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UM Leadership HIV Summit--Preparing the Future

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UM Leadership HIV Summit—Preparing the Future

UM Carey Law Associate Dean Diane Hoffman, Professor Deborah Weimer and students join University President Jay Perman, MD; faculty and students from UMB’s five other professional schools; and community partners to launch a day-long exploration of how UMB can help eliminate HIV. 

The signature event draws heavily on the holistic approach of the Jacques Initiative, part of the UM School of Medicine’s Institute of Human Virology

When:                  Monday, April 12, 11:30 am – 7 pm

Where:                Southern Management Corporation Campus Center, 621 W. Lombard St

Free and open to the public.  Registration is required.  

Agenda

11:30am - Interactive Meet and Greet, Ballroom Breezeway, (Light lunch will be served)

Join President Perman, Dr. Gallo and the Deans to participate in interactive presentations by Preparing the Future students. Participants will sign-in for the Summit and be seated.

12:30pm - Summit Kick-Off, Welcome, introductions and goals of the day

Jamie L. Mignano, MSN, MPH & Derek E. Spencer, MSN, CRNP,JACQUES Initiative of the Institute of Human Virology

Remarks by Jay A. Perman, M.D. President, University of Maryland, Baltimore

A video will be shown to demonstrate a transformative and transferrable model for multi-disciplinary learning to empower emerging professionals to routinize HIV testing and linkage to care into future practice.

1:00pm - Keynote Speaker

Heather Hauck, MSW, Director, Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, Infectious Disease and Environmental Health Administration

“HOW can WE “Get to Zero?” The role of emerging professionals in achieving the goals of the National HIV and AIDS Strategy.

1:45pm  BREAK AND TRANSITION

2:00pm - Concurrent Workshop “Breakout” Sessions-Affinity Sessions

Each campus discipline will host a forum for faculty and students to identify how its profession can address the goals of the National HIV and AIDS Strategy and identify action items for achieving national goals.

3:10pm -Multi-Disciplinary Sessions-Using the knowledge and action items from the Affinity Sessions, multi-disciplinary teams will identify a strategy to facilitate National HIV and AIDS Strategy goals across the Five Pillars.

4:15pm - BREAK AND TRANSITION

4:30pm -  Pre-Town Hall Reception, Medical School Teaching Facility (MSTF), 2nd Floor Atrium (Buffet Style Meal will be served)

The campus and the community will unite to launch the university’s commitment to “Get to Zero.” Participants will exchange and reflect on their experiences from the first part of the day.

5:00pm - The Future Starts Now! – Interactive Town Hall Meeting, Medical School Teaching Facility, 2nd Floor Auditorium

Students, faculty, local experts and the community will engage in a panel discussion on strategies and models to reduce the prevalence of HIV in Baltimore by 25percent by 2015.

6:30pm -Dessert & Engagement, Medical School Teaching Facility (MSTF), 2nd Floor Auditorium (Dessert will be served)

Representatives will be available to actively enroll participants in opportunities for engagement.


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