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11th International Conference on HIV Treatment and Prevention Adherence

Adherence 2016 is sponsored by the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC). The conference's Co-Chairs are K. Rivet Amico, PhD (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA) and Michael J. Mugavero, MD, MHSc (University of Alabama at Birmingham, AL, USA).

Conference presentations will be uploaded here as the conference progresses. The conference organizers request that any use of these presentations should include citations to both their presenting authors and relevant conference information (e.g., 11th International Conference on HIV Treatment and Prevention Adherence, May 9-11, 2016, Fort Lauderdale).

DISCLOSURE
Adherence 2016 is made possible through educational grants from Gilead Sciences and Merck & Co., as well as sponsorship support from ViiV Healthcare.

 

MONDAY, May 9, 2016

PRE-CONFERENCE BREAKFAST SESSION: Continuity of Care: Tracking Patients across Health Plans and Clinical Settings
Michael Horberg, MD, MAS

PLENARY SESSION: US National HIV/AIDS Strategy: Contending with Disparities, Reaching for Ambitious Targets
Amy Lansky, PhD, MPH
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KEYNOTE ADDRESS: PEPFAR 3.0: Progress in and Outcomes of Data-Driven Reorientation of HIV Services
Ambassador Deborah L. Birx, MD
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PLENARY SESSION: Data 4 Care: Using Clinical and CQI Data for HIV Care Continuum Monitoring and Intervention
Bruce Agins, MD, MPH
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THEMATIC ORAL ABSTRACT SESSIONS

SESSION 1 - PrEP: Prescribing and Adherence Support

200 – Adverse Implications of Heterosexism for PrEP Clinical Decision-Making and Considerations Regarding Provider Education
Sarah Calabrese presenting

84 – Associations with PrEP Prescribing and Adherence to Clinical Guidelines Among New York City Providers, 2015- 2016
Paul Salcuni presenting

140 – HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Continuum of Care in Patients Presenting to an Urban STD Clinic
Grace Marx presenting

130 – The Important Role of the PrEP Specialist in a Multidisciplinary Team Approach to PrEP at a Community Health Center
Sally Holt presenting

 

SESSION 2 - Social and Structural Determinants Across the “Adherence” Spectrum

90 – Adherence to PrEP among HIV-Negative Women Attempting Conception with HIV-Positive Male Partners in the US
Erika Aaron presenting

155 – Socio-Structural and Psychosocial Factors Associated with Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence by Gender in British Columbia, Canada
Cathy Puskas presenting

29 – Factors Associated with Medical Care Engagement, ART Adherence, and Viral Suppression among Persons Living with HIV Infection (PLH) in St. Petersburg, Russia
Jeffrey Kelly presenting

19 – Age Differences in Viral Suppression, ART Use, and Adherence among HIV-Positive MSM Receiving Medical Care in the United States, Medical Monitoring Project, 2009-2013
Nicholas DeGroote presenting

 

SESSION 3 - Structural Programs to Promote Adherence to Care and ART

146 – Improved Adherence to Care and Treatment for People Living with HIV and Participating in a Comprehensive Nutrition Food Support Program in the San Francisco Bay Area: A Longitudinal Qualitative Study
Lee Lemus Hufstedler presenting

25 – PLWHA Who Delay, Decline, or Discontinue ART: A Mixed Methods Study to Understand the Mechanisms of Action of a New Efficacious Intervention to Increase ART Initiation
Marya Gwadz presenting

24 – Stable Housing Placement and Viral Suppression after Rapid Rehousing for Homeless Persons with HIV: Data for Action from the Enhanced Housing Placement Assistance (EHPA) Randomized Controlled Trial in New York City
Ellen Wiewel presenting

 

PANEL DISCUSSION – Actioning the Data: Multisectoral Perspectives on CQI Data Utility in HIV Medicine
Moderator: Michael J. Mugavero, MD, MHSc Presentation
Panelists: Bruce Agins, MD, MPH Presentation
Josef Amann, MD, MPH
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PANEL DISCUSSION – Fast-Track Cities: Using Data to Optimize Local HIV Care and Prevention Continua
Moderator: Sindhu Ravishankar, MPhil
Panelists: Reuben Granich, MD, MPH
Albert Liu, MD, MPH Presentation
Sarah Rowan, MD Presentation
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THEMATIC ORAL ABSTRACT SESSIONS

SESSION 4 - PrEP Perceptions: Access, Uptake, and (Dis)use

66 – Changing Attitudes to PrEP Among Sexually Risky Men who have Sex with Men
Conall O’Cleirigh presenting

