Call for Abstracts: Housing is HIV Prevention and Care
Posted by on December 8, 2008
Call for Abstracts for Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit
Mobilizing Knowledge: Housing is HIV Prevention and Care
Deadline: January 15, 2009
The US National AIDS Housing Coalition (NAHC), working in collaboration with the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) and the Department of Health, Behavior and Society of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, is pleased to announce the fourth Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit, a meeting of leading health, housing and social service researchers and policy makers, to be held June 3-5, 2009, at the Double Tree Hotel Crystal City, Washington, DC. The Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit series is an interdisciplinary, interactive forum for the presentation of research findings on the relationship of housing status and HIV prevention and care, coupled with dialogue on public policy implications and strategies among researchers, policy makers, and providers and consumers of HIV housing and services. The theme of Summit IV is Examining the Evidence: The Impact of Housing on HIV Prevention and Care, and the conveners invite abstracts presenting the results of scientific research, program evaluation, community-based interventions, and public policy strategies that reflect this theme. Both research and policy abstracts are encouraged, and abstracts may be submitted for oral or poster presentations. The full Call for Abstracts is available at: http://www.nationalaidshousing.org/PDF/CFA.pdf
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