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    DSHS HIV/STD Program

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    Austin, Texas 78714

    Phone: (512) 533-3000

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Webinar: Conference On Retroviruses And Opportunistic Infections 2014 Update

The Texas/Oklahoma AIDS Education & Training Center (TX/OK AETC) will present the live webinar "CROI Update 2014" on April 25 from noon to 1:00 p.m. CT. Participants will learn about the latest and greatest items that were presented at the CROI conference. The learning activity will focus on emerging patterns of resistance, new anti-retroviral medication, prevention and complications of HIV infection. The webinar will be presented by Philip H. Keiser, M.D.

Continuing education is available for this course.

To learn more about the webinar or to register, visit the TX/OK AETC website. Pre-registration is required to participate and there are only 100 slots available. Registration closes on April 22.

Post Date and Time Thursday, April 10, 2014


Recommendations for the Laboratory-Based Detection of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae

CDC recently released updated recommendations regarding screening tests to detect Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae infections and provides new recommendations regarding optimal specimen types, the use of tests to detect rectal and oropharyngeal C. trachomatis and N. gonorrhoeae infections, and circumstances when supplemental testing is indicated. The recommendations are intended for use by clinical laboratory directors, laboratory staff, clinicians, and disease control personnel who must choose among the multiple available tests, establish standard operating procedures for collecting and processing specimens, interpret test results for laboratory reporting, and counsel and treat patients.

To learn more, visit see the MMWR on the CDC website.

Post Date and Time Thursday, April 10, 2014


Transitioning HIV-Infected Adolescents into Adult Care

The New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute has created the resource "Transitioning HIV-Infected Adolescents into Adult Care." These guidelines have been developed to assist providers with the transition process to ensure that HIV-infected young adults are successfully and seamlessly integrated into an adult care setting. The guide provides clinical guidelines and best-practice examples.

To learn more and to download the guide, visit HIVGuidelines.org.

Post Date and Time Thursday, April 10, 2014


Free Pre-Conference Meetings and Workshops at the 2014 Texas HIV/STD Conference

The 2014 Texas HIV/STD Conference will host the following free pre-conference workshops at the Renaissance Austin Hotel on Tuesday, August 19, 2014.

Writing in Plain Language
Alice Shukalo, Ph.D., Office of Communications, Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services

Plain Language is a style of writing and a worldwide language movement that focuses on presenting clear, simple and understandable writing. The style allows readers to read and understand quickly, and then to act upon the information they’ve read. Dr. Shukalo provides a brief history and rationale for the importance of Plain Language. The majority of the workshop presents specific guidelines and practice. Attendees will correct common writing problems through practice exercises. Tips, resources and suggested rewrites are also included. Register for Writing in Plain Language.

HIV in the Gay and Other MSM Community
Jonathon Poe, MSSW, Manager, Epidemiology and Supplemental Projects Group, Department of State Health Services

DSHS will soon release a report focused on HIV in the gay and other MSM community. The report will use the HIV treatment cascade as a template and look at multiple sources of information on how this vulnerable population is affected by HIV and discuss how state and local HIV programs can respond. During this meeting, DSHS will present the report to the community and solicit discussion and feedback from stakeholders. The report will be released on the DSHS website no later than a week before the conference so attendees will have time to review the document prior to the meeting. This meeting will be relevant for people who work with the gay/other MSM community to combat the HIV epidemic. Register for HIV in the Gay and Other MSM Community.

CBO Network Sustainability and Capacity Building – Scanning the New Health Care Environment for Opportunities
Emily Gantz McKay, EGM Consulting

This meeting will provide CBO Directors and key decision makers with an opportunity to reflect on how their organizations are preparing for the changing health care environment, gain information on the latest rules, policies, and guidance available from both the state and federal funders, and prepare for ongoing environmental changes that will continue to shape how HIV prevention and care are delivered. The meeting is for Texas HIV CBO directors only. Register for CBO Network Sustainability and Capacity Building – Scanning the New Health Care Environment for Opportunities.

The registration deadline for these free pre-conference meetings is July 31, 2014. If you plan to attend the 2014 Texas HIV/STD Conference, please register separately for the conference.

