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Happenings you shouldn't miss in the weeks ahead.

Free Flu Shot Event


Highlighted in “The Spill”-​   A Needs Assessment Survey for those Living With or At-Risk for HIV

Participants are eligible to receive a $20 gift card, delivered directly via courier service. Feedback will be used to improve health and social services.  Survey is administered remotely and responses are anonymous. To schedule an appointment, call (443) 915-4848 or e-mail [email protected]

This Week in HIV Research: To Sleep, Perchance to Dream

Despite the growing amount of attention the HIV clinical care world has paid in recent years to the inextricable ties between mental health and physical health outcomes, we’ve still got a long ways to go when it comes to understanding the cause and effect of mental health issues in HIV.

Founded in 2002, TheBodyPro exists to inform and support the HIV workforce -- the vast constellation of people working on the front lines of HIV education, prevention, care, and services. Whether you're a physician or a case manager; a registered nurse or a licensed social worker; a medical technician or a therapist; they're here to provide you with up-to-date information, valuable perspectives, and authentic professional voices.

Today we’ll examine new data on:

Higher rates of insomnia among people living with HIV (PLWH)—but with very low treatment rates.

Trends in multimorbidity diagnosis among aging PLWH.

The (super-low) frequency of viral load control loss in the modern HIV treatment era.

The relative appeal of different methods of HIV self-test dissemination throughout the world.



NIH Experts Call for Accelerated Research to Address Concurrent HIV and COVID-19 Pandemics

The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting people with or at risk for HIV both indirectly, by interfering with HIV treatment and prevention services, and directly, by threatening individual health. An effective response to these dual pandemics requires unprecedented collaboration to accelerate basic and clinical research, as well as implementation science to expeditiously introduce evidence-based strategies into real-world settings. This message comes from a review article co-authored by Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health, and colleagues published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases.


From HIVR4P 2021, Welcome Results From 2 Trials of Long-Acting PrEP

Check out this week's literature:

Clinical trial data show that daily oral tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF)–based pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) safely protects against HIV infection across diverse exposures, sexes, and gender identities. However, maintaining adherence is one of the greatest challenges to effective PrEP implementation—a challenge that may be overcome through use of long-acting (LA) PrEP. Here, I share my thoughts on important new data on 2 promising LA PrEP agents, islatravir and cabotegravir, presented at the 4th HIV Research for Prevention Conference (HIVR4P // Virtual). 



Recent Previous Events


 March 29th


Nov 9

National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2022

PrEP-ing Native Communities for Ending the Epidemic


March  30th


Jan 25th


Creating a Disability-Friendly Community:

The Maryland Center for Developmental Disabilities at Kennedy Krieger Institute, in collaboration with

The Parents' Place of Maryland hosts this virtual "Lunch & Learn" Series for Parents and Caregivers of

Children and Young Adults with Disabilities


March  30th


Nov 9

What Do New COVID-19 Strains Mean for Infection Control

Hosted by Project Firstline is a FREE infection control training program delivered by the Maryland

Department of Health and the CDC


March 31st


Nov 9

FBI Baltimore Field Office Faith-Based Awareness Briefing

Registration is open now through 5:00 p.m., March 25, 2022 To register complete the online


For more information [email protected] and [email protected]


March 30th


Nov 9

Peer Learning Session: Situational Analysis: Pulling it All Together

Hosted by the Integrated HIV/AIDS Planning Technical Assistance Center (IHAP TAC)


For more information go to


March 31st


Nov 9

Insights from the Pandemic: Advancing Collective Knowledge on Latinx Students' Mental Health

MHTTC virtual meeting

Join via Zoom

Meeting ID: 827 2520 6632 / Passcode: 792235

Dial by your location +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)


March 31st


Nov 9

Empower Young People As A Trusted Adult

Hosted by the HE Team for Baltimore City Health Department

REGISTER HERE: or paste link in browser


March 25th

11am- 12pm

Nov 9

Maryland Coalition on HIV and Aging

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

Password: 492071

Or iPhone one-tap (US Toll): +13017158592,96379856090# or +13126266799,96379856090#

Or Telephone 888 475 4499 (US Toll Free) Meeting ID: 963 7985 6090


March 25th


Nov 9

JHU – Medicine for the Greater Good Community Call

Meeting ID: 971 5570 3946 Passcode: 907739

You may also call-in: 301.715.8592

For more information contact; Kimberly Monson, Community Program Coordinator

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, 410.550.1118 / [email protected]

Please submit any questions you may have to [email protected]