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Hosted by ICAP at Columbia University, the Democratic Nursing Organization of South Africa (DENOSA), the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC), the International Council of Nurses (ICN), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and supported by Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson and CDC, at this 2-day meeting, nurses from around the world will convene to celebrate the contribution of nurses and midwives in combating the HIV epidemic. There will be robust discussion on current trends, best practices, issues, and challenges in HIV nursing and midwifery, including topics related to workforce development, regulation, policy, education, and quality of care. Particular attention will be given to developing a priority agenda for HIV nursing workforce strengthening as we aim to achieve UNAIDS 90/90/90 targets. Please contact nursingHIV2016@gmail.com for more information.

08:00
Check In
09:00
Welcome to NursingHIV 2016
09:20
Opening Remarks
Geoffrey Setswe, Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa
09:35
Opening Address: Achieving Epidemic Control - What Will It Take?
Stephen Lewis, AIDS-Free World, Canada
10:05
Keynote Address: Leading the Way to Epidemic Control
10:35
Official Opening of Conference: Lamp Lighting
10:45
Choir
11:00
Tea Break
11:45
Building Partnerships in HIV Nursing Education and Scholarship: The Global Nurse Capacity Building Partnership

Panel Discussion: Achieving Excellence in Nursing Education and Scholarship

Susan Michaels-Strasser, ICAP at Columbia University, United States
Bill Holzemer, Rutgers University, School of Nursing, United States
12:45
Lunch
14:00
Nurses Lead the Way to Test and Start: Option B+ Experiences from Malawi
Tulipoka Soko, CNO Malawi, Malawi
14:15
Achieving Excellence in HIV Nursing Practice: Lessons from the Africa Health Profession Regulatory Collaborative for Nurses and Midwives
14:30
Nurses Lead the way to 90-90-90: Panel Discussion Panel Brief: Discussion on Front Line Health Care Workers and Their Supporters Who are NursingHIV
Lynette Kosgei, Ministry of Health, Kenya
16:00
Working Tea
16:15
Concurrent Breakout Sessions

1. Preservice Education
2. HIV Nursing Workforce Strengthening to Enable Test and Start
3. Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and Practice Along the HIV Care Cascade
4. Differentiated Models of Care for KP, PP and Those Most at Risk of Morbidity
5. Policy, Leadership and Governance

Flavia Moetsana-Poka, Registrar, Lesotho Nursing Council, Lesotho
Agnes Waudo, ARC Secretariat, Kenya
17:15
Session Report Back
18:00
(DENOSA/ICAP/ANAC/ICN Facilitators)
18:25
Sunday July 17, 2016
Location: Garden Court Marine Parade (167 Marine Parade, Durban 4001, South Africa)

13:00-17:00
Presentation of priority agenda for HIV nursing workforce strengthening in areas of education, training policy & practice, leadership & governance
Call to Action

17:00-19:00
Nurses Welcome Reception
Pre-registration for the reception is required:
www.nursesinaidscare.org/AIDS2016