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Regional Trainings 2001

April 2001

NMAC Brings the Latest in AIDS Training to Your Neighborhood

NMAC Regional Trainings 2001, scheduled in eight cities across the nation, will provide a unique opportunity for you and your staff to participate in a four-day comprehensive training experience that is essential for both the novice and experienced AIDS provider. The Regionals will be made up of a wide variety of training opportunities. Designed to meet your busy schedule, you can attend for one day or come for all four days, it's up to you. We hope you will join us!

Hot Topics, Skilled Trainers, and Great Networking Opportunities

Join colleagues in your region and take advantage of the wide variety of training opportunities available. Topics to be addressed include:

Like all NMAC trainings and resources, Regionals are specifically designed with the needs of minority CBOs in mind. These meetings are also great opportunities for networking on state and local levels. So do not miss out when NMAC visits your city and sign-up today!

Registration and Subsidies

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We want to thank Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and the Office of AIDS Research at NIH (OAR) for supporting these trainings. We also want to thank Agouron and Ortho Biotech for providing the food for the training. We are working with several partners to make these trainings happen, we particularly want to thank PROCEED for their support of these regionals.

For More Information

Dates and locations for the trainings schedule for 2001. To be kept updated on the meeting schedule or for more information on the Regional visit the NMAC Website at: or contact:

Nikki Gross, NMAC Regional Conference Coordinator
Tel: 202-483-6622

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