ACC: Clinical Implications of Bias

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A discussion of how the cumulative effects of discrimination and oppression across multiple intersecting identities, increase vulnerability to HIV acquisition, impact update and retention in care, adherence, and viral suppression. The talk will also explore intersectional health models that focus on resilience and trauma-informed care.

Speaker: Michele P. Andrasik, PhD

Director, Social & Behavioral Sciences and Community Engagement, HIV Vaccine Trials Network Senior Staff; Scientist, Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; and Clinical Affiliate Professor, Department of Global Health, UW

ACC is always free! We would like you to complete our short demographic form the FIRST time you register for ACC or attend an MWAETC event in Eventbrite. To learn more about the AIDS Clinical Conference, please visit the ACC page on the MWAETC website. The page also has the recorded ACCs for the past 2+ years. This event will be posted on the ACC page within two days of the event.

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