Session 2—Facilitators and Barriers to HIV Testing: Corrections Settings

Moderator: Susan Cu-Uvin, M.D.


HIV Testing in Jails and Prisons: The Time Is Now

Timothy Flanigan, M.D., Brown University (15 min)


Logistical and Policy Barriers to HIV Testing Presented by Correctional Policies and Practices

Nina Harawa, Ph.D., M.P.H., Charles Drew University (15 min)


The District of Columbia Department of Corrections’

Automatic HIV Testing and Counseling Program

Devon Brown, District of Columbia Department of

Corrections (15 min)


Discussion and Q & A (30 min)


Session 3—State Health Department Perspectives on Facilitators and Barriers to HIV Testing

Moderator: Beth Scalco, M.S.W., M.P.A.


Health Departments and HIV Screening

Natalie Cramer, M.S.S.W.

National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (15 min)


Practical Considerations of Expanded HIV Testing and Screening: A State-Level View

Kevin Cranston, M.Div.

HIV/AIDS Bureau, Massachusetts Department of Public

Health (15 min)


Discussion and Q & A (20 min)


Summary of Morning Sessions

Paul Cleary, Ph.D., Yale University (Committee Chair)



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