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Kentucky Conferences

The Kentucky HIV/AIDS Conference

This annual conference, co-hosted by the Kentucky Department for Public Health and Heartland CARES Inc, in Paducah, Kentucky, is designed for health care and social service professionals who are involved in planning or providing prevention education or direct delivery of services to persons living with HIV/AIDS in Kentucky. It is also intended for people who are interested in improving the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS and those who are concerned about the impact HIV/AIDS plays in our communities.

This conference may be of special interest to physicians, nurses, nurse   practitioners, physician assistants, prevention specialists, health planners, social workers, counselors, certified health education specialists, pharmacists, administrators, correction officers, substance abuse counselors, caregivers, service providers, community members and others affected by HIV/AIDS either personally or professionally. For more information, please visit the Kentucky HIV/AIDS Conference website.

The Kentucky African American and Hispanic Leadership Conference

The annual African American and Hispanic Leadership Conference focuses on HIV/AIDS education, information dissemination, technical assistance, HIV Testing, and medical updates in efforts to mobilize the African American and Hispanic communities in Kentucky. Individuals from all walks of life are provided the skills and knowledge to return to their communities and implement interventions to stop the spread of HIV.

This conference is for anyone interested in stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS. Health care and social service professionals who are involved and/or planning direct delivery of services to persons living with HIV/AIDS, as well as persons who are interested in improving the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS. Leaders of all segments of the community particularly individuals who hold leadership positions in their neighborhood, school, youth group, public housing area, church or business are asked to attend to get information and gain the knowledge to mobilize their communities in the fight against HIV/AIDS. 

For more information, please visit the African American and Hispanic Leadership Conference website.

 

Last Updated 1/8/2008