10th Anniversary HIV & Aging Conference Presentations:

Charlotte's Journey
Charlotte Simms-Sattiewhite discusses her journey as an HIV+ woman, moderated by Roger Temme.
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“Healthy Boundaries for Patient and Provider Safety”
Dr. Carla Cheatham, MA, MDiv, PhD, TRT -- author of "Hospice Whispers: Stories of Life" and "Sharing Our Stories: A Hospice Whispers Grief Support Workbook" -- talks about how to best establish connections with the people we serve, while maintaining safe boundries.
- Watch the video here
- Download the PowerPoint presentation (PDF format)

Reflecting on 10 Years of HIV & Aging
Past conference chair Brandon Wollerson discusses how the conference has grown since its inception
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HIV/AIDS: Where We've Been and Where We're Going
Dr. David Wright take a look at advances in HIV and AIDS research during the past 40 years, and looks forward at what new advances are on the horizon.
- Watch the video here
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Implicit Bias and Inequities in Health
Jesús Ortega, LMSW
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Dr. Jacqueline M. Champlain
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2019 HIV & Aging Conference Presentations:

(all open as PDF format)

Local Assessments of HIV and Senior Adults
Charles Curry and Barry Waller, MSW - Austin LGBT Coalition on Aging

Ethics of HIV Service and Care
- Sharon Lund, DD - Speaker, Author, Publisher, and HIV Advocate
- Jacki Gethner, LMT - Speaker, Author, and Founder: Women Of A Certain Age

HIV and Comorbidities
Mary Ann Hoskins, RN - ASH+well

The Mind Body Connection: Mental Health, HIV, Aging and Wellness
Lisa Medina, LCDC - Mental health expert

Serving the LGBTQ Senior Population- Leading with Love and Its Competitive Advantage
- Lisa Daly, MAT - Director of In Home Care, Family Eldercare
- Cheryl Young, LCSW-S - Clinical Director/Program Manager, Family Eldercare In Home Counseling

2018 HIV & Aging Conference Presentations:
(all open as PDF format)

The History of AIDS in America and Its Moral and Ethical Issues
– Dr. David P. Wright, MD – Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin
– Claudella Wright, LBSW-IPR – Former Public Health Program Manager for the City of Austin Communicable Disease Program and Ryan White Quality Management Coordinator.

Resilience in Caregiving: Boundries and Self-Care for Clients’ Sake and Our Own
Rev. Dr. Carla Cheatham – Adjunct Professor at the Seminary of the Southwest, and Affiliate Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland
- Part 1
- Part 2
- Part 3

Speaking to the Silent Generation: Communicating Effectively with Older Adults
Annette Juba, LCSW – Deputy Director at AGE of Central Texas
- Part 1
- Part 2

Understanding and Overcoming Issues of Stigma Associated with HIV
Dr. Rose M. Pulliam – Clinical Assistant Professor at the Texas State University School of Social Work