118 – Why I Quit: A Mixed Methods Examination of the Reasons Gay and Bisexual Men Give for Stopping a PrEP Regimen
Thomas Whitfield presenting

101 – Healthcare Access and PrEP Continuation in San Francisco and Miami Following the US PrEP Demo Project
Yuri Amirkhanian presenting

44 – “I am Happy to Take PrEP so that She Does Not Feel Alone”: Integrated Delivery of PrEP and ART Facilitates ART Initiation and Adherence
Emily Pisarski presenting

 

SESSION 5 - Leveraging Technology to Promote ART Adherence and Treatment Success

32 – An iPhone App/Game Improves ART Adherence and Increases Condom Use
Laura Whiteley presenting

95 – Utilizing Real-Time Adherence Monitoring Devices Among HIV-Positive Pregnant and Postpartum Women: Challenges Encountered in the Uganda WiseMama Study
Mary Bachman Desilva presenting

56 – Real-Time Adherence Monitoring with Follow-up Improves Adherence Compared to Electronic Monitoring Alone: A Quasi-Experimental Analysis
Jessica Haberer presenting

163 – A Telemedicine-Delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adherence and Depression (CBT-AD) in HIV-Infected women in the Deep South
Mirjam-Colette Kempf presenting

 

SESSION 6 - Linkage to Care Across Contexts and Cultures

160 – Improvements in HIV-Related Outcomes Among Homeless HIV Patients Using an Intensive Trauma-Informed-Care-Based Intervention
Thomas Giordano presenting

92 – Costs and Consequences of HIV Linkage-to-Care Strategies Implemented in Urban and Rural South African Settings
Kristen Little presenting

151 – Identifying MSM and Transgender Women who Have Poor Linkage to HIV Care in Lima, Peru
Angela Primbas presenting

168 – Higher Levels of Internalized HIV Stigma at Clinic Intake Paradoxically Predict More Successful Linkage to Primary Care
Katerina Christopoulos presenting

 

TUESDAY, May 10, 2016

PRE-CONFERENCE BREAKFAST SESSION: Setting Up a PrEP Clinic: The ABCs of Integrating PrEP into Clinical and other Settings
Alex Gonzalez, MD

GARY S. REITER, MD, AND ANDREW KAPLAN, MD, MEMORIAL LECTURE: Ending AIDS: Considering the Human Element
Robert Remien, PhD
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PLENARY SESSION: New Directions in HIV Treatment: Implications for Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence
Benjamin Young, MD, PhD
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PANEL DISCUSSION: Put Us in the Driver’s Seat: Community Perspectives on User-Driven HIV Care
Moderator: Moisés Agosto-Rosario
Panelists: Darius Massie
LaTrischa MilesPresentation
Joey Wynn
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THEMATIC ORAL ABSTRACT SESSIONS

SESSION 7 - Making the Strategy a Reality: PrEP in the USA

104 – PrEP Uptake Among Cisgender Women at an Urban, Community-Based STI Clinic
Oni Blackstock presenting

211 – Uptake of Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) in Young Men Who Have Sex with Men is Associated with Race, Sexual Risk Behavior and Network Size
Lisa Kuhns presenting

161 – Enhancing PrEP Access for Black and Latino Men Who Have Sex with Men
Corina Lelutiu-Weinberger presenting

128 – Expanding PrEP Implementation as a Key Initiative of the Getting to Zero (GTZ) Consortium in San Francisco
Albert Liu presenting

 

SESSION 8 - Adherence Approaches and Interventions

18 – A Randomized Controlled Trial of Rise, a Culturally Tailored Behavioral Adherence Intervention for African Americans Living with HIV
Laura Bogart presenting

117 – Testing the Health Care Empowerment Model Among Persons Living with HIV for Medication Adherence
Jacob van den Berg presenting

100 – “We’re Not Just HIV Infection“: Promoting Antiretroviral Adherence Among HIV-Positive Women through a Group Clinical Visit Intervention
Oni Blackstock presenting

173 – Survival Needs and ART Adherence among Young HIV-Infected MSM of Color in Oakland
Janet Myers presenting

 

SESSION 9 - Care Coordination and Navigation Across the Care Continuum

48 – A Comparison Group Analysis Aimed at Assessing HIV Care Coordination Program Effectiveness
Denis Nash presenting

86 – The Impact of Patient Navigation Services for HIV-Positive Individuals on Retention in HIV Care and Viral Suppression in Virginia
Lauren Yerkes presenting

88 – Integrating the ONE CALL Statewide HIV CALL Center: An Innovative Approach to Linkage and Re-engagement for HIV Care
Tyffany Evans Coleman presenting

