Effective Interventions

Effective Interventions
Women Involved in Life Learning from Other Women (WILLOW)
Event Details
Event Type:
Face to face
Coordinator:
DLH DANYA INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Description:
The WILLOW intervention is a social-skills building and educational intervention for adult women living with HIV. It consists of 4 four-hour sessions which are delivered by two trained adult female facilitators, one of whom is a woman living with HIV.
Component:
Prevention with HIV-Positive Persons
Content Area:
Behavioral, structural, and/or biomedical interventions (including interventions focused on treatment adherence) for HIV-positive persons and HIV-discordant couples at risk for transmitting HIV
Objectives:
Use the WILLOW intervention package to plan, implement, and facilitate the WILLOW intervention with fidelity to the core elements and intervention materials. Describe the two behavioral theories that underlie the WILLOW intervention. Identify the eight core elements and seven key characteristics of the WILLOW intervention.
Target Audience(s):
Trainers/Educators, Faith-Based Organizations, Health Department Staff, HIV Planning Group, Community Partners, Correctional Facility Staff, Health Care Providers, Directors Managers and Supervisors, CDC Directly Funded CBO Staff, Indirectly Funded CBO Staff
Session Details
Start Date:
Tuesday, November 14, 2017 08:30 AM
End Date:
Friday, November 17, 2017 05:00 PM
Location:
Oakland, CA
Delivery Provider(s):
ASIAN & PACIFIC ISLANDER AMERICAN HEALTH FORUM (CAT B)
Coordinator Information
Name:
Alexandra Johnson
Phone:
301-960-2952
E-mail:
 
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