2018 National Latino HIV and Hepatitis C Conference

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Omni San Antonio Hotel at the Colonnade
9821 Colonnade Blvd
San Antonio, TX 78230

The 2018 National Latino HIV and Hepatitis C Conference aims to provide Healthcare and Social Service Providers with innovative concepts, best practices, and new information on how to best serve Latino communities. Our workshops will cover a wide range of topics essential to all healthcare providers and practitioners who serve the Latino Community. The aim is to provide effective treatment and consultations with the overall goal of improving patient health outcomes. This conference represents an important step towards fulfilling the goals of the 2020 National HIV/AIDS Strategy and bringing the needs of Latinos to the forefront in the fight against HIV and Hepatitis C.

Learning Objectives

  1. Increase knowledge, communication skills and respectful attitudes towards Latinos living with HIV and/or Hepatitis C.
  2. Increase awareness of the cultural and social barriers faced by Latinos in seeking/receiving treatment, care, and prevention services for HIV and Hepatitis C.
  3. Increase understanding of the disproportionate impact HIV and Hepatitis C infection rates have among Latino communities.
  4. Increase ability to develop culturally tailored medical practices and interventions that support Latino patients in achieving viral suppression.
  5. Increase capacity of organizations to provide services that are both health equitable and health literate.

CE Credits are offered!