TAP-in: How EHE Jurisdictions Can Increase Uptake of Long Acting Injectables (LAIs) for HIV Treatment

Technical Assistance Provider Innovation Network (TAP-in)

LAIs can be a game-changer for ending the HIV epidemic. It is important for Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) Jurisdictions to consider how they can increase up take of LAIs as an important new tool for HIV treatment and identify and overcome potential barriers to access for hardest to reach populations.

Attendees will learn more about the efficacy of LAIs and hear from medical professionals and patients who have successfully navigated using LAIs.

By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:
  • Discuss the current science of LAIs for HIV treatment
  • Review patient and provider challenges and success stories with LAIs
  • Consider how EHE jurisdictions can increase uptake of LAIs without increasing health disparities
  • Identify training and TA needs and resources

Webinar Sections

 

Why Long-acting Injectables (LAIs), Evidence for LAIs (8:35)

An overview of potential advantages, the FDA approved LAI therapy, where are we now, demographics of trials, where are we going, how to avoid increasing health disparities.

Steps to Successful Implementation (22:26)

An overview of three patient perspectives.

Implementation Barriers and Facilitators (28:06)

An overview of experiences from South Florida

Panel Discussion (38:54)

An overview of HIV diagnoses in Orange County, Orange County Jail Linkage Program, Outcomes with Process Mapping, and outcome measures.

Readiness Assessment (49:06)

An overview of what clinics and jurisdictions can do.

Closing and Evaluation (52:37)

TAP-in Technical Assistance Offerings, How to Request TA, and closing.

Questions and Answers  (53:37)

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