Due to a printer error, some copies of the Spring 2003 issue of ACRIA Update were missing some pages and included duplicates of others.
If you received a misprinted copy of More Than the Virus: OIs, Metabolic Complications & AIDS-Related Cancers, please call (212) 924-3934 extension 121 or email email@example.com and we'll gladly send you a replacement copy.
ACRIA Update is a free publication for people living with HIV and service providers. Bulk copies of the newsletter are available free to agencies that provide services to people living with HIV/AIDS. To be added to our mailing list, call us at (212) 924-3934 extension 121 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACRIA is collaborating with researchers from Indiana University on a study of issues facing those who work or volunteer for HIV organizations. If you work in an HIV prevention or HIV care program, we invite you to participate in this exciting study. The purpose of this study is to better understand the extent to which HIV service providers may benefit from HIV prevention programs or programs designed to assist them in other areas of their job.
Participation is completely anonymous and voluntary. Completion of the survey will occur via the internet and will take approximately 20 minutes. If you want to participate, click here.
December 11-14 in Phoenix, Arizona
Registration & Scholarship Information
Again this year, ACRIA is a co-sponsor of the North American AIDS Treatment Action Forum (NATAF), which takes place December 11-14 in Phoenix, Arizona.
The conference, sponsored by the National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC), provides treatment advocates, activists, educators and people living with HIV the opportunity to broaden their knowledge of HIV treatment issues, build advocacy skills, and develop strategies to advocate for people living with HIV/AIDS within their communities, nationally and internationally. A limited number of scholarships to NATAF 2003 are available.
To register for the conference, apply for a scholarship, or for more information, visit the NMAC website (www.nmac.org) or call ACRIA at (212) 924-3934 extension 121 and we'll send you a brochure.
This article was provided by AIDS Community Research Initiative of America. It is a part of the publication ACRIA Update. Visit ACRIA's website to find out more about their activities, publications and services.