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    DSHS HIV/STD Program

    Post Office Box 149347, MC 1873
    Austin, Texas 78714

    Phone: (512) 533-3000

    E-mail the HIV/STD Program

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    For information on HIV testing and services available to Persons Living with HIV and AIDS, please contact your local HIV services organization.

14th Texas HIV-STD Conference Proceedings

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Tuesday, December 14, 2004

Plenary - HIV in the South: The New Paradigm of HIV (Leone)

Plenary - Trends in Sexually Transmitted Diseases (Iser)

A1 - HIV Care in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (Murray)

B1/2 - Alphabet Soup: Experiences in Reaching out to Rural America (Johnson)

C1 - Culture Shock: Treatment of HIV in a Diverse Population (Anthony)

D1/2 - The SISTA Project: Sisters Informing Sisters About Topics on AIDS (Runnels)

E1 - Hombres and HIV in the U.S.A. (Ramirez)

F1 - HPV: What You Can See and What You Can't See (Foskey)

G1 - How to Write Winning Grant Applications: Selling Prevention Programs to Funders (Fallon)

H1 - What Adults Need to Know About Teen Sex (Logan)

I1/2 - Enhancing Adherence to Medication Regimens (Weigle)

J1/2 - Substance Abuse, Internalized Homophobia and Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Persons: Psychodynamic Issues and Implications for HIV Service Providers (Martin)

K1 - HIV/AIDS Surveillance Investigation Backlog Reduction Project (Meyer, Harms, Chan)

L1 - Managing HIV Positive Clients Who are Considered a Threat (Rodriguez)

A2 - Got Prevention? We Do! (Cohen, Rokes)

C2 - Improving the THMP Approval Process Time: New Application and Practical Tips (Haught)

E2 - Implementation in the Field of an Evidence-Based Intervention for Counseling, Testing and Referral: Barriers, Facilitators, and Lessons Learned (Patel-Larson, Robbins)

F2 - Herpes: Clearing Up Some of the Confusion (Foskey)

G2/3 - Wall Talk: An Inmate Peer Education Program (Rice, McCann)

H2 - The Dramatization of HIV/AIDS Service Delivery (Ndando-Ngoo)

K2/3 - Introduction to “Healthy Relationships : A Small Group-Level Intervention With People Living With HIV/AIDS” (Casillas, Waits, Gonzalez)

L2 - Major Co-Infections in the Houston Adult Spectrum of HIV/AIDS Surveillance (Wolverton, Anderson, Gomez)

B3 - Understanding Mental Illness: Approaching Psychiatric Disorders as They Relate to the HIV/STI Population (Caddell)

C3 - Pediatric HIV: The Pediatric Spectrum of Disease Project in Texas (1989 – 2004) (Yeager, Melville)

D3 - Implementing a Theory-Based Intervention for African American Women: From Theory to Practice, “The La Sima Experience” (Scott)

E3 - The Successful Implementation of a Rapid HIV Testing Program (Barker)

F3 - Improving the THMP Approval Process Time: New Application and Practical Tips (Haught) (REPEAT)

H3 - It's Yours, Whadaya Gonna Do? (Garcia)

I3 - Disclosure of HIV to Children: A New Video Resource for Families (Ferris)

J3 - Dallas County and the Medical Mobile Clinic: Successful Collaborations with Community Partners(Couch)

L3 - Hombres and HIV in the U.S.A. (Ramirez)

Wednesday, December 15, 2004

Plenary - Prioritizing Diversity in Prevention and Care (Lara, Kohler)

Plenary - Perspectives on Harm Reduction (Jenison, Cramer)

A4 - A Lifecycle Approach to HIV Prevention for African American Women (Banski)

B4/5 - Beyond the Tip of the Iceberg: An Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (Runnels)

C4 - Culture and Ethnicity: Its Impact on Us (Espinoza, Szal, Alexander)

D4/5 - So You Have a Transgender Client--Now What? (Thomas)

E4/5 - Usando Etnografia; Alcanzando la Communidad de VIH en las Calles; Using Ethnography in HIV Street OutreachIn Spanish (Gonzalez, Graff)

F4 - HIV Care in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (Murray) (REPEAT)

G4 - QI For the Average Guy (Noell)

H4 - Ivory Tower Concepts vs. Gay Sex Reality (Wilkie, Dormier)

I4/5 - The ABCs of Hepatitis: How to Prioritize Everything Your Clients Need to Know (Fallon)

J4 - The Health Information Survey for MSM - Surveillance Supporting Prevention (Kershaw, Shaw)

K4/5 - Substance Abuse, Internalized Homophobia and Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Persons: Psychodynamic Issues and Implications for HIV Service Providers (Martin) (REPEAT)

L4 - Tony's Angels and the Elusive Mr. M (Hinojosa, Minnerly, Morse)

A5 - Abstinence-Only-Education- A Paradigm Shift for HIV/STD Elimination (Osueke, Orji)

C5 - Texas Incidence Surveillance (Dedmon)

F5 - Dallas County and the Medical Mobile Clinic: Successful Collaborations with Community Partners (Couch) (REPEAT)

