WEBINAR • Mommies, Babies, and HIV: How Community Collaboration Leads to Positive Outcomes (03/29/2017)

The Perinatal HIV Prevention Program at the USF Center for HIV Education and Research is proud to offer this video on the challenges and success related to the care of the HIV positive pregnant woman and her HIV exposed infant. This webinar will highlight the importance of community collaboration to achieve a positive outcome for both mother and baby.

Presented by

Beth M. Sudduth, M.P.H., HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program Manager, Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County

Holly Beaver, R.N., Perinatal Nurse Coordinator, USF

WEBINAR • Women’s Readiness to Disclose HIV Status to Family (12/16/2016)

Results from a recent disclosure intervention study designed to help HIV-positive men and women disclose their status to family members will be presented by Julianne Serovich, Dean of the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences at USF. Women’s data from the baseline session of the intervention will be discussed, paying special attention to those factors that are associated with women’s disclosure decisions.

 

WEBINAR • Protecting Your Patient, Her Baby, and Yourself (10/06/2016)

The Perinatal HIV Prevention Program at the USF Center for HIV Education and Research is proud to offer this video on what physicians, mothers, and other medical professionals can do in order to prevent HIV transmission from mother to baby.

Presented by

Millie Leach, R.N.
Program Manager
USF Center for Education and Research
Perinatal HIV Prevention Program