Conference on HIV/AIDS survival scheduled May 25
The third annual South Texas AIDS Training for Mental Health Providers (STAT) Project conference, "A Second Life Agenda: HIV/AIDS in the Era of Extended Survival," is scheduled to take place from 8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, May 25, at the DoubleTree Hotel at Post Oak in Houston.
Drs. Cervando Martinez, associate dean for affiliated programs and continuing medical education, and Gail Williams, associate professor of family nursing care, will join experts from across the nation as presenters.
The conference is designed to provide a training opportunity for traditional and non-traditional mental health care providers who work with HIV-infected persons and those at risk in the era of extended survival.
Registration is $45. Meals and syllabi are guaranteed only to those who pre-register. The conference is sponsored by the Health Science Center's STAT Project, the Medical School and the School of Nursing in cooperation with The University of Texas-Houston Medical School's department of psychiatry and the AIDS Foundation of Houston.
For more information or to register, call the office of continuing medical education at ext. 7-4446.