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Tuesday, September 1, 2020 | ZOOM Meeting
6:00 PM (Pacific Time)
Understanding Medicare Plans & Enrollment

Presented by Cesar Perez of the Bilhartz Desert Insurance Agency.

An ASL interpreter has not yet been scheduled for this meeting. Please let us know if you will require an interpreter.

Because Zoom bombing webinars has become a thing, Zoom now requires that all meeting attendees register in advance, use a password and a waiting room so that the moderator can control who joins the call.  Apologies for this inconvenience, but if a meeting gets bombed, Zoomtotally shuts it down and we can't continue.

This is an easy one-time process – just follow the directions below.  Please do this before the call in case you encounter any problems.

You'll need to complete a onetime registration in advance for this meeting, if you haven't already done so:
REGISTRATION

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.  You'll only need to do this once, and after that you can just click on the link to enter the monthly meeting (unless you use a different device).

If you are having any challenges using the Zoom platform, please let us know and we can help troubleshoot and/or walk you through it.  We want everyone who wants to participate to be able to do so.
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Future Positive Life Zoom Programs:
Oct 6 – Anal Health & You by DAP & the ANCHOR Study Team.
Nov 3 – Mental Health during COVID.
Dec 8 – Metabolic Issues in HIV (and Egrifta study) by Dr Dan Lee from UCSD.

Sponsored by HIV+Aging Research Project-Palm Springs.

PACE is excited to collaborate with HIV Prevention, Gilead Sciences, and Healthcare Executives of Southern California to facilitate a regional three part “Ending the HIV Epidemic” webinar series. 

Join us August 26 from 12:00 – 1:30 PT for our second webinar, “Four Pillars to Ending the HIV Epidemic”:

Learning objective:

  • Describe the importance of early diagnoses and linkage to care for preventing new HIV transmissions.
  • Describe ways to integrate testing and treatment into health care systems.
  • Describe the role of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and Post-exposure prophylaxis(PEP) as a tool to help end the HIV epidemic in the United States.
  • Describe ways to integrate PrEP and PEP into health care systems.
  • Describe HHS “Ready Set, PrEP” and other programs as a way to address barriers with access.

Join us next week on Wednesday, September 2, from 12:00-1:30 PT to hear from organizations and programs who have implemented the four EHE pillars, successes, challenges and lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Dr. Derrick Butler, MD, MPH – Chief Medical Officer, To Help Everyone Health and Wellness Community Health Center (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Gabriel Maldonado, MBA – Chief Executive Officer, TruEvolution (Riverside, CA)
  • Dr. Parya Saberi, PharmD, MAS, AAHIVP – Associate Professor of Medicine at the UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies and HIV Clinical Pharmacist (San Francisco, CA)
  • Dr. Christopher Ried, MD – Medical Director HIV/STD Services/STD Controller, Orange County Care Agency (Orange County, CA)
  • Matilda Gonzalez-Flores, MPH, CHES – Program Manager, HIV Planning and Coordination, Orange County Health Care Agency (Orange County, CA)
  • Kevin Sitter, MSW, MPH – Ending the Epidemics Program Manager, California Department of Public Health, Office of AIDS (Sacramento, CA)

Please see attached flyer with more information on the webinars, including registration information. Feel free to share with your contacts/partners- registration is free and open to all.

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PACE is excited to collaborate with HIV Prevention, Gilead Sciences, and Healthcare Executives of Southern California to facilitate a regional three part “Ending the HIV Epidemic” webinar series.  The first webinar will kick off next Wednesday, August 19 from 12:00-1:30 PT.

Join us on Wednesday, August 26 from 12:00 – 1:30 PT for a deep dive on the four EHE pillars and on Wednesday, September 2, from 12:00-1:30 PT for a panel discussion with experts across CA:

  • Dr. Derrick Butler, MD, MPH – Chief Medical Officer, To Help Everyone Health and Wellness Community Health Center (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Gabriel Maldonado, MBA – Chief Executive Officer, TruEvolution (Riverside, CA)
  • Parya Saberi, PharmD, MAS, AAHIVP – Associate Professor of Medicine at the UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies and HIV Clinical Pharmacist (San Francisco, CA)
  • Christopher Ried, MD – Medical Director HIV/STD Services/STD Controller, Orange County Care Agency (Orange County, CA)
  • Matilda Gonzalez-Flores, MPH, CHES– Program Manager, HIV Planning and Coordination, Orange County Health Care Agency (Orange County, CA)

Please see attached flyer with more information on the webinars, including registration information. Feel free to share with your contacts/partners- registration is free and open to all.

 

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We are excited to announce that you can now access the sessions from the 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020: Virtual), via the conference website.

Breaking science, expert debate and experiences of communities most affected by HIV can now be accessed through recorded speeches and events, presentations and infographics, including:

  • 12 prime sessions spotlighting abstracts on advancements in HIV prevention, treatment and the search for a cure as well as a world-class plenary speaker line-up;
  • 70+ satellite sessions organized by IAS and global partners covering topics from mental health and HIV to global targets as well as challenges experienced by the transgender community around the world;
  • 100+ on-demand sessions, including symposia and abstract-driven sessions on diverse subjects including decriminalization of HIV, gender identity, ageing with HIV and women-powered solutions;
  • 10 pre-conferences including the IAS Towards an HIV Cure pre-conference, the Latina Forum in HIV and a number of events exploring the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on HIV programmes and research;
  • 1800+ e-Posters spanning biomedical, policy and programme insights;
  • Global Village sessions exploring the experiences of young people, sex workers, rural women, and the next generation of HIV researchers, among other communities.

Explore hundreds of hours of digital content:

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About Us

The purpose of the Council is to ensure the development of a client-centered, comprehensive continuum of care for persons living with HIV disease (PLWH) throughout the TGA. In doing so, the Council provides effective planning for the TGA and promotes development of HIV/AIDS health services, personnel, and facilities that meet identified health and support service needs in a cost-effective manner, reduce inefficiencies, and address the needs of uninsured, underinsured, and low-income HIV infected individuals.

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