G5 - Discharge Planning for the Incarcerated Client (McNeely, Wynn)

H5 - Adult Bookstores: Opportunities and Challenges to Providing Prevention Services (Marsh)

J5 - Implementing HIV Rapid Testing in Texas: Results from a Pilot Project (Cuellar, Robbins)

L5 - Addressing HIV Prevention Education on Black College Campuses (Carlon)

A6 - Impact of New HIV Detection Tests on HIV/STD Prevention, Surveillance, and Services (Jablonski)

B6 - Clinical Management (Kaspar)

C6 - Women and HIV: Tracking the Leading Edge of the HIV Infection (Persaud)

D6 - Spirituality and Latinos with HIV/AIDS (Rodriguez-Escobar)

E6 - Beyond Condom Use: A Study about Bolivian Truck Drivers (Sorensen)

F6 - The Texas Comprehensive Prevention Plan (Robbins, Broussard)

G6 - Analyzing an HIV Education Program for High Risk Minority Youth (Coker, Fritz, Minter, Scott)

H6 - Perceptions of What Constitutes "Having Sex" Among People with HIV/AIDS (Calderon, Rawlings, Casey-Bailey, Graff, Lewis)

J6 - Unit Cost Reimbursement - A Model for Implementing a Healthcare Support Program with Continuous Improvement (Weiss)

K6 - It's Yours, Whadaya Gonna Do? In Spanish (Garcia) (REPEAT)

L6 - Implementing Internet Interventions (Lopez, Shults)

Thursday, December 16, 2004

Plenary - Reexamining Abstinence as a Prevention Tool (Golden, Goodson, Pruitt)

Plenary - Domestic Violence Prevention: A Delicate Balance (Duffer, Hale, Knight)

A7/8 - Cyber Outreach Education: Utilizing the Internet for HIV/STD Prevention Services (Roland, Pendleton, Marsh)

B7 - HIV in Corrections (Paar)

C7/8 - Shifting Sands: Medicare, Medicaid, ADAP, and Access to HIV Medications (Parker)

D7/8 - Answered Prayers: Using the Church to Promote HIV/AIDS Awareness, Prevention, and Treatment (Runnels, Temme, Herrera, Price)

E7 - Effectiveness of Testing and Treatment in a Community Setting (Gupta, Flood-Shaffer, Prien)

F7 - QI For the Average Guy (Noell) (REPEAT)

G7 - Overview of the 2005 Comprehensive STD Prevention Systems (CSPS) Cooperative Agreement (Lee)

H7/8 - Seven Habits of Highly Healthy HIV-Positive People: What to Teach Your Clients (Fallon)

I7/8 - Qualitative Assessment Techniques - Get on the Band Wagon! (Broussard, Koch)

J7 - Internet and HIV/STD: A Tool for Education and Prevention (de Leon, Scott, German)

K7/8 - Shadows to Light: HIV and Adults Sexually Abused as Children (Stewart, Isaacs)

L7/8 - Partner Services (Worthey)

B8 - That Pesky Thing Called Compliance (Schield, Hesse)

E8/9 - Syphilis: What You Need to Know to Help Your Community (Foskey)

F8 - The Health Information Survey for MSM - Surveillance Supporting Prevention (Kershaw, Shaw) (REPEAT)

G8 - Use of the Internet as a Tool for Partner Notification (Constant, Adelson)

J8 - Preaching What They Practice: Adolescent Peer Education in HIV/STD Prevention (Petrucci)

A9 - Integrating Viral Hepatitis Prevention into HIV Prevention: The Texas Experience (Stevens, Phillips)

B9 - HIV in Children of Foreign Born Mothers: Analyses from the Pediatric Spectrum of Disease Project (Yeager, Melville)

C9 - Breaking Barriers, Reaching Communities: Emerging Population Program a Link to HIV/AIDS Services (Gonzalez, Guevara)

D9 - Screenings and Interventions for HIV and Other STD's in Rural Jail Systems (Anthony, Barnett-Hughes, King)

F9 - Estimating, Assessing, and Addressing Unmet Need for HIV Medical Care (Robbins, Broussard)

G9 - SHAS: A Person-to-Person Interview Study of Persons with HIV/AIDS (Odem)

H9 - HIV Public Health Follow-Up: Surveillance and Prevention Working Together (Harms, Thornton, Prince, Meyer)

I9 - Crystal Meth and Gay Men: A Growing Link to Increased HIV/STDs (Pendleton)

J9 - The Texas Infertility Prevention Project (Curtiss, Nyer)

K9 - Texas Incidence Surveillance (Dedmon) (REPEAT)

Friday, December 17, 2004

Plenary - HIV Prevention in Emerging Populations (Frank, Fowler)

Plenary - New Perspectives on Prevention Among MSM (Roland, King)

Closing Luncheon - "Hooked": A Documentary About Online Cruising in the Gay Culture (Ahlberg)

Plenary Sessions | Track A | Track B | Track C | Track D | Track E
Track F | Track G | Track H | Track I | Track J | Track K | Track L

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