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FROM CONVERSATION TO ACTION: NEXT STEPS FOR HIV PREVENTION AND TREATMENT IN MSM

A follow-up webinar about the May 10th Symposium on HIV and MSM
by Michael Louella on 11 September 2013

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Transcript of FROM CONVERSATION TO ACTION: NEXT STEPS FOR HIV PREVENTION AND TREATMENT IN MSM

WELCOME!
Add yourself to the follow-up Working Group and listserv

Are there ideas that are inspiring enough to form a working group?

Research? Intervention? Website? Campaign?

Are there synergies in the ideas that received the majority of votes?

Potential leaders from the UW CFAR CAB:


Joanna Bove & Steve Goodreau: Research project



Erick Seelbach: unifying messaging campaign and stigma


Other: Stigma?



Questions for You

CFAR/NIH’s "Creative and Novel Ideas in HIV Research“, Concept proposal
due Oct. 16

(http://depts.washington.edu/cfar/find-funding/creative-and-novel-ideas-in-hiv-research)

PHSKC (website:
http://www.kingcounty.gov/healthservices/health/partnerships/RFP.aspx)

WA DOH

CDC (website:
http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/policies/funding/announcements/index.html)

FOA: Capacity Building Assistance for High-Impact HIV Prevention, application
due Oct. 2

(http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/policies/funding/announcements/PS14-1403/index.html)


Improvement in Data Collection

Provider/Clinic Specific Interventions

Implementation Science and Quality Assurance

Topic: Formative Research

Results from Other Sections
Topic: Messaging

Most Voted Ideas:
3. Community Mobilization

Most Voted Ideas:
2. Stigma Reduction

Most Voted Ideas:
1. New Interventions

Top Three Topic Areas

The CFAR CAB WG
encourages
different projects that can be taken up by researchers, CBOs, Government, and others.

There are current activities regarding
stigma
(CAB’s R21 on Stigma Reduction in People of Color regarding Homosexuality).

CFAR is dedicated to
facilitating research
in HIV prevention and treatment.


CFAR CAB Working Group’s Perspective

Description of the May 10th Symposium (speakers, topics, contributors, structure)
Three afternoon workshop topics
Resulted in over
140 ideas
for projects, research, interventions, and more
UW CFAR CAB formed a
Working Group
to move ideas forward
Follow-up Survey
Administered

Process To Date
We want to transform our conversation into
action!
We want our ideas to be
tangible
,
implementable
, and
achievable
in a timely manner
Our ideas should address
disparities

What to keep in mind
during the presentation

Discuss the Process to Date (10 Min)
Overview about the May 10th HIV and MSM Symposium
The Follow-up Survey
Webinar (50 Min)
Goals
Results from the Survey
Discussion of Next Steps (60 Min)

Outline of the Webinar

Tacoma, WA
Lifelong AIDS Alliance
PCAF
PATH
State HIV Prevention Idaho
Snohomish Health District
HIV Alliance Eugene OR
HVTN
Public Health - Seattle & King County
UW CFAR
Olympia Wa (DOH)





32 People Filled out the Survey


Results from the Survey

Cascade AIDS Project
Gay City
Seattle, WA
Lifelong AIDS Alliance
HANC/Legacy Project
HHS
Olympia, WA (WADOH)
NW AETC, Seattle, WA
POCAAN and the ACTU
Entre Hermanos
UW ACTU
Seattle Counseling Service

THANK YOU
Funding Opportunities

CFAR/NIH’s "Creative and Novel Ideas in HIV Research“, Concept proposal due Oct. 16 (http://depts.washington.edu/cfar/find-funding/creative-and-novel-ideas-in-hiv-research)
PHSKC (http://www.kingcounty.gov/healthservices/health/partnerships/RFP.aspx)
CDC (http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/policies/funding/announcements/index.html)
CDC FOA: Capacity Building Assistance for High-Impact HIV Prevention, application due Oct. 2 (http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/policies/funding/announcements/PS14-1403/index.html)


Potential Opportunities

Form working groups
Email Joanna Bove
bovej@uw.edu
if you are interested in participating in follow-up activities, and list any project ideas you would like to work on
Select facilitators from the UW CFAR CAB or from Symposium participants
Make it so!

Another Regional Meeting?

Potential Next Steps

Transform our conversation into action!
Be tangible, implementable, and achievable
Address disparities
Enhance current efforts and push forward new ideas

Remember…

Improvement in Data Collection

Implementation Science
and Quality Assurance

Formative Research

Community Mobilization

Stigma Reduction

Prioritization of Topic Areas

CFAR CAB Working group did a preliminary synthesis of ideas from the symposium
Created
eight
topic areas
Created and disseminated a
follow-up survey
to participants in order to:
1.
Share
the results of the symposium
2.
Develop
a list of priority ideas

The Follow-up Survey

The
CFAR CAB WG
encourages different projects that can be taken up by researchers, CBOs, Government, and others.
CFAR is dedicated to
facilitating research
in HIV prevention and treatment.



CFAR CAB Working Group on MSM Symposium Follow-up

Discuss the Process to Date
May 10th HIV and MSM Symposium
Follow-up Survey

Today
Goals
Results from the Survey
Next Steps

Outline of the Webinar

We’ll be in touch

Thank you
Are there synergies in the ideas that received the majority of votes?
Which ideas are tangible, implementable, and achievable?
Which ideas address disparities effectively?
Are there ideas that are inspiring enough to form a working group?

Questions
for
You


Provider/Clinic Specific Interventions

Messaging

New Interventions

AIDS Clinical Trials Unit (ACTU)
Cascade AIDS Project
Entre Hermanos
Gay City
HANC/Legacy Project
Health and Human Services (HHS)
HIV Alliance Eugene, OR
HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HVTN)
Lifelong AIDS Alliance
Northwest AIDS Education and Training Center (NW AETC)
WA Department of Health



32 People Filled out the Survey from:

Results from the Survey

Description of the May 10th Symposium
Three afternoon workshop topics
Symposium generated over 140 ideas for projects, research, interventions, and more
UW CFAR CAB formed a Working Group to move ideas forward
Issued a Summary Report of the Symposium

Process To Date

Transform our conversation into
action!
Be tangible, implementable, and
achievable
Address
disparities

Enhance
current efforts
and push forward
new ideas

What to keep in mind
during the presentation

WELCOME
PATH
Pierce County AIDS Foundation (PCAF)
People of Color Against AIDS Network (POCAAN)
Public Health Seattle-King County
Seattle Counseling Services
Seattle, WA
Snohomish Health District
State HIV Prevention, ID
Tacoma, WA
UW Center for AIDS Research (CFAR)

Are there synergies in the ideas that received the majority of votes?
Which ideas are tangible, implementable, and achievable?
Which ideas address disparities effectively?
Are there ideas that are inspiring enough to form a working group?
CFAR/NIH’s "Creative and Novel Ideas in HIV Research“,
Concept proposal due Oct. 16 (
http://depts.washington.edu/cfar/find-funding/creative-and-novel-ideas-in-hiv-research)
PHSKC (http://www.kingcounty.gov/healthservices/health/partnerships/RFP.aspx
)

CDC
(
http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/policies/funding/announcements/index.html
)

CDC FOA: Capacity Building Assistance for High-Impact HIV Prevention,
application due Oct. 2 (
http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/policies/funding/announcements/PS14-1403/index.html
)

PHSKC
(
http://www.kingcounty.gov/healthservices/health/partnerships/RFP.aspx
)

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