Alcohol and HIV are part of our community. Whether we drink frequently, abstain altogether, or are somewhere in between, alcohol use impacts us all, regardless of HIV status.
This public forum explored how alcohol affects HIV risk and HIV health, and how our city is addressing “the forgotten drug” in the context of HIV/AIDS.
This forum was held on Thursday, February 16, 2012 at the LGBT Center in San Francisco.
Download the executive summary of the forum (221KB PDF)
Featured panelists include:
Susan Buchbinder, MD
Director of Research, HIV Prevention Section, SFDPH
Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, UCSF
Michael D. Siever, PhD
Director of Behavioral Health Services, San Francisco AIDS Foundation
Owner, The Lookout
Moderated by E. Maxwell Davis, PhD, MSSA
Assistant Professor, CSU East Bay
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