Date(s) - 10/01/2020
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Join researchers from George Washington University, Northwestern University and the University of Chicago to discuss their published study findings related to Chicago’s ongoing PrEP4Love social marketing and community mobilization campaign. Developed by members of the Illinois PrEP Working Group and launched in 2016, PrEP4Love continues to reach out to Black gay/bisexual men and Black cisgender and transgender women as well as other members of the Chicago community, such as Latinx individuals. Several papers have been published and presented in the past two years which reveal how well the campaign has performed, while offering ideas, insights and potential directions for next steps.
We hope you will join us for this interactive and dynamic Zoom “mini-conference” to hear what we’ve learned and discuss how we might take those lessons forward.
- Sarah K Calabrese, PhD, Assistant Professor in Departments of Psychological and Brain Sciences + Prevention and Community Health, GWU
- Gregory Phillips II, PhD, Assistant Professor in Departments of Medical Social Sciences and Preventive Medicine, Director of the Evaluation, Data Integration, and Technical Assistance (EDIT) Program, Northwestern University
- Jessi Dehlin, LCSW, Senior Manager of Center Growth & Development, University of Chicago
The webinar will also feature a panel that will provide commentary on the research findings. Audience participation will be enthusiastically encouraged.