CAEAR

Join NACCHO and CAEAR Coalition’s New Ryan White Part A Community of Practice

Nov 20, 2020 | Andrea Grenadier

NACCHO and the CAEAR Coalition are launching a Ryan White Part A Community of Practice for Part A jurisdictions to have a space to share best practices, discuss program and policy strategies, and determine current barriers to implementing effective HIV interventions. This CoP will focus on local health department staff who are part of a Ryan White Part A jurisdiction.

Time commitment and frequency: Each LHD commits to the CoP for a minimum of a year (January 2021-December 2021). One staff person may attend each meeting and the staff person may vary depending on the topic. The CoP will meet every other month for one-hour discussion sessions, which will be held via a Zoom conference line. An initial 1.5-hour kickoff call will be held in January to introduce group members, establish group norms, plan discussion topics, and identify group activities.

To join this new CoP, click here: https://bit.ly/334Qy5X For more information, contact Latisia Grant, Senior Program Analyst, HIV, STI, & Viral Hepatitis, at lgrant@naccho.org or via phone: 202.783.1418.


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