Date(s) - 12/12/2017
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) Quality Management Webinar Series
Getting to Zero (GTZ):
Building the Path Forward with a Statewide HIV Elimination Plan
Erik Glenn, MSW
Executive Director, Chicago Black Gay Men’s Caucus
- Examine and review the GTZ Framework, its development process, and upcoming GTZ Action Plan
- Apply service experience in discussion of practices necessary to achieve GTZ primary goals
- Assemble essential strategies necessary to achieve GTZ primary goals (at various intervention levels)
- Learn about ongoing opportunities for individuals and organizations to continue participating in the GTZ Action Plan process
In July 2016, a small group of people living with HIV, advocates, service providers, and government officials met to explore a plan to dramatically impact the course of the HIV epidemic in Illinois. Participants agreed that it was critical to explore a Getting to Zero (GTZ) plan for Illinois. To kick off the process, the group set up teams to gather community input, engage key stakeholders, and develop a framework for the plan. The result of this year-long project is the Getting to Zero Framework. Now that the framework is in place, the focus is now to conduct a broad-based community effort to gather input to inform the GTZ Action Plan. Join our webinar to be a part of this effort.
Tuesday, December 12, 2017 11:00 AM –12:00 PM
Webinar Information: This will be an interactive webinar (registrants will receive further details about connecting to Adobe Connect link for the webinar in their confirmation email notice). For questions, please contact Estela Balderas at 312.996.1484 or firstname.lastname@example.org.