Research shows that African American students live with HIV more commonly than their primarily Caucasian counterparts. Historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) educate millions of learners, positioning these entities to enact greater strategies to counter HIV acquisition and spread. This workshop describes an innovative partnership to address such factors at HBCUs.
- Discuss HIV prevention educational opportunities at HBCUs through academic and community-based partnerships.
- Evaluate anticipated benefits of an HIV prevention research (HPR) training module to HBCU student engagement.
- Explore considerations for expansion of HPR training module deliveries to wider HBCU student audiences.