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CIRA Talk: "Interrupting HIV Stigma in the Household Using Home HIV Testing Offers"
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This talk, presented by Dr. Luke Davis (Yale School of Public Health) and Dr. Mari Armstrong-Hough (NYU...

Using Rapid Qualitative Research Techniques to Identify Factors Impacting the Pace of Implementation
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Theory and practice of using rapid qualitative research methods to identify factors that affect the pace of the implementation of interventions.

Presenter: Traci Abraham, PhD; Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of...

Telehealth in HIV Prevention & Care: Emerging Approaches
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Remotely delivered healthcare services, already on the rise, grew with increasing urgency during the COVID-19 pandemic. Which of these services can and should continue as in-person restrictions subside? This panel organized by the New England HIV...

Risk Prediction Modeling: A Machine Learning Approach to Ending the HIV Epidemic
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Machine learning (ML) is increasingly being used in public health research and presents a novel opportunity to make advances in HIV prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. In this webinar, Dr. Zhou will provide an overview of ML approaches to...

CIRA Talk: "Lessons Learned Using Data to Care Approach for Improving the HIV Care Continuum in CT"
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Data to Care (D2C) is a strategy using public health surveillance data to identify and...

Addressing Heterogeneity and Adaptability in Multi-Component Implementation and HIV Interventions
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Description: Seminar on emerging frameworks for research on complex health interventions using examples related to HIV/AIDS.

Presenter: Brian S. Mittman, PhD; Research Scientist, Division of Health Services Research & Implementation...

CIRA Talk: "Are Key Populations Obtaining Equitable Access to HIV Services and Funding?"
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Key populations (KP)—including sex workers (SW), men who have sex with men (MSM), people who inject drugs (PWID), transgender individuals (TG) and prisoners--face greater risks of HIV infection than the general population. Given their relative...

Rapid Methods for Qualitative Implementation Science
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This webinar by Ashley Hagaman, MPH, PhD, Assistant Professor of Public Health, Yale School of Public Health, and the Yale Center for Methods in Implementation and Prevention Science, and Elizabeth Rhodes, MS, PhD, NIH K12 Scholar in...

CIRA Community Conversations - Can mindfulness promote the well-being of LGBTQ people?
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This is the second installment of CIRA's Community Conversations series, which highlights the real-world relevance of research in the domains of HIV, sexual health, LGBTQ health, and harm reduction. In conversation with Yale School of Public...

CIRA Community Conversations - Anal Pleasure and Health Research: A Conversation with Bryan Kutner
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An interactive talk and forum to discuss anal health, pleasure, and stigma research, facilitated by CIRA Community Advisory Board member Alberto Cifuentes, Jr., LMSW.