Post Date and Time Monday, April 7, 2014


Webinar: Linking and Empowering HIV+ Youth in the South

Join ViiV Healthcare’s Positive Action Southern Initiative Network Members for a focused conversation with Jacksonville Area Sexual Minority Youth Network (JASMYN) and the Regional AIDS Interfaith Network (RAIN) on lessons learned in connecting HIV+ youth with care in the South. The webinar "Culture and Connections: Linking and Empowering HIV+ Youth in the South" is scheduled for April 15 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.

In 2010, data showed that the only age groups to experience an increase in the rate of diagnosis of HIV infection were those under the age of 24. Nationally, 39% of all new HIV/AIDS cases in the U.S. are among young people ages 13-29 – most of whom are African American and Latino. We know that sexual and racial minorities are at greater risk for HIV infection, particularly in the South, where stigma and a dearth of prevention and intervention services make young people even more vulnerable.

Designed for those working to end HIV/AIDS in the South, and looking to engage more youth in their programming, this conversation will explore:

  • Risks, challenges, and barriers faced by LGBTQ, YMSM and HIV+ Youth in the South
  • Meaningful strategies and interventions to reach young people using a holistic youth development model
  • Advocacy and interventions to make structural changes that enhance young people’s access to care and help prevent HIV infection
  • Youth outreach and marketing strategies
  • Evaluation, measurement and learning practices that support Youth program growth and effectiveness

To learn more and to register, visit the webinar website.

Post Date and Time Monday, April 7, 2014


HHS Releases Security Risk Assessment Tool to Help Providers with HIPAA Compliance

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Security Rule requires that covered entities conduct a risk assessment of their healthcare organization. A risk assessment helps organizations ensure compliance with HIPAA’s administrative, physical, and technical safeguards. A risk assessment also helps reveal areas where organizations protected health information (PHI) could be at risk.

A new security risk assessment (SRA) tool to help guide health care providers in small to medium sized offices conduct risk assessments of their organizations is now available from HHS. Learn more and download the tool on the HealthIT.gov website.

Post Date and Time Monday, April 7, 2014


Save the Date: 3rd Annual HIV Outreach & HEI Case Management Conference

The 3rd Annual HIV Outreach and HEI Case Management Conference will be held July 20-23 at the Omni Southpark hotel in Austin. Coordinated by Texas HIV Connection and DSHS MHSA, this conference provides an opportunity to discuss major trends and the latest developments and strategies in HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment. Conference speakers, presenters, and roundtable leaders will offer educational opportunities that showcase tools and techniques to more effectively provide prevention, intervention and treatment services related to HIV/AIDS. There will also be networking opportunities including evening events for conference attendees.

Speakers are invited to submit a proposal to present at the conference. Presentations should address a subject pertaining to HIV outreach, prevention, treatment, case management, STDs, mental health or substance abuse. Submit presentations on the conference website. Proposals must be received by May 23.

Scholarships are available for individuals willing to participate as roundtable leaders and/or workshop monitors during the conference. Conference registration fees are waived and hotel costs paid for depending on your level of involvement. Apply for a conference scholarship on the conference website. Scholarship applications are due by June 6.

The conference also sponsors the Dan Rawlins Outreach Worker of the Year Award and Scholarship. This special award scholarship has been established to honor Dan Rawlins dedication to the practice of HIV street outreach. The annual recipient of the Outreach Worker of the Year Award will receive a FULL scholarship to attend this Conference, including a waived conference fee, travel, transportation, hotel accommodations, and per diem expenses. This person will also be honored at the conference and awarded a plaque in recognition of being nominated and chosen to receive this prestigious award. Learn more about the award on the conference website. The deadline to apply for this award is June 6.

To learn more about the conference and to register, visit the conference website.

