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Network hosting June 8th Webinar on HIV and Tobacco. Register today!


The Network, in conjunction with the National Youth Advocacy Coalition, will be hosting an interactive webinar on tobacco and HIV this Tuesday June 8th from 2pm-330pm EST. Please join host Shannon Murphy for a dialogue on the effects of tobacco on individuals living with HIV/AIDS and the importance of cessation within this population. There will also be ample time allotted to share stories, network, and collaborate on the call. You can register for the webinar here.

Our Sharing Our Lessons on HIV and Tobacco Cessation

Speakers:

  • Danielle Grospitch is a certified tobacco treatment specialist for Tobacco-Free Lake County Illinois. She recently presented at the Promising Practices: Acheiving Health and Social Equity in Tobacco Control conference in New Orleans on tobacco use in HIV populations. She will sharing her knowledge on how tobacco use affects treatment and disease progression for the  50%-70% of HIV-positive individuals who use tobacco.
  • Featured in our most recent issue of Sharing Our Lessons, Barbara Warren Psy. D., CASAC, CPP will be discussing her involvement in the groundbreaking cessation program for people living with HIV/AIDS established at the LGBT Center of New York City.

You can register here and we look forward to your participation!

2 thoughts on “Network hosting June 8th Webinar on HIV and Tobacco. Register today!

  1. It’s okay! This was just a preliminary discussion to get the ball rolling and will sure not be the last. Keep checking back here for updates on other discussions on HIV and tobacco we will be holding, or follow us on twitter @lgbttobacco.

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