61 – Medication Adherence Self-Efficacy mediates the impact of Patient Navigation + Contingency Management on HIV Viral Suppression
Daniel Feaster presenting

 

SESSION 10 - PrEP Monitoring and Tracking at the Individual and Population Level

78 – Prevention-Effective Adherence per Short Message Service (SMS) Surveys within a Demonstration Project of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) among HIV Serodiscordant Couples in East Africa
Jessica Haberer presenting

22 – Prospective Use of Urine Tenofovir Assay to Monitor Adherence to PrEP
Helen Koenig presenting

54 – Short Message Service (SMS) Surveys Assessing Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Adherence and Sexual Behavior are Highly Acceptable among HIV-Uninfected Members of Serodiscordant Couples in East Africa
Timothy Muwonge presenting

71 – Adapting National Estimates of Populations at Risk for HIV to Calculate the Number of Persons with Indications for PrEP at the State Level
Jennifer Donnelly presenting

 

SESSION 11 - New Insights in ART Adherence Monitoring in Vulnerable Populations

62 – Pharmacy Refill Data are Poor Predictors of Virologic Treatment Failure in Adolescents
Elizabeth Lowenthal presenting

73 – A Self-Reported Adherence Measure to Screen for Elevated HIV Viral Load in Pregnant and Postpartum Women on Antiretroviral Therapy
Tamsin Phillips presenting

79 – Use of Unannounced Telephone Pill Counts to Measure Medication Adherence among Perinatally HIV-infected Young Adults
Jeannette Raymond presenting

137 – >Daily Text Message Responses as Compared to Retrospective Self Report of Antiretroviral Adherence among HIV-Infected Methamphetamine Users
David Moore presenting

 

SESSION 12 - Healthcare System and Theory-Informed “Adherence”

16 – Increasing Antiretroviral Therapy Initiation Among Those Who Have Delayed, Declined, or Discontinued Medication: Applying Critical Race Theory to Understand Barriers and Inform Intervention Strategies
Marya Gwadz presenting

67 – Atmosphere of Risk or Family-Like Support?: Alternative Patient Experiences of Decentralized Care in North Central Nigeria
Grace Kolawole presenting

207 – HIV-Related Stigma in Healthcare Settings and Health Outcomes among People Living with HIV
Bulent Turan presenting

125 – The MAX Clinic: A Structural Healthcare Systems Intervention Designed to Engage the Hardest-to-Reach Persons Living with HIV/AIDS
Julia Dombrowski presenting

 

PLENARY SESSION: Paradigm Shift(ing): When Treatment is Prevention, What Then Do We Mean by Prevention?
Jeremiah Johnson
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PLENARY SESSION: PrEP 2016: What Will It Take to Generate Demand, Increase Access, and Accelerate Uptake?
Kenneth Mayer, MD
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PANEL DISCUSSION: Sex-Positive Dialogue and Comprehensive HIV Prevention: A Packaged Deal
Moderator: K. Rivet Amico, PhD
Panelists: Maureen Connolly, MD
Dázon Dixon Diallo, MPH, DHL
Kenneth Ngure, PhD, MSc
Robert Remien, PhD
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WEDNESDAY, May 11, 2016

PRE-CONFERENCE BREAKFAST SESSION: Enhancing Retention in HIV Care: A State-of-the-Art Intervention
George Butchko

MARIO S. COOPER MEMORIAL COLLOQUIUM: The Quest for Dignity, Equity, and Rights for HIV-Affected Communities
Phill Wilson; Anna Zakowicz, MI, MPH
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PLENARY SESSION: HIV Criminalization: Progress, Challenges, and Perils along a Slippery Slope
Catherine Hanssens, JD
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PLENARY SESSION: HIV-Related Discrimination and Stigma: How Do We Get to Zero?
Jason Sigurdson, MPA, LLB
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THREE TOP-RATED ORAL ABSTRACTS

2 – Increases in ART Use and Viral Suppression among HIV-Infected Young Adults in the United States, 2009-2013
Linda Beer presenting

80 – Prevention-Effective Adherence in a Demonstration Project of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) among HIV Serodiscordant Couples in East Africa
Jessica Haberer presenting

99 – A Randomized Controlled Trial of an Intervention to Maintain Suppression of HIV Viremia Following Prison Release through Linkage to Community Care: The imPACT Trial
David Wohl presenting
 
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THEMATIC ORAL ABSTRACT SESSIONS

