Targeted interventions for men who have sex with men, trans women, and people who inject drugs

Katherine MurrayAt-risk Women, Engagement, HIV Endgame Conference, Men who Have Sex with Men, People who use Drugs, Prevention, Substance Use

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Healthy relationships for men who have sex with men

Starting a dialogue on chemsex

As part of a panel on mental health and addictions, David Stuart, of Dean Street Health, spoke about strategies to start conversations about chemsex with men …

Unpacking stigma and building resilience

Katherine MurrayHIV Endgame Conference, Stigma

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Calling for more interventions that address intersectional stigma

Carmen Logie, of the University of Toronto, reviewed the impact that different types of stigma have had on communities affected by HIV. Explaining that stigma and discrimination can be found in community …

Strategies and interventions to manage brain impairments

Katherine MurrayCare, HIV Endgame Conference, Neurocognitive Disorders

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Strategies for cognitive impairment: Non-pharmacological behavioural interventions

Behavioural and other non-pharmacological therapies have a potential role in managing HIV associated cognitive impairment, as Dr. Jose Muñoz-Moreno, of Spain’s Lluita contra la SIDA Foundation, outlined in this presentation.

Psychotherapeutic approaches

Cognitive …

HAND Diagnostic Issues

Katherine MurrayHIV Endgame Conference, Neurocognitive Disorders

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HAND diagnostic issues

Dr. Robbins of Columbia University shared his perspective on HIV associated neurocognitive disorder (HAND) diagnostic issues as a clinical psychologist and clinical neuropsychologist, and discussed research on HAND screening tools.

Typically, providers see patients with concerns about …

How can we win the Endgame?

Katherine MurrayCare, Engagement, HIV Endgame Conference

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Integrated care for people living with HIV

Dr. Claire Kendall, of the University of Ottawa, talked about the opportunities for improving HIV care in Ontario and particularly about the potential for a more integrated model of community care.

We know …