Post Date and Time Friday, April 4, 2014


Legacy Grace Project National Conference for Women Living with HIV/AIDS 

Legacy Counseling Center will hold the "Grace Project National Conference for Women Living with HIV/AIDS" May 2-5 in Dallas. The conference is the largest conference for women living with HIV/AIDS in the nation hosting over 200 HIV+ women from North Texas and nationwide. Celebrating the conference’s 15 year, the event is designed to bring formerly isolated HIV+ women together. The goal of the conference is to SEE (Support, Educate and Empower) each woman and create future advocates for HIV prevention, health education and awareness. The 2014 Grace Project Conference features over 15 health speakers, a Texas Instruments Computer Lab, the Intuit Money Matters Room, the Afyia Center Letter writing room, and will have a variety of activities to promote advocacy for HIV+ women.

The conference has support from the HIV community of North Texas with practically every HIV organization partnering with the event. Individuals can sponsor the conference fee for one deserving HIV+ woman for only $50 and larger sponsorships are also welcome. Scholarships will be available for HIV+ women to attend this conference.

To learn more and to register, visit the Legacy website. Women with HIV have a separate registration website.

Post Date and Time Friday, April 4, 2014


6th Annual Emerging Te(x)chs Conference in Houston

The 6th Annual Emerging Te(x)chs Conference is scheduled for June 10-11 in Houston. As technology evolves, so do our methods of communication. Messenger pigeons gave way to telegraphs, which were replaced by telephones, mail, and email. Now we rely on Facebook or Twitter to keep in touch and make new connections. It is imperative that we understand the role of social media and how it is being used in the lives of clients we serve.

Conference participants will leave being able to:

  • identify the latest social media for effective education and communication
  • explain the advantages of using new media to interact with clients and to promote community health
  • discuss evaluation of the impact of new technology on health programs
  • explore diverse perspectives with regards to the use of social media in patient education and communication
  • describe how to affordably use the appropriate technology with clients
  • explore how to become a model for other community organizations

Continuing education will be available for attending this conference.

The conference is sponsored by Baylor College of Medicine Teen Health Clinic, The University of Texas Prevention and Research Center, The Baylor College of Medicine Center for Reproductive Medicine, and the Spirit Golf Association and Rice University College of Engineering.

To learn more about this conference and to register, visit the Foundation for Teen Health website.

Post Date and Time Friday, April 4, 2014


Waived Conference Registration Offer for Contractors Expanded

The 2014 Texas HIV/STD Conference Planning Committee expanded its offer for waived registrations for DSHS HIV/STD contractors:

  • DSHS contractors and subcontractors conducting HIV or STD services may receive up to four waived registrations per contract.
  • DSHS contract-funded staff have first priority for waived registrations. However, if your current DSHS HIV/STD contract already includes funds to cover conference registration fees, please use those funds to register for the conference here, via the paid registration site. This will allow other agency employees to use the waived registrations.
  • Travel is on your own. If your current DSHS HIV/STD contract includes funds to cover travel to the conference, please use those funds to attend the conference.
  • Agency leadership must determine which staff will receive the waived registrations. Please consult with agency leaders before registering. 

Post Date and Time Tuesday, April 1, 2014


Deadline Extended for Texas HIV/STD Prevention and Care Award – Nominations due April 15

Casey S. BlassThe 2014 Texas HIV/STD Conference Planning Committee extended the nomination submission deadline for the Casey S. Blass Award for Excellence and Achievement in HIV/STD Prevention and Care to Tuesday, April 15. The award recognizes a person that makes significant contributions to promoting and implementing HIV or STD prevention interventions and/or care and treatment in Texas. Don’t miss this chance to recognize a colleague’s important work (or your own!) and win a $2,500 trip to an HIV/STD conference!

Post Date and Time Tuesday, April 1, 2014


New Viral Hepatitis Webinar Series

The AIDS Institute will host the first in a series of quarterly educational webinars, "Trends & Topics in Viral Hepatitis" on Wednesday, April 9 from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. CT. The learning objectives for the first webinar "Hepatitis 101" are:

  • Describe hepatitis A (HAV), hepatitis B (HBV), and hepatitis C (HCV)
  • Identify clients who should be referred for hepatitis vaccination and testing
  • Understand information needed to counsel clients about viral hepatitis
  • Understand the basics on laboratory test results
  • Describe the risk factors for co-infection with hepatitis and HIV

Future webinars are scheduled for July 9 and October 8 with more to come. Future webinar topics will be determined based on feedback from the educational sessions.

