Posts Tagged ‘webinar’

More About MATTERS: Webinar & Panel Discussion

Monday, August 22nd, 2022

September 7, 1-2pm – New York MATTERS is a statewide referral network that has connected over 1,000 individuals to essential medications for opioid use disorder and additional support services. They have developed an electronic referral platform (hosted by the New York State Department of Health) to efficiently refer patients with opioid use disorder from emergency departments along with OB/GYN offices, correctional facilities, inpatient units, pre-hospital settings, etc. to community-based clinics. The app is now available in the Apple and Google Play stores, helping to connect patients, providers, first responders, and community organizations.

Panelists include:
Caleigh Loughran, NYSDOH Program Manager
Matthew Fallico, MSW, NYSDOH Program Coordinator
Sarah Santos, Hudson Valley Regional Care Coordinator with HVCS
Emily Payne, MSPH, NYSDOH Epidemiologist & Data Evaluator

Join and learn more about this program. The panel will briefly describe its roots and reasons for its
success and growth beyond borders and beyond its technical platform. We will explore the data-driven
lessons learned from the growth of the program, the role of community partners and regional care
coordinators, and how it all dovetails with SEPs and Health Hubs. We are hosting this webinar as a meeting format to encourage dialogue and collaboration throughout. This webinar is free to attend.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Webinar Registration for POZ at Home: Coping With COVID-19 and HIV

Friday, May 29th, 2020

On Monday, June 1, 2020 at 7:00 pm EST, POZ Magazine is hosting a webinar entitled “POZ at Home – Coping With COVID-19 and HIV.” This webinar is free. Register at

This event is being produced by POZ At Home.


Mark S. King
Award-winning blogger, author, speaker and HIV/AIDS advocate
Mark S. King is an award-winning blogger, author, speaker and HIV/AIDS advocate who has been involved in HIV causes since testing positive in 1985. His blog, My Fabulous Disease, has been nominated for five consecutive GLAAD Media Awards (2015-2020) and was awarded the National Lesbian and Gay Journalist Association’s “Excellence in Blogging” honor in 2014 and 2016.

Venita Ray
Deputy Director @PWN-USA
Venita Ray is the deputy director of PWN-USA. She previously served on the organization’s Board of Directors and has more than 20 years of experience working in underserved communities on social justice issues including affordable housing, environmental justice, health care and HIV.

Charles Sanchez
HIV+ Writer, Performer, Director and Activist
Charles Sanchez is a gay, HIV+ writer, performer, director and activist living in New York City. He is one of the co-founders of Skipping Boyz Productions, and conceived, writes and stars in the musical comedy web series, Merce, which was named Best HIV/AIDS Content at America’s Rainbow Film Festival in 2016 and won the Audience Award for Short Film at the 2017 Kaleidoscope Film Festival.

Webinars on HIV & Medicaid, Viral Suppression & PrEP Now Available Any Time

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

Exciting news for service providers or anyone interested in learning more about complex HIV-related issues! Our Regional Training Center now has archived webinar trainings available online, so you can catch up on the latest protocols at your convenience. All archived trainings are available for the public free of charge at any time. Check out our brand-new page of archived webinars and learn something new! If you need any additional information, please call (914) 785-8278.

All trainings are free and open to the public.

New Webinar on Prevention and HIV-Positive Clients Just Added!

Monday, December 30th, 2013

Register for this all-new online training offered by our Regional Training Center. It’s entirely free and in two short hours you’ll learn all about helping people living with HIV achieve behavioral changes that can prevent negative health outcomes for themselves and avoid transmission to others.


Prevention Strategies and HIV Positive Clients

January 10th, 2014, 10 am – 12 pm

This Webinar will allow participants to:

Define “primary” and “secondary” prevention in HIV;

Explore current “Best Practices” in Prevention with HIV-Positive clients presented by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention;

Examine the growing role of HIV treatment in the prevention of HIV transmission;

Discuss the importance of provider client relationship in addressing prevention issues with their HIV positive clients;

Review specific strategies for working with special populations; and

Examine prevention resources and be able to make referrals for prevention services.


Please note that this is a DUAL registration process. You must sign up at BOTH