Addressing Hepatitis C and HIV in Urban Indian Health

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Listening Session: Eliminating Hepatitis C and HIV in Indian Country: A Focus on Urban Indian Health

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December 10, 2019 from 2:30pm - 4:00pm EST

  • In-Person: Kaiser Family Foundation, Barbara Jordan Conference Center, 1330 G St NW, Washington, DC 20005
  • Online: For those who are unable to join in person, a virtual platform will be provided upon registration.

HIV HEP C

The National Council of Urban Indian Health will provide a forum and a platform for the Urban Indian Health Programs across the United States to express their community’s circumstances, needs, perspective and interests before the Indian Health Service corresponding officials diligently working to support the Eliminating Hepatitis C and HIV in Indian Country Initiative.

Agenda

2:30 PM Welcome Francys Crevier, Executive Director, NCUIH
2:40 PM Update from Indian Health Service on HIV/HCV Prevention and Treatment Rick Haverkate, National HIV/AIDS & Hep C Program Director, IHS
2:50 PM Overview of Current Status of HIV/HCV Prevention and Treatment at Urban Indian Organizations Moderators: Kimberly Fowler, Director of Technical Assistance and Research Center and Julia Dreyer, Director of Federal Relations, NCUIH
2:55 PM Clinical Overview from Oklahoma City Indian Health Clinic Robyn Sunday-Allen, CEO
Dr. Danica Brown, Clinical Pharmacist
3:10 PM Community Support Kerry Hawk Lessard, Executive Director, Native American Lifelines
3:15 PM Policy Overview Walter Murillo, CEO, Native Health
3:20 PM Dialogue Moderators: Kimberly Fowler, Director of Technical Assistance and Research Center and Julia Dreyer, Director of Federal Relations, NCUIH
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Past Events

Webinar: Ending the HIV and HCV Epidemics in Indian Country: An Urban Perspective

December 5, 2019

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final hiv hcv webinar

NCUIH hosted a webinar advance of the listening session to learn about Ending the HIV and HCV Epidemics in Indian Country: An Urban Perspective, with speakers from the HIV/AIDS Program within the Indian Health Service.  This will serve as an introduction and review of comprehensive prevention, linkage-to-care, treatment management, and emerging policy regarding the two conditions.