Saturday, May 10, 2008

News item: Community to discuss the future of HIV prevention

[this event, scheduled for May 21 in Nashville, Tennessee is being put together by IRMA member Mark Hubbard. Check out the flyer here.]

Gay and bisexual men continue to be in the forefront of HIV risk

“We now take evidence-based medicine for granted,” Dr. Sten Vermund of the Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health said last month. “We need evidence-based prevention programs just as much.”

Vermund is one of three prominent researchers scheduled to speak at “Beyond Condoms: Communities, Disparities, and HIV Prevention” at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 21, at the Hotel Preston in Nashville. According to organizer Mark Hubbard, the forum will have an interactive format.

Read the rest of this article in Out & About.

[Please share with IRMA information about your forums, workshops and events - and let us help publicize them here. It is so so so inspiring for all of us to see what is happening all over the world!]

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