Online Program


Wednesday, November 4, 2015: 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
This session will discuss the challenges of HIV AIDS globally especially in disenfranchised populations. Examples of best practices will be discussed which have made a significant impact in addressing these challenges and improving the lives of people living with HIV/ AIDS
Session Objectives: Describe approaches to lower the spread of HIV/AIDS. Discuss approaches that target high-risk populations and ensure HIV/AIDS services.

“The Cango Lyec Project – Healing the Elephant”: Comparisons of HIV, PTSD, and depression between former abductees compared to their non-abducted counterparts in post-conflict Northern Uganda   
Alden Blair, PhD. Candidate, Sheetal Patel, PhD., Achilles Katamba, PhD., Alex Oneka, Martin Ogwang, M.D., Lillian Tebere, Patrick Odong, M.D., Sam Malambas, PhD, Martin T Schechter, OBC MD PhD FRSC FCAHS, Herbert Muyinda, PhD, Margo Pearce, PhD; MSc; MPP; BA, Patricia M Spittal, PhD. and Nelson Sewankambo, PhD, MD
Economic Vulnerabilities and the Syndemic of Risky Sexual Behaviors, Alcohol Abuse and Violence In Rural Kenya   
Jennifer Kibicho, PhD, Patricia E. Stevens, RN, PhD, FAAN, Peninnah Kako, PhD, RN, Steven D. Pinkerton, PhD and Florine Ndakuya, BSN

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Organized by: International Health
Endorsed by: HIV/AIDS, Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs

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