IHAP TAC at the 2018 National Ryan White Conference
Join the IHAP TAC at the 2018 National Ryan White Conference, December 11-14. We’ll be presenting at three sessions, as well as hosting a Listening Session on Wednesday evening. Stop by booth #8 in the exhibit hall to talk with team members.
Wednesday, December 12 | 10:30 a.m. to noon | National Harbor 12/13
Attend this session to learn about key considerations for resource allocation in the context of integrated HIV prevention and care planning. The IHAP TAC will provide an overview of relevant legislative guidance and key findings from information gathering efforts. The session will conclude with an open discussion on jurisdictions’ resource allocation best practices and technical assistance needs.
Wednesday, December 12 | 5:30 to 7 p.m. | Chesapeake 7/8/9
The IHAP TAC team will facilitate this interactive session to discuss the guidance, development, and feedback process of the 2017-2021 Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plans to inform the guidance and feedback processes for the 2022-2026 Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plans.
Planning Together: Creating Synergy between Your Jurisdiction's GTZ/ETE Plan and the CDC HRSA Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan (12550)
Thursday, December 13 | 10:30 a.m. to noon | National Harbor 3
Join this workshop to explore how jurisdictions have coordinated their Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plans with local “End the [HIV] Epidemic” (ETE)/”Getting to Zero” (GTZ) plans. With facilitation by the IHAP TAC, presenters from the San Jose TGA and Massachusetts will share perspectives on how the plans interact in terms of community engagement, implementation strategies, and dissemination of the plan and progress to a wide array of stakeholders.
The Collaborative Integration of Prevention and Care: Planning Bodies, Funding, and Service Delivery (11044)
Thursday, December 13 | 1:30 to 3 p.m. | Maryland B 4/5/6
Attend this session to explore best practices for integrating prevention and care within health departments and planning bodies. Members of the recently formed Washington, DC Regional Planning Commission on Health and HIV (COHAH) will discuss the rationale for merging their prevention and care planning councils, steps to achieve this integration, and the benefits of the collaborative relationship between the Planning Body and Part A Recipient. The IHAP TAC will present challenges and promising practices from jurisdictions that have successfully integrated their HIV prevention and care programs within health departments and provide different models of funding procurement of care and prevention services within their jurisdictions.