Chicago HIV Breakfast Club 20th Anniversary: Recognzing the Past, Present and Future of HIV

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Date(s) - 06/01/2022
7:00 am - 9:30 am

Crowne Plaza Chicago West Loop

Learning Objectives
·    Review advancements in HIV treatment and care

·    Review challenges to HIV care in vulnerable populations impacted by HIV/AIDS

·    Discuss the Getting to Zero initiative

·    Discuss the future direction of HIV care and treatment

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Shanett Jones, MPH, MBA

MATEC Illinois Program Director

Catherine Creticos, MD

MATEC Illinois Clinical Director

Medical Director of Clinical Research and Director of Infectious Diseases, Howard Brown Health

Christian Castro, MA

Senior Manager-Getting to Zero Illinois

AIDS Foundation of Chicago

Maya Green, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Howard Brown Health

Norma Rolfsen, FNP, ACCRN

Adjunct Clinical Instructor

University of Illinois College of Medicine

Complimentary self-parking in hotel lot.

Please see COVID safety and cancellation policy below.

Cancellation Policy: If you register and you are unable to attend, we ask that you contact us at to cancel at least 3 business days prior to the program date. Please be aware that seating is very limited. No shows, or failing to cancel, denies other participants the opportunity to attend. Our funding is contingent upon participation, and we put forth a great effort to produce these programs for you. We appreciate your cooperation.

COVID Safety Policy: MATEC follows UIC’s safety protocols. We ask that you cancel your registration if you are feeling ill and have COVID-19 symptoms. You will be required to wear a mask, except during the time when you’re eating.

Continuing Education Information for Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Social Workers, or other professionals (Universal Credits) and Substance Abuse professionals: Oakton Community College/Alliance for Lifelong Learning/ Continuing Education for Health Professionals has approved this program for 1.5 hours. Continuing Education Credits for Nurses and Social Work are provided by Oakton Community College/ Alliance for Lifelong Learning/Continuing Education for Health Professionals. Oakton Community College is an approved sponsor of continuing education through the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. Oakton Community College will provide universal continuing education credits. One universal training hour is equal to one 60-minute clock hour. Substance abuse professionals may submit the universal certificate with a petition form from IAODAPCA in order to receive credits from IAODAPCA ( Participants must complete an evaluation form in order to receive credit.

Physician Assistants: Please request a certificate of attendance from MATEC (at no charge) that you can submit to AAPA ( for credit.