Human Mobility & HIV Workshop
Global Patterns, New Research Methodologies, and Implications for Interventions and Communities
May 24th from 12:00 pm – 4:30 pm EDT
May 25th from 11:00 am – 3:30 pm EDT
The world’s displaced populations are at record highs, human trafficking is increasingly a global problem, and migration pressures are increasing for many, particularly those living in the lowest-resource settings. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) will convene a virtual workshop on human mobility in diverse global populations. Topics will include:
- Methodological approaches to understanding mobility patterns
- Lessons learned from humanitarian settings
- Implications for the development of HIV interventions
The workshop will bring together a diverse set of researchers and advocates to share knowledge and lessons learned and to evaluate the state of the science and identify future research directions.
The workshop is free and will be viewable via webcast. Register today!
Please send programmatic questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Researchers, healthcare providers, advocates, and members of the public interested in understanding, preventing, and treating HIV in mobile communities.
Scientific Co-chairs: Holly Campbell-Rosen, PhD (NIMH) and Carol Camlin, PhD, MPH (University of California, San Francisco)
Co-organizers: Greg Greenwood, PhD, MPH (NIMH) and Collene Lawhorn, PhD (NIMH)