SYNChronicity convenes clinicians, service providers, government officials, community-based organization staff, fiscal managers, consumers, and youth, among others, to address HIV, HCV, and LGBT health through education, training, networking, and resource sharing. Together, participants “SYNC” across systems, data, programs, models, interventions, and policies to create targeted solutions within a dynamic health care environment.
Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with over 1,000 colleagues nationwide at SYNC 2018, which will be held in Arlington, Virginia. This year’s conference will include five plenary sessions and seven tracks:
The Black Women’s Health Track bolsters programming and interventions addressing health issues among Black women.
The HCV Health Track syncs strategies to facilitate engagement in HCV testing and cure therapy in at-risk communities.
The LGBT Health Track details best practices to sync HIV/STD and HIV and HCV prevention and treatment among LGBT individuals.
The MSM of Color Health Track identifies strategies to increase retention and engagement in health services among MSM of Color.
The Preventative Health Track integrates public health and primary care in delivering preventative services.
The Systems Health Track helps HIV organizations move from from compliance to sustainability with federal grants, revenue building, and strategic thinking within the new healthcare landscape.
The Youth Health Track identifies vulnerabilities associated with youth health needs, with an emphasis on transgender youth.