Register Now – Live with Leadership: HIV and Aging Challenge
On Tuesday, January 10th, the HHS Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy (OIDP) is hosting a Live with Leadership conversationExit Disclaimer with the Administration for Community Living (ACL) to discuss federal initiatives to address the needs of people aging with HIV and long-term survivors.
A focus of the conversation will be OIDP and ACL’s partnership on two recently released HIV and Aging Challenges, which are now accepting applications: the “Innovations for Needs of People Aging with HIV/Long-term Survivors in Urban Communities” and the “$500,000 Rural HIV and Aging Challenge”.
The conversation will be moderated by Kaye Hayes, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Infectious Disease and the Director of OIDP and panelists include:
- Timothy P. Harrison, PhD, Principal Deputy Director of OIDP, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- Edwin Walker, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Aging, ACL, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
The session will be held from 2:00–2:30pm ET on Tuesday, January 10th.
The “Innovations for Needs of People Aging with HIV/Long-Term Survivors in Urban Communities” challenge and the “$500,000 Rural HIV and Aging Challenge” are national prize competitions seeking innovative and effective solutions that address the needs of people aging with HIV and long-term survivors in urban and rural communities, respectively, particularly among racial and ethnic minorities and LGBTQ+ populations.
For questions related to the challenges, please email HIVAgingChallenge@hhs.gov.
This Live with Leadership conversation provides an opportunity to hear directly from key HHS leaders with expertise in HIV and aging coming together on one platform to discuss HIV, aging, and new and ongoing work to further the goals of the Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. (EHE) initiative.
Registration is required for the Live with Leadership session. This event is open to everyone. Please note capacity is limited, so registerExit Disclaimer early! This webinar will be recorded and will be available after the session for those unable to attend.
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