National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Tools and Preparation Webinar
This month, the Office of Minority Health Resource Center is offering a presentation about the March 20th, 2012 sixth annual National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NNHAAD).
The Office of Minority Health Resource Center announces a webinar series to build on the knowledge of staff, providers, employees and those that seek to end the spread of HIV by offering an easy, accessible and FREE training.
Webinar: National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Tools and Preparation
February 16, 2012, 1 – 2 p.m. EST
Abstract: This webinar will provide discussion that will include an overview of NNHAAD, important statistics, and also how to order and promote with materials so that we can all honor and prepare for this important day!
Collaborators on the NNHAAD day activities will be presenting. This webinar is part of a series.
Contact: Evonne Bennett-Barnes at firstname.lastname@example.org
This presentation also aims to provide:
- Overview and importance of NNHAAD
- Community Tools to use for a successful NNHAAD event
- Event Ideas and use of social media
- Ordering Materials and Important downloads/widgets
- Opportunity to learn about culturally appropriate CBA services
- Opportunity to learn about community events, both past and current
HIV continues to increase among Native people as it has over the past decade. This day will challenge us to work together, in harmony, to create a greater awareness of the risk of HIV/AIDS to our Native communities, to call for resources for testing and early detection and for increased treatment options, and to eventually decrease the occurrence of HIV/AIDS among Native people.