2011 Citywide World AIDS Day
World AIDS Day: Austin Remembers, Austin Responds was the city’s first-ever collaborative event to commemorate World AIDS Day. Led by local government, nonprofit, and community leaders, this day-long event included creative displays and dynamic presentations on current and cutting-edge topics for ALL interested audiences as well as professional continuing education workshops for registered nurses, social workers, and counselors (LPCs, LCDCs, & LMFTs). The day closed with a nondenominational remembrance service that was open to the community.
View the following PDF for an epidemiological update about the rates of HIV/AIDS in Travis County. 2011status-of-hiv-in-travis-county.pdf
This presentation was created and presented by Shannon Jones III, the Deputy Director for the Austin/Travis County Health & Human Services Department.
View the keynote speaker presentation entitled “HIV in African Americans Across the Life Span.” hiv-in-african-americans-across-the-life-span-bjohnson-presentation.pdf
This presentation was created and presented by Bethsheba Johnson, MSN, CNS, GNP-BC, AACRN, AAHIVS, Associate Medical Director of St. Hope Foundation, Incorporated in Houston, Texas
View the keynote speaker presentation entitled “Cutting Edge Medical Developments in HIV.” maldarelli-austin-2011-world-aids-day1.pdf
This presentation was created and presented by Frank Maldarelli, MD, PhD, National Cancer Institute NIH in Bethesda, MD