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Creating Partnerships and Navigating the 'Culture of Corrections'

January 2014
Author: IHIP


The goal of Integrating HIV Innovative Practices (IHIP) is to enable health care providers to implement proven innovations within their own practices and clinics.

This Webinar was the first in a three part series featuring grantees of the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS), Enhancing Linkages to HIV Care & Services in Jail Settings Initiative (Jail Linkages Initiative). They shared lessons learned, and advice for others hoping to create or expand similar programs.

Explore how to secure buy-in and foster partnerships within correctional settings, as well as how to navigate the “culture of corrections.” Hannah Zellman of Philadelphia FIGHT, a SPNS Jail Linkages grantee, presented alongside Dr. Linda Rose Frank and Debra D’Alessandro of the PA/MidAtlantic AIDS Education and Training Center.  They discussed the work their organizations have done individually and collaboratively in the corrections setting.

Unfortunately due to technical difficulties encountered during this Webinar, no recording is available; however, the full slide set is made available below.

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