SESSION 13 - Treatment Adherence and Epidemiology

141 – A 5-item HIV-Affect Management Scale (H-AMS): Evaluating a Novel Theory-Based Construct Situated to HIV Treatment Adherence Contexts
Laramie Smith presenting

15 – Retention in Care Services among HIV Primary Care Providers in the United States – National HIV Provider Survey, 2013-2014
Jason Craw presenting

159 – High Mortality and Low Rates of Long Term Engagement in Care Following Delivery Among HIV infected Women in Mississippi
Aadia Rana presenting

11 – Inpatient Hospitalizations among People with HIV/AIDS in New York City, 2013
Rachael Lazar presenting

 

SESSION 14 - Initiation, Persistence, and Adherence at a US Population Level

50 – Would HIV-Positive MSM Use a Home Viral Load Test?
Sabina Hirshfield presenting

103 – Implementation of Antiretroviral Therapy Improved between 2001 and 2010 in the US: Population Level Data from the Medicaid Beneficiaries in the 13 States with the Greatest HIV Prevalence
Bora Youn presenting

105 – Persistence with Antiretroviral Therapy Improved between 2001 and 2010 in the US: Population Level Data from the Medicaid Beneficiaries in the 13 States with the Greatest HIV Prevalence
Bora Youn presentin

208 – Nonadherence and Unsuppressed Viral Load across Stages of Adolescent Development in US Youth with Perinatally Acquired HIV in the Pediatric HIV/AIDS Cohort Study: A Longitudinal Analysis
Deborah Kacanek presenting

 

SESSION 15 - Correlates and Predictors of Retention in Care

136 – Cars, Chaos and Grief: Women of Color Report Reasons for Missed HIV Care Visits
Anna Finestone Leviere presenting

204 – The Effect of Depression on Missed HIV Medical Visits among Patients in the CFAR Network of Integrated Systems (CNICS) Cohort in the United States
Brian Pence presenting

201 – Who Will Show? Predicting Missed Visits in the CFAR Network of Integrated Systems (CNICS) Cohort of Patients in HIV Care in the United States
Brian Pence presenting

177 – Predictors of Retention in HIV Care and HIV Viral Load Suppression One Year after Being Hospitalized while Out of HIV Care
Thomas Giordano presenting

 

LATE-BREAKER ABSTRACTS

SESSION 1 - Prevention and Treatment Continuum Potpourri

169 – PrEP and Sexual Health Services for Young Urban Men who have Sex with Men
Kimberly Koester presenting

158 – Testing and Linkage to Care for People Who Injects Drugs (PWID) in Kenya: Challenges and Successes
John Lizcano presenting

77 – Seek, Test, Treat, and Retain (STTR) for People Who Inject Drugs (PWID) in Kenya: An Update of this Stepped Wedge Study
John Lizcano presenting

156 – Substance Use and the HIV Care Cascade: Findings from an HIV Community-Based Test and Treat Initiative
Laramie Smith presenting

 

SESSION 2 - Perceptions and Daily Experiences with ART

3 – Participants’ Perceived Barriers to Adherence vs Empirically Based Barriers to Adherence: Do they Agree?
John Sauceda presenting

5 – Participants’ Perceived Barriers to Adherence vs Empirically Based Barriers to Adherence: Do they Differ by Age and Race and Ethnicity?
John Sauceda presenting

89 – The Critical Influence of Daily Experiences of Internalized HIV Stigma on Medication Non-Adherence for HIVPositive Gay and Bisexual Men
H. Jonathon Rendina presenting

 

SESSION 3 - Data to Care (D2C): “Real-World” Lessons Learned

127 – Lessons Learned in the Provision of Technical Assistance to Health Departments on Using HIV Surveillance Data to Improve the HIV Care Continuum
Kathleen Ruth presenting

190 – New York City’s Efforts to Make Data to Care More Efficient: Lessons for Other Jurisdictions
Shakara Brown presenting

180 – Identifying Out-of-Care Key Populations in Tijuana, Mexico: A Comparison of Data-to-Care and More Traditional Methods
Laramie Smith presenting

 

PLENARY SESSION: The Devil’s in the Details: What Do We Mean by Ending AIDS as a Public Health Threat?
Julio Montaner, MD
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PANEL DISCUSSION: Through a Wide Angle Lens: Perspectives on Ending AIDS as a Public Health Threat
Moderator: K. Rivet Amico, PhD
Panelists: Ambassador Deborah L. Birx, MD
Julio Montaner, MD
José M. Zuniga, PhD, MPH
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RAPPORTEUR SESSION – Highlights from Adherence 2016
Michael J. Stirratt, PhD
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