Good afternoon, EHE regional response partners,

I hope you’re doing well! In lieu of our regular EHE Regional Learning Collaborative session this month, we are taking the opportunity to collect feedback about your experiences with the learning collaborative so far and recommendations for the future! Please take our usual learning collaborative session time (Tuesday, February 15, from 10-11:30 AM), or another time at your convenience, to complete the survey here: Responses are due by Friday, February 25.

Our next session on Tuesday, March 15, from 10-11:30 AM will focus on Innovations to Serve Hardly Reached Communities. More information and the registration link for this session will be provided over the next couple of weeks.

I’d also like to share two other upcoming learning opportunities. Flyers for these opportunities are attached.

A Review of 2022 Benefits for Older Adults with HIV in California virtual learning session coming up on Wednesday, February 16, from 10 AM – 12 PM PST.

  • This session is part of a new California Statewide HIV & Aging Educational Initiative hosted by CHIPTS, APLA Health, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, and the Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center (PAETC) for service providers and public health partners working to address the needs of older adults with HIV across the state. Learn more and register here:

A 2-day, virtual medical mistrust summit entitled All of Me: The Intersections of Medical Mis/Distrust and its Impact on Transgender Health, HIV Care and Prevention coming up on Tuesday, March 1, 2022 and Wednesday March 2, 2022 from 10 AM – 2 PM PST.

  • CHIPTS is excited to be partnering with the Denver Prevention Training Center (PTC) and several other organizations on this summit, which will feature small group discussions and panel presentations from nationally recognized speakers focusing on the impacts of medical mis/distrust on the transgender community. Members of community-based organizations, clinics/hospitals, health departments, and/or healthcare teams providing HIV and other related services for transgender persons are highly encouraged to attend. Register here:

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.

Contact Details

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