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  1. 252 reads In this Campaign we have explored how to retain patients in care. In this presentation, David Thompson of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration will discuss how federally funded mental health programs are actively working to...
    Event on 05/29/2013

  2. 343 reads Dr. Moupali Das of the San Francisco Department of Health will describe viral suppression for a non-clinical audience. The presentation will include a discussion of why viral suppression is the ultimate goal of the in+care Campaign and will drill...
    Event on 05/21/2013

  3. Webcasts from the in+care campaign, a quality management initiative to bring patients back to care and keep others from falling out of care. 661 reads Webinars and Training Tuesday, March 25, 2014 National Quality Center Peer Programs Engagement in Care...
    Library Resource published on 03/24/2014

  4. 282 reads Presentation of the peer-based Strategic Peer-Enhanced Care and Treatment Retention Model (SPECTRuM) initiative. SPECTRuM is an acuity-based program that identifies HIV-positive individuals with high levels of need, and provides these individuals...
    Event on 10/17/2013

  5. 232 reads Review of the connection between mental health and retention in HIV/AIDS care. Presenter Kevin Moore of AIDS Care Group in Philadelphia focuses on miscommunication between medical and behavioral providers that leaves patients in vulnerable...
    Library Resource published on 01/09/2013

  6. 649 reads Agenda Chinazo Cunningham, MD of the Montefiore Medical Center will walk participants through issues important to consider when serving patients struggling with substance abuse. If you have specific questions you would like answered in this...
    Event on 07/31/2012

  7. 211 reads   Review of the powerful partnerships that form when people living with HIV/AIDS and providers join together to improve retention. Session presents the Partners in+care tookit for engaging and retaining people living with HIV/AIDS in care,...
    Library Resource published on 06/27/2012

  8. 249 reads Barriers and faciliatators to engaging women with HIV/AIDS in care from the Positive Women's Network, followed by a panel discussion. Webinar/Online Event Engagement in Care Quality Management...
    Event on 10/08/2013

  9. 318 reads Preliminary results and lessons learned from two key linkage and re-engagement programs operating in greater Los Angeles. Participants will learn about Project Engage and the Navigation Program and how these initiatives are helping clients improve...
    Event on 03/05/2014

  10. 535 reads Transgender individuals face many barriers to care. This webcast will review study results on how transgender client gaps in HIV/AIDS care are narrowing. Webinar/Online Event Engagement in Care Transgender Quality Management...
    Event on 11/12/2013

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