The Boston University Medical Campus is uniting in conversation about the realities of HIV/AIDS. This three-part series of events covers everything from the tragic first years of the outbreak to where we are now. Our hope is that by remembering and broadening our understanding the beginning of AIDS, health professionals will be better equipped to understand the present reality of AIDS and combat stigma as they advocate for the improved health of all.
1985: Voices from the AIDS Crisis
When: Thursday, September 7th, 11 am – 12:15 pm
Where: 670 Albany Street Auditorium
What: Panel discussion accompanied by the presentation of 2 panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt.
This event has already occurred. A recording of the discussion is now available.
Living with HIV/AIDS: Lunch & Learn
When: Thursday, October 26th, 11:30 am – 1 pm
Where: Hiebert Lounge
What: Students from across the Medical Campus are invited to join in a conversation with consumers of HIV/AIDS services while enjoying a complimentary luncheon.
Registration is now open.
Exploring the Intersection of Homelessness, Behavioral Health, and HIV: In the Nation and Our Own Backyard
When: Friday, December 1
Where: Boston University Medical Campus
What: Professional Health Practitioners and Service Providers will engage in dialogue about the intersection of some of the most challenging aspects of health care today; treating an aging HIV/AIDS community, issues around housing, and behavioral health challenges.
Who: Professional Health Practitioners and Service Providers