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Grand Rounds: Scaling up PrEP for Adolescents and Youth in Our Community - Can We Do It?

Date: December 4, 2019
Location: Main Hospital - Auditorium, 2nd floor

111 Michigan Avenue NW

Washington

Four speakers – Megan Coleman, DNP, MSN, FNP-BC; Faith Mitchell, M.P.H. graduate student; Kathy Ferrer, M.D., AAHIVS; and Nara Lee, LICSW – discuss PrEP for community adolescents and youth during the 2019 World AIDS Day lecture.

Moderator Natella Rakhmanina, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.A.P., FCP, AAHIVS, is Director of HIV Services & Special Immunology Services at Children's National Hospital.

More about the panelists:

  • Megan Coleman, DNP, MSN, FNP-BC, is Director of Community Research and Family Nurse Practitioner at Whitman-Walker Health.
  • Faith Mitchell, a M.P.H. graduate student at Howard University, is a community health educator who serves as the Prevention Program Coordinator at Whitman-Walker Health.
  • Kathy Ferrer, M.D., AAHIVS, is an attending faculty physician in the Hospitalist Medicine Division and Special Immunology Services, Division of Infectious Diseases, at Children’s National Hospital.
  • Nara Lee, LICSW, is a social worker manager and PrEP Case Manager with HIVC Services at Children’s National Hospital.

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