The goals of the EHE SWG are to catalyze the development of high-impact implementation science initiatives that will contribute to bringing an end to the HIV epidemic.
To catalyze the development of high-impact implementation science initiatives that will contribute to bringing an end to the HIV epidemic in local, regional and national “hotspots”
To support innovative science for the four pillars of the national EHE initiative - diagnose, treat, prevent and respond
To engage early stage, women and underrepresented minority investigators in implementation science and the EHE initiative.
Implementation Science Webinar Series Recordings:
Part I: Dr. Sheree Schwartz (JHU) - "HIV-related implementation research and the scientific journey: Reframing the questions to get the answers you need".
Part II: Dr. Mirjam-Colette Kempf (UAB) -"Using Big Data to estimate Undiagnosed HIV Infection and inform HIV Testing Interventions in Alabama" and Dr. Jose Bauermeister (U Penn) -"Implementation barriers and opportunities to support the HIV Healthforce in Philadelphia".
Part III: Dr. Allan Rodriguez (Miami CFAR) - "Advancing Implementation of Rapid Response (AIRR) Project: Preliminary Findings" and Dr. Ann Avery (CWRU CFAR) - "Molecular Cluster Analysis Understanding its use in NE Ohio".
2019 Citywide Seminar: Ending the HIV Epidemic and SWG Kick-off:
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