Helping Youth Know Their HIV Status

Description

What Works in Youth HIV hosted a webinar in observance of the 2016 National HIV Testing Day. The National HIV/AIDS Strategy emphasizes HIV testing as the first step to addressing the HIV epidemic. Given that 44 percent of youth ages 18 to 24 years living with HIV did not know they had HIV, it is imperative that youth service providers have strategies for getting youth tested and linked to care. During this webinar, presenters covered HIV testing guidelines, recruitment strategies, and youth engagement.

    Presenters

    • Nicole Liddon, PhD, Senior Health Scientist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    • Jillian Casey, MPH, Senior Manager, Prevention at the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors
    • Justin T. Rush, JD, Nicholas A. Rango Fellow in Health Equity at the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors
    • Samantha Kwiatkowski, MPH, CHES, Senior Prevention & Training Consultant at the Florida (Duval County) Department of Health
    Presentation Resource

    WWYH hosted a webinar on 6/22/16 to provide information on Helping Youth Know Their HIV Status. These are the slides to accompany the webinar recording and transcript.

    Presentation Resource

    WWYH hosted a webinar on 6/22/16 to provide information on Helping Youth Know Their HIV Status. This is the transcript to accompany the webinar recording and slides.

    Page last updated: July 2017