, Division of AIDS, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases; Bruce Richman, Prevention Access Campaign Undetectable=Untransmittable.

National HIV/AIDS Awareness Days

National Latinx HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2021
A conversation with Latinx Researchers
October 14, 2021. Hosted by the New Investigators Working Group and the Latinx Caucus.  Presenters: Brandon Brown, PhD; Amaya Perez-Brumer, PhD; and, Moises Huaman, MD.

National Faith HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2019
A Conversation with Black Faith Leaders
August 27, 2019. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Reverend Shawn Patrick-Torres, Jr., M.Div, Latino Commission on AIDS; Reverend Steven Sawyer, People of Color Against AIDS Network; Reverend Mary Diggs-Hobson, African Americans Reach and Tech Health Ministry.

National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day 2019
September 18, 2019. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Gail Graham, Baltimore City HIV Planning Group and Commission; Rodney McCoy Jr., DC Department of Health; Dr. Jeffrey Schouten, HANC; Dr. Meredith Greene, University of California San Francisco.

National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day 2019
October 15, 2019. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Naiymah Sanchez, ACLU-PA; Moisés Agosto, NMAC; Alejandra Grillo-Roa, Entre Hermanos; Dr. Manuel Ocasio, Tulane University School of Medicine.

National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2020
Resiliency + Action: Ending the HIV Epidemic in Indigenous Communities
March 20, 2020. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Harlan Pruden; Tyler Adamson.

National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2021
Two-Spirit Health Research: Collecting Data in a Culturally Affirming Way

March 19, 2021. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Harlan Pruden, Tyler Adamson, and Jessy Dame.

Outreach and Marketing Fundamentals

Outreach and Marketing Fundamentals in Clinical Research Webinar Series (Part 1/3)
March 15, 2018. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Johnathon Briggs, Public Communications Inc.

Outreach and Marketing Fundamentals in Clinical Research Webinar Series - Social Media Engagement (Part 2/3)
April 5, 2018. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Nina Feldman, HIV Vaccine Trials Network; Michael Louella, AIDS Clinical Trials Group & defeatHIV.

Outreach and Marketing Fundamentals in Clinical Research Webinar Series - Research Site Perspectives (Part 3/3)
May 3, 2018. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Jawindy Swengbe, Bronx Prevention Center; Noshima Darden-Tabb, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Correll McRae, HIV Prevention Trials Network.

Tuberculosis

Have you Heard? ACTG 5279: One-month Tuberculosis Prophylaxis as Effective as Nine-Month Regimen for People Living with HIV
July 10, 2018. Audio only. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenters: Dr. Richard Chaisson, Dr. Sue Swindells, Mike Frick and Amina Shali.

HIV and TB in Children: Why Do We Worry?
May 27, 2015. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenters: Dr. Sharon Nachman.

Human Rights and Ethics Regarding TB
May 23, 2017. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenters: Mike Frick, Diego Silva, and Brian Citro.

Study 31/A5349 Four-Month Regimen TB Treatment Game Changer
November 23, 2020. Hosted by Community Partners and the TBTC. Presenters: Dr. Richard Chaisson, Dr. Sue Swindells, and Mike Frick.

TB Vaccine Development Update / HVTN 602
April 20, 2020. Presenters: Dr. Jim Kublin; Mike Frick.

 

Youth Prevention Research

Adolescent Girls and Young Women: Self-testing in sub-Saharan Africa
May 26, 2020. Hosted by the YPRWG. Presenters: Dr. Audrey Pettifor and Dr. Sandra McCoy.

Adolescent Research Update: An Overview of ACTG A5359 and the DREAMS Partnership
October 31, 2018. Hosted by the YPRWG. Presenters: Dr. Aadia Rana and Dr. Sanyukta Mathur.

Adolescent PrEP Delivery: Opportunities and Challenges in the World of HIV Prevention
November 16, 2016. Hosted by the YPRWG. Presenters: Sybil Hosek, Tajudeen Oyewale, Linda-Gail Bekker.

Adolescent PrEP Delivery: Strategies and Tools to Maximize Adherence
November 9, 2017. Hosted by the YPRWG. Presenters: Jessica Haberer and Michael Stirratt.

Bridging the Gap: Transition from Youth to Adult Care
April 9, 2021. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenters: Dr. Sandra Angola, J.J. Jackson, and Omar Nieto from the ATN-YEAH.

Exploring and Disrupting Pathways to Risky Behaviors
October 16, 2019. Presenters: Dr. Diana Fishbein and Dr. Kevin Haggerty.

IMPAACT 2016: Evaluating a Group-Based Intervention to Improve Mental Health and ART Adherence Among Youth Living with HIV in Low Resource Settings
April 26, 2019. Hosted by the YPRWG. Presenters: Dr. Geri Donenberg.

Improving the HIV Youth Prevention and Care Continuums: The Adolescent Medicine Trials Networks for HIV/AIDS Interventions (ATN)
September 18, 2017. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenters: Dr. Sonia Lee.

Women

A conversation with Women Researchers 
September 9, 2021. Hosted by the New Investigators Working Group (NIWG) and the Women's HIV Research Collaborative (WHRC). Panelists: Dr. Lisa Bowleg, Dr. Ayana Elliott, and Dr. Hong Van Tieu.  Moderators: Dr. Typhanye Dyer and Dr. Dazon Dixon Diallo

It's Time to Deliver: Including Pregnant and Lactating Women in Clinical Research (Part 1/2)
February 14, 2018. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Dr. Maggie Little, Georgetown University; Kate O'Brien, National TB Controllers Association; Sarah Mancoll, Advocate; Dr. George Saade, University of Texas; Gina Brown, Southern AIDS Coalition.

It's Time to Deliver: Including Pregnant and Lactating Women in Clinical Research (Part 2/2)
March 14, 2018. Hosted by the Legacy Project. Presenters: Dr. Lynne Mofenson, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation; Dr. Sharon Nachman, Stony Brook University; Dr. Carl Dieffenbach, National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases; Dr. Liz Barr, Women's HIV Research Collaborative.

Women Empowerment Interventions Health & HIV
August 20, 2018. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenters: Dr. Anita Shankar and Tejaswi Sevekari.

Zika Virus

Zika: Facts vs. Fiction
March 7, 2017. Hosted by Community Partners. Presenters: Dr. Cristina Cassetti.