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Empowerment Resource Center is delighted to announce the Exploring Realistic Expectations: The Implications of TasP, PrEP, and PEP symposium. As an integral part of our 2014 World AIDS Day campaign, the symposium is scheduled on December 3-4, 2014. The purpose of the symposium is to engage health professionals in an interactive, informative, and more accurate discussion about TaSP (Treatment as Prevention), PrEP (Pre-exposure Prophylaxis), and non-occupational PEP (Post Exposure Prophylaxis). As a part of our capacity building program component, the symposium will increase awareness of TaSP, PrEP, and PEP as additional tools in the arsenal to reduce HIV transmission.

Each year, our conference committee works diligently to surpass the quality, content, and expectations of the previous meeting. Our 2014 conference will be no exception as a matter of fact, we're very excited to offer an expanded meeting with 4 tracks of concurrent skill-building sessions and panel discussions targeting medical professionals (physicians and nurses with a special emphasis on infectious diseases), public health professionals, community health educators, members of academia, and other allied health professionals who serve vulnerable and medically underserved individuals.

For additional information, questions or concerns about the symposium, please contact:

Jessica Herrera
(404) 526-1145
          Lanie Kilpatrick
(404) 526-1142

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This conference will cover the TasP, PrEP, and PEP as biomedical HIV intervention strategies.

Infectious disease doctors, nurses, health educators, counselors, social workers, nurses working with high-risk populations.

Continuing Education Units Available.
  •  CNE for Nurses
  •  CME for Physicians

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