• their providers when they have problems with complex therapies for themselves or their babies. They need to be supported in the difficult process of caring for themselves and their children.
  • Funding: Finally, noting the importance of access to high quality, specialty care, Ms. Denison stressed the need for sustained and increased funding for comprehensive perinatal HIV/AIDS services such as those provided by BAPAC in San Francisco.

Reference

Byers Jr. RH, Caldwell MB, Davis S, Gwinn M, Lindegren ML. Projection of AIDS and HIV incidence among children born infected with HIV. Stat Med 17:169–181, 1998.

Workshop II Agenda

Washington, D.C.

April 1, 1998

8:30–8:45 a.m.

Welcome and introductions

8:45–10:15

Impact of the Public Health Service voluntary testing recommendations: Results from CDC's surveillance and enhanced surveillance systems

 

Pascale Wortley

 

Martha Rogers

 

Mary Lou Lindegren

 

R.J. Simonds

10:15–10:30

Break

10:30–11:30

Results from CDC's surveillance and enhanced surveillance systems, (continued)

11:30–12:30 p.m.

Impact of the Public Health Service voluntary testing recommendations: Results from HRSA data systems

 

Michael Kaiser

 

Karen Hench

 

Moses Pounds

 

Lori DeLorenzo

 

Amelia Birney



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