HIV NOW: Addressing the Changing Landscape
Date: Mar 14, 2018 8:30 pm
The LGBTQ STUDY GROUP of the William Alanson White Institute presents
Addressing the Changing Landscape
Presenters: Hugo Ayala, B.S. & Eric Yarbrough, M.D.
from Callen-Lorde Community Health Center
Wed. March 14, 2018
William Alanson White Institute
$95 for year-long attendance
$15 for one-time attendance
**Pizza and prosecco will be served.**
**All are welcome to attend.**
RSVP to Eugenio Duarte (Chair): email@example.com
During this timely workshop, our presenters will be examine the dynamic reasons for preferring certain sex acts over others, like chemsex, given the advent of PrEP. They will also examine condomless sex and its appeal to certain individuals, and how PrEP is changing attitudes about sex and sexuality. Given the predominance of shame surrounds HIV and PrEP, what role should a therapist play in discussing sex and offering direct advice?
Eric Yarbrough’s educational background started by being trained at the University of Alabama School of Medicine. After receiving his medical degree, he completed a psychiatry residency at St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital in New York City. Eric’s career goals have been focused on the LGBTQ population, working both as president of AGLP: The Association of LGBTQ Psychiatrists and Director of Psychiatry at Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, one of the largest LGBTQ Medical Centers in the world.
Hugo Ayala is a community health education specialist and public health educator with 10 years of experience working in sexual health and chronic illness management, particularly with the LGBT community. Hugo received a B.S. in Community Health Education from the University of North Carolina Wilmington, and then proceeded with their graduate studies at the University of North Carolina Gillings School Of Global Public Health. Hugo currently works at Callen-Lorde Community Health Center as the Patient Education Specialist. Prior to Callen-Lorde, Hugo worked as a Health Education Specialist and Curriculum Development Specialist for the Ryan White/AIDS Institute Case Management and Health Education Services (CHES) Program, where they provided HIV/AIDS technical and program support to other non-profit organizations across NYC such as Housing Works, CAMBA, and The William F. Ryan Community Health Network