2014 Chesapeake Chapter Annual Conference

2014 Chapter Annual Conference


Local Trends and Community Engagement: Update on Maryland's HIV Epidemic

September 30, 2014 / 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Southern Management Conference Center / University of Maryland / Baltimore

Mark your calendars for the 2014 Chesapeake Chapter Annual Conference. The focus will be on innovative programs to monitor trends and engage the community in prevention and linkage to care.

Stay tuned for more details and how to register. Get the latest updates at www.facebook.com/marylandanac (don't forget to like us!) and www.marylandanac.org


  • The leading edge of Baltimore's epidemic
  • Impact of incarceration on HIV transmission and treatment
  • Transgender health and HIV with a focus on the Transgender Action Group
  • The PrEP Working Group
  • Rural Maryland challenges and interventions
  • Engaging faith-based communities in linkage to care
  • Social media in HIV education, prevention and treatment
  • Action through policy and community engagement

We have a fantastic group of speakers representing clinical practice, public health, community organizing, research and national ANAC. Please join us to hear their experience and insights in working with high-impact communities and effective programs. 


Jacky M. Jennings, PhD, MPH

Assoc. Director General Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, Bayview Medical Center

Director of the Center for Child and Community Health Research, Johns Hopkins University


Jamal Hailey, MA

Director of Programs, STAR TRACK

University of Maryland


Tonia C. Poteat, PhD, MPH, PA-C

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Senior Technical Advisor for Key Populations, Office of the US Global AIDS Coordinator


Derek Spencer, CRNP

Executive Director, Jacques Initiative

University of Maryland Institute of Human Virology


Brenda Windemuth, DNP, CRNP

University of Maryland School of Nursing


Jennifer Stewart, PhD, RN

Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing

Erin Donovan
Executive Director, Hope Springs


Joyell Arscot, BSN, RN

Duke University School of Nursing


Kathleen Derr, RN, BSN

Nursing Program Manager, Communicable Disease and Emergency Preparedness

Worcester County Health Department


Carole Treston, RN, MPH

Chief Nursing Officer ANAC

Hope to see you there!

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For more information, contact: info@marylandanac.org
*The Chesapeake Chapter of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care


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