To learn more and to register, visit the webinar website.

Post Date and Time Tuesday, April 1, 2014


Videos Promote Routine HIV Testing in Texas

Implementing Routine HIV Testing in Texas.The Test Texas HIV Coalition produced several videos providing information on routine HIV testing. The videos cover routine testing in various settings such as emergency departments, family planning clinics, community health centers, and mental health centers as well as information on how to provide positive results.

All seven videos can be found linked from the DSHS Routine Testing page.

Post Date and Time Friday, March 28, 2014


Registration Open for HIV/AIDS and Aging Symposium in Austin on May 2

The 2014 HIV/AIDS and Aging Symposium will bring community leaders together to improve the lives of older adults living with HIV/AIDS. The Symposium will be held on May 2 in Austin. This one-day event will educate and inspire Central Texas social workers, physicians, nurses and care managers. The Symposium is hosted by a collaboration of leading local nonprofit organizations.

Limited scholarships are available to attend the Symposium.

To learn more and to register, visit the Symposium website.

Post Date and Time Friday, March 28, 2014


Speak OUT Youth Ambassadors - Call for Applicants

Together with the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD), Black AIDS Institute, Greater Than AIDS invites young gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM) to participate in a Speak OUT Youth Workshop. All applicants must be willing and able to participate May 30 – June 1 in Washington, DC. Costs associated with the summit (travel, accommodations, per diem) will be covered by Greater Than AIDS.

Men of all races, sero-status and geographic locations are welcome to apply. Special consideration will be given to Black and Latino gay men/MSM and southern jurisdictions due to disproportionate rates of HIV among these populations.

Speak Out is a new campaign by Greater Than AIDS that encourages more open communication about HIV among gay and bisexual men in relationships, with health care providers and within the community generally. You can learn more about Speak Out on the Greater Than AIDS website.

To learn more and to apply, visit the Greater Than AIDS website.

Post Date and Time Monday, March 24, 2014


Webinar Series: Clinically Competent and Culturally Proficient Care for Transgender and Gender Variant Patients

Cardea will present the webinar series, "Clinically Competent and Culturally Proficient Care for Transgender and Gender Variant Patients," in two parts. Part 1, "Clinical Care for Transgender Patients," will take place on Thursday, May 8 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. CT. This webinar will includes preventive care, health education and health promotion, reproductive health services and medical management of gender transition.

Part 2, "Culturally Proficient Care for Transgender Patients: Integrating Protocols and Systems Into Your Practice," will take place on Tuesday, May 20 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. CT. This webinar will cover the practical application of transgender care protocols. It will describe how to plan many aspects of culturally competent care including the medical visit, the appointment making process and the billing process.

These free webinars are designed for all staff involved in patient care, in a variety of primary care settings including family planning clinics: physicians, nurse practitioners, nurse midwives, physician assistants, medical assistants, nurses, health educators, administrative staff and support staff.

Continuing education is available for these webinars.

To learn more and to register, visit the Cardea website.

Post Date and Time Monday, March 24, 2014


AIDS Service Organization Leadership Seminar

HealthHIV will present, "ASO Leadership Seminar: Building ASO Leadership to Advance HIV Prevention, Care, & Treatment," on Friday, April 4 in Washington, D.C. AIDS service organizations (ASOs) are closing at an alarming rate, undermining a critical public health infrastructure. In order to maintain and enhance the viability of ASOs to remain relevant in this dynamic health reform environment, HealthHIV offers the ASO Leadership Seminar.

This one-day, free seminar spans the HIV Care Continuum and brings together leading experts to:

  • Provide leadership models, skills development, and tools to support ASO leaders in managing change;
  • Discuss methods for moving organizational strategic plans into action;
  • Provide tools for identifying and securing strategic partnerships and developing innovative business agreements;
  • Guide ASO leaders in identifying and marketing services to insurers, managed care plans, community providers, and other funders; and
  • Build participant's fiscal management capacity through skills building activities.

