The New England Association on HIV over Fifty
Presents the 8th Annual
National Conference on HIV and Aging✖ Friday 27 September 2013
✖ John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston MA
✖ In partnership with John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and Lemuel Shattuck Hospital
✖ Co-sponsored by John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Lemuel Shattuck Hospital,
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health + New England Aids Education and Training Center
✖ Additional support from the University of Massachusetts.
Opening remarks✖ Jim Campbell, NEAHOF chair, will welcome health care providers, social workers, activists and advocates to a day focused on the triumphs and struggles experienced by all who are affected by Hiv/Aids.
✖ NEAHOF has reached out to the NAMES Project in the hopes that we might display a piece of the AIDS quilt to honor and celebrate the lives of those who are no longer with us.
Presentations:✖ Hiv Epidemiology and Statistics: A national perspective, Amy C. Justice, MD, MSc, PhD, Yale School of Medicine
✖ Aging with Hiv: The long-term picture, recent advances, Jonathan S. Appelbaum, MD, Assoc Professor + Education Dir, Internal Medicine, Florida State University
✖ Hiv and Cancer, Eric A. Engels, MD, MPH, Sr Investigator, The National Cancer Institute
✖ Hepatitis Update, Heath and Human Services representative, to be announced
✖ Affordable Care Act & Ryan White Update, Robert Greenwald, JD, Dir, Center for Health Law & Policy Innovation, Harvard Law School
✖ Integrated Care Organizations, Robin Callahan, Deputy Medical Dir of Policy & Programs, National Academy for State Health Policy
✖ Elder Services in Various Communities: A panel discussion on growing older with HIV, moderated by John Mazzullo, MD, Tufts Medical Center
✖ Working with Communities of Color, Chioma Nnaji, Dir of Programs, Multicultural AIDS Coalition