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Webinar Series: Social Determinants of Health and the Impact on Survivors and People Living with HIV

This series is an excellent opportunity for advocates who want to gain an understanding on how our surrounding environment impact our healthcare and risk of violence.

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Webinar Series: Social Determinants of Health and the Impact on Survivors and People Living with HIV
Webinar Series: Social Determinants of Health and the Impact on Survivors and People Living with HIV

Time & Location

13 ene 2022, 3:30 p. m. – 4:15 p. m. GMT-5

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About the Event

The NNEDV Positively Safe team, in partnership with Black Women’s Blueprint and SisterLove, Inc is excited to announce an upcoming three-part webinar series, on social determinants of health and the impact on survivors and people living with HIV. This series is an excellent opportunity for advocates who want to gain an understanding on how our surrounding environment impact our healthcare and risk of violence.

We will begin with an overview on social determinants of health and understanding the key areas and its impact on anti-violence work, then will move on to discuss how specific marginalized communities are impacted, and will finish off with understanding how survivors living with HIV will have an increased impact of social determinants of health and how advocates can use this information in their work.

Introduction to Social Determinants of Health

Thursday January 13, 3:30-4:15 PM EST

This webinar will provide an introduction on social determinants of health and understand the key areas surrounding it including economic stability, education access, health care access, neighborhood and built environment, social and community context. We then will explore how these key areas impact anti-violence work.

Social Determinants of Health’s Impact on Marginalized Communities

Wednesday February 16, 3:30-4:15 PM EST

This webinar will discuss and provide examples on how social determinants of health directly impact marginalized groups including women, LGBTQ+ folks, BIPOC communities, and people living with HIV.

Understanding the Intersection and the Increased Impact of Social Determinants of Health

Thursday March 10, 3:30-4:15 PM EST

This webinar will address how living at the intersection of being a survivor of domestic violence and living with HIV increases the impact of social determinants of health. We then will discuss how advocates can apply this knowledge in their work with survivors.

Registration: https://nnedv.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_zRJVKvjaSyGqNe9JrO2QnA

If you have any questions, please email dvhiv@nnedv.org

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