Alison Duke, of Goldelox Productions, spoke to us at the HIV Endgame conference about how she tells the stories of women living with HIV on film, and the opportunities she sees to expand our knowledge through art.
John Gill, of the Southern Alberta HIV Clinic, spoke to us at the HIV Endgame conference and answered questions about screening patients living with HIV for intimate partner violence and other determinants of health.
Speaking at the HIV Endgame conference in November, 2016, David Stuart, of Dean Street Health, talks about the ways social networking apps such as Grindr have changed the sexual landscape for gay men, and how interventions can address topics such as vulnerability, communication, masculinity, and rejection.
Speaking at the HIV Endgame conference, in November, 2016, Andrew Jolivette, of San Francisco State University, discusses the legacy of colonial trauma in San Francisco’s two-spirit community and the concept of radical love.
Speaking at the HIV Endgame conference in November, 2016, LaRon Nelson, a current OHTN research chair from the University of Rochester, explains the impact of chronic stress and the need for structural interventions to address health disparities.