The following podcasts were developed to increase the knowledge and skills of providers working with clients, regardless of HIV status, concerned about HIV prevention issues. Click on the title of the podcast to access the link.
Social Determinants of Health Podcast
This podcast provides an introduction to the concept of social determinants of health and its relevance to current approaches to HIV treatment as prevention. Alice Gandelman, MPH, Director of the California STD / HIV Prevention Training Center, provides definitions of relevant terms and discusses why a deep understanding of social determinants of health is essential to anyone working in HIV prevention and care today. Click here for a text transcript.
This podcast is designed to increase providers' abilities to identify and refer clients who may be suffering from major depression. The podcast was originally geared towards CRCS providers but is applicable to all HIV prevention and care providers, particularly those who are not licensed mental health professionals. For resource materials, enter the search term Depression Podcast in the Text box on the Resources Search Page
This podcast provides an overview of some important considerations for HIV prevention and care providers when working with transgender clients around HIV prevention issues. For resource materials, enter the search term Transgender Podcast in the Text box on the Resources Search Page
Prevention with Positives: Overview Podcast
This podcast provides a brief overview of the most important psychosocial issues for providers to keep in mind when working with HIV positive clients around prevention issues.
Prevention with Positives: Stigma Podcast
This podcast is designed to heighten provider awareness of the ways in which HIV-related stigma can impact the prevention efforts of someone living with HIV.
Prevention with Positives: Disclosure
This podcast is designed to increase provider awareness of the complex issues faced by HIV positive clients as they consider disclosing their status to loved ones, potential partners, or others in their community. The podcast also addresses the personal barriers providers may encounter when discussing this potentially emotional and value-laden topic.
Keynote Address by George Ayala, PsyD, Executive Officer of the Global Forum on MSM and HIV (MSMGF)
This podcast is a recording of the keynote address given at the Enhancing CBA: A Best Practices Summit, February 22, 2011, Oakland, CA
Keynote Address by Greg Millett, MPH, Senior Policy Advisor in the White House Office of National AIDS Policy
This podcast is a recording of the keynote address given at the Enhancing CBA: A Best Practices Summit, March 9, 2011, Washington, DC