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July 12, 2007

SFAF Podcast #12 - Experts discuss serosorting as a possible prevention strategy at SFAF HIVision forum.

In this episode, we've excerpted a ten-minute conversation on serosorting from our recent forum, Exploring What's Positive in Gay Men's Health. This was the first of three HIVision fora the AIDS Foundation will convene this year bringing research and evidence to bear on timely policy and program issues, providing a safe venue to engage community discussion on potentially controversial topics.

For more information, including an audio recording of the recent forum which will be available after July 17th, visit http://www.sfaf.org/hivision/.

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Forum participants:

Rafael M. Diaz, PhD, MSW
Professor of Ethnic Studies & Director of the César E. Chávez Institute
San Francisco State University

Steve Gibson, MSW
Director, Magnet
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Ron Stall, PhD, MPH
Assistant Dean & Professor of Behavioral & Health Sciences
Graduate School of Public Health
University of Pittsburgh

Steven Tierney, EdD
Deputy Executive Director
Programs & Services
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

John K. Williams, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences
University of California, Los Angeles

Moderated by Judy Auerbach, PhD
Deputy Executive Director for Science & Public Policy
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

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