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RECORDINGS OF OUR MONTHLY CAB MEETINGS
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, our monthly community advisory board meetings transitioned to the ZOOM platform, which has brought us challenges, but also afforded us many opportunities. One advantage is that we could record our meetings to make them available everyone who might want to learn more about a specific topic. Below are the videos of the meetings we recorded, in chronological order from the first meeting on HIV and COVID-19 in March 2020 to the present.
If you would like to receive the email invitation to our monthly meetings, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with your email address.
MARCH 2020 - COVID-19 & HIV: WHAT WE KNOW, WHAT WE DON'T KNOW & WHAT YOU CAN DO TO STAY SAFE
APRIL 2020 - THREE COVID-19 TREATMENT STUDIES
JUNE 2020 - CLOSING OUR COVID-19 STUDY
JULY 2020 - UPDATE FROM AIDS 2020
SEPTEMBER 2020 - THE ACTIV-2 STUDY FOR EARLY COVID-19
NOVEMBER 2020 - COVID19, HIV
JANUARY 2021 -
FOR PEOPLE WITH HIV
FEBRUARY 2021 -
THE SLIM LIVER
MARCH 2021 - UPDATE FROM CROI 2021
APRIL 2021 - CANNABIS USE IN PEOPLE WITH HIV
MAY 2021 - IMPACT
OF COVID-19 ON PERSONS
LIVING WITH HIV
IN WESTERN WASHINGTON
JUNE 2021 - UNDERSTANDING WHY SOME PEOPLE GAIN EXCESSIVE WEIGHT TAKING NEWER HIV MEDS
JULY 2021 - The GET IT RIgHT STUDY FOR TRANSGENDER WOMEN & A COHORT STUDY ON POST-INTERVENTION CONTROL
SEPTEMBER 2021 -
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
RENAMING OUR CLINIC
WAITING FOR THE OTHER SHOE: TALKING ABOUT TREATMENT INTERRUPTIONS WITH PEOPLE WHO LIVED THROUGH THEM
NOVEMBER 2021 - REDUCING RISK OF ANAL CANCER IN PEOPLE WITH HIV: RESULTS FROM THE ANCHOR STUDY
WILL ANTIBODIES + ART DURING ACUTE HIV = HIV CONTROL?
CURE HEADLINES FROM
ARE WE FACING A SILVER TSUNAMI?
TREATING CMV IN PEOPLE
WHAT IF THERE WERE A DRUG TO HELP YOU QUIT METH?
PREVENTING HIV LATENCY AT THE START OF ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY
WHAT'S NEW: COMMUNITY UPDATE FROM CROI 2023
GATHERING DATA ABOUT TPOXX in ADULTS AND CHILDREN WITH MONKEYPOX
COMMUNITY HIV CLINICIANS' PERCEPTIONS OF HIV CURE-RELATED RESEARCH IN THE NORTHWESTERN UNITED STATES
REDUCING INFLAMMATION IN PEOPLE WITH HIV
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