The seminar is free and breakfast and lunch will be provided.

To learn more and to register, visit the seminar website. Registration closes on April 2.

Post Date and Time Monday, March 24, 2014


2014 Texas HIV/STD Conference

DSHS will host the 2014 Texas HIV/STD Conference at the Renaissance Austin Hotel on August 19-21, 2014.

Attendee registration is open. Early registration is $225 per person by May 19, 2014. After May 19, registration is $250 per person. Registration is waived for DSHS TB/HIV/STD staff, including regional TB/HIV/STD staff. DSHS HIV/STD contractors (including subcontractors) may receive up to four free registrations per contract.

Exhibit registration is open through the Texas Public Health Association. Exhibits are open to federal and state agencies, public and private corporations and foundations, national HIV and STD organizations, HIV and STD service organizations and community based organizations. Exhibitors should be interested and engaged in the spectrum of HIV/STD prevention and treatment services in Texas. Exhibit space is limited so register soon.

Guest room reservation information is here. Rooms sell out fast so don’t delay!

Follow the Conference on Facebook and Twitter. Conference news, updates and related topic threads will be posted to these two social networking sites before, during and after the conference. Click the following links to like the conference on Facebook or to follow the conference on Twitter.

Post Date and Time Wednesday, March 19, 2014


Deadlines Extended for 2014 Texas HIV/STD Conference Abstract, Awards, and Scholarship Applications

The submission deadline for the following items for the 2014 Texas HIV/STD Conference is extended to Wednesday, March 26, 2014:

To learn more about the 2014 Texas HIV/STD Conference, visit the conference website.

Post Date and Time Wednesday, March 19, 2014


Black MSM and HIV: PrEP, Prevention, and Pleasure Webinar

Please join the National Minority AIDS Council on March 19 at 1:00 p.m. CST for a webinar about what PrEP means for Black gay and same gender loving men. Black gay men are severely impacted by HIV; and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is greater than 90% effective at preventing HIV. Featured content:

  • PrEP Facts
  • Black gay men’s attitudes on PrEP
  • How can PrEP be a vehicle to engage more Black gay men in care
  • What can PrEP mean for the sexual health of Black gay men
  • Effective ways to talk to Black gay men about PrEP

Speakers:

  • Christopher Chauncey Watson, Clinical Research Site Coordinator
    The George Washington University Public Health Research Clinic
  • Patrick Ingram, Testing Coordinator
    Fredericksburg Area HIV/AIDS Support Services (FAHASS)
  • Terry Smith, Associate Director
    Prevention at APLA Health & Wellness

To learn more and to register, visit the webinar website.

Post Date and Time Tuesday, March 18, 2014


CDC Funding Available to Reduce Hepatitis Infections

The availability of funds to “Reduce Hepatitis Infections by Treatment and Integrated Prevention Services (Hepatitis-TIPS) among Non-urban Young Persons Who Inject Drugs” (RFA-PS-14-004), was published on Grants.gov on March 12.

The purpose and overarching goal of this cooperative agreement is to address the high prevalence of viral hepatitis C infection by developing and implementing an integrated approach for detection, prevention, care and treatment of Hepatitis C infection among young (18-30 year old), non-urban people who inject drugs (PWID). Two (2) awardees will be selected to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy to enroll non-urban young PWID, collect epidemiological information, test for HCV infection and provide linkage to primary care services and prevention-based education. In addition to providing hepatitis C virus (HCV) testing, awardees will provide testing for the presence of co-infections with hepatitis B virus (HBV) and HIV. Rates of HCV infection or re-infection will be evaluated through follow-up assessment.

The estimated total funding available, including direct and indirect costs, for the entire three-year project period is $1,800,000. The application deadline date is April 14, 4:00 pm CST.
To Access the Announcement & Application Package:

  1. Go to: www.grants.gov
  2. Select: “For Applicants”
  3. Select: “Apply for Grants”
  4. Select: “Step 1 Download a Grant Application Package”
  5. Type in the Funding Opportunity Number, formatted as: RFA-PS-14-004

Post Date and Time Tuesday, March 18, 2014


Recommendations for the Laboratory-Based Detection of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae

Recently CDC released Recommendations for the Laboratory-Based Detection of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae — 2014 in its Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR). This report updates CDC’s 2002 recommendations for screening tests to detect Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae infections, and provides new recommendations regarding optimal specimen types, the use of tests to detect rectal and oropharyngeal C. trachomatis and N. gonorrhoeae infections, and circumstances when supplemental testing is indicated.

The recommendations in this report are intended for use by clinical laboratory directors, laboratory staff, clinicians, and disease control personnel who must choose among available tests, establish standard operating procedures for collecting and processing specimens, interpret test results for laboratory reporting, and counsel and treat patients.

The full recommendations can be found on CDC’s STD Laboratory Information page.

Post Date and Time Tuesday, March 18, 2014


Hepatitis A & B in the HIV Infected Adult Webinar

The Texas/Oklahoma AIDS Education & Training Center (TX/OK AETC) will present the live webinar "Hepatitis A & B in the HIV Infected Adult" on March 21 from noon to 1:00 p.m. CT. Participants will learn about the course of Hepatitis A & B in the general population and how they differ in the HIV co-infected patient as well as the differing approach in evaluating and managing these patient populations. The webinar will be presented by Jessica Khan, M.D., who serves as the Director of the Clinical Virology Division at the University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston, Correctional Managed Care.

Continuing education is available for this course.

To learn more about the webinar or to register, visit the TX/OK AETC website. Pre-registration is required to participate. Registration closes on March 19.

Post Date and Time Thursday, March 6, 2014


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Texas HIV/STD Job Postings

April 10, 2014

Austin - DSHS TB/HIV/STD TB/HIV/STD/Viral Hepatitis Unit seeks Manager, HIV Prevention and Intervention Team. Learn more

Austin - AIDS Services of Austin seeks Tier Two Patient Navigator. Learn more [ASA]

Washington, DC - NASTAD seeks:

  • Nicholas A. Rango Fellow
  • Associate, Prevention

Learn more [NASTAD]

April 4, 2014

Austin - DSHS TB/HIV/STD Epidemiology and Surveillance Branch seeks Public Health and Prevention Specialist. Learn more

April 1, 2014

Austin - DSHS HIV/STD Planning and Evaluation Group seeks Epidemiologist II. Learn more

Temple - DSHS Public Health Region 7 seeks First Line Supervisor. Learn more

March 28, 2014

Austin - DSHS TB/HIV/STD/Viral Hepatitis Unit Care Services Group seeks Services Team Leader. Learn more

Austin - AIDS Services of Austin seeks:

  • Non-Medical Case Manager
  • Prevention Program Manager
  • Staff Accountant

Learn more [ASA]

Austin - City of Austin HIV Prevention Program seeks Public Health Program Specialist I or II. Learn more [City of Austin]

Austin - City of Austin TB Elimination Group seeks TB Contact Investigator. Learn more [City of Austin]

Dallas - AIDS Arms seeks Registered Nurse with HIV Clinical Experience. Learn more [AIDS Arms]

March 24, 2014

Austin - AIDS Services of Austin seek Staff Accountant. Learn more [ASA]

March 19, 2014

Houston - Harris County Public Health & Environmental Services seeks Ryan White Program Manager. Learn more [Harris County]

March 18, 2014

Austin - Austin Travis County Integral Care, CARE Program seeks Mental Health Specialist. Learn more [Austin Travis County Integral Care]

Austin - DSHS Pharmacy Branch seeks Pharmacy Branch Manager. Learn more

Austin - DSHS Tuberculosis Services Branch seeks Nurse IV. Learn more

Dallas - AIDS Arms seeks:

  • Medical Records Coordinator (MRC)
  • Linkage to Care Specialist
  • Behavioral Health Case Manager

Learn more [AIDS Arms]

March 6, 2014

Austin - AIDS Services of Austin seeks Development Associate. Learn more [ASA]

Fort Worth - The Health Education Learning Project seeks HIV Testing/Prevention Specialist. Learn